Recipe: Nigerian Twist on Cauliflower Rice – Fried ‘Rice’

My first Nigerian recipe, using cauliflower rice is here –> Cauliflower Jollof Rice. If you’re wondering why I’m posting these Nigerian style cauliflower rice recipes, read THIS post about the Fitter Food book (Buy it here: store.fitterlondon.co.uk/fitter-food-book-a-lifelong-recipe-for-success-price-includes-delivery-to-uk-only/).

This was just as easy to make as the Jollof ‘Rice’

Ingredients
Half a cauliflower
2 cups of mixed vegetables
4 sausages (Ideally I’d have used liver but I didn’t have any at home, same excuse from the previous recipe!)
1 tablespoon of coconut oil
1/2 an onion, diced (optional)
Seasoning (Curry, Mixed Herbs and Ginger)
Salt

1. Wash the cauliflower and remove the leaves and stalk.
2. Grate with a grater with large holes (this helps give it a better rice like texture).

3. Wash and steam the mixed vegetables (add some salt to taste). Dice the liver (sausages).
4. Heat the coconut oil in a pan. Add the diced meat and pan fry till it’s brown on the outside, and almost cooked on the inside.
5. Add the mixed vegetables and seasoning and stir fry for 1 minute.
6. Add the cauliflower and stir fry for 5 minutes.
7. It’s ready!
This can serve 1 person with a large appetite (*cough* ME) or 2 people with smaller appetites. Your choice :)
Have you tried any cauliflower rice recipes? Tell me!

6 thoughts on “Recipe: Nigerian Twist on Cauliflower Rice – Fried ‘Rice’

  1. Anonymous

    Hi adura I visit чυя blog everyday and I even go 2 чυя previous blogs n video.buh d problem is I ve no time ryt now buh hopin to start everything ☞ do in june.pls I nid support and encouragement.

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  2. Adura O.

    Hi!

    The next one should start at the end of June/early July. I’ll keep you updated. Send me an email so I can notify you when the date is confirmed.

    :)

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  3. DG

    Tried this tonight. My grater is absolutely fake so grating the cauliflower didn’t work. Had to settle for dicing it into smsll pieces with a knife, which only took a few minutes anyway. And the results were still amazing. Yum! Absolutely delicious and filling, and so quick and easy. If I can find a way to get cauliflower regularly (it’s like gold where I live), I will probably make this a staple. Thanks for the recipe, Adura.

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