A f&$k ton of goodness

I worked that little bit harder in the gym today knowing I was coming home to this for lunch. Last nights leftovers of cauli rice.

I’ve gotten it down to a fine art, if you follow the steps exactly you’ll have a dish that everybody inhales. Adults, kids, babies.
Step one: pulse the cauliflower into “rice” in batches through the food processor. I always make this dish the night before cleaning day as it makes a shit ton of mess.

Step two: dry fry in a large pan over medium to high heat. You don’t need any oil you want to dry out the cauli. I add small dice carrots and capsicum you could use any vegetable, wombok is fantastic.

Step three: In a separate pan I fry sliced garlic and 500 grams of pork I mince myself. Once this is brown I drain any liquid and add to the cauli mix. This recipe is delicious without the meat I usually do it vegetarian for myself and leave the meat version for the kids/carnivores.

Step four: add a generous splash of both Kechap manis and dark soy. Sprinkle a half teaspoon of five spice powder and a dash of sesame oil. Fry it all until there isn’t a lot of liquid left and it’s all come together nicely. Throw in a f&$k load of chopped spring onions and briefly fry – about a minute.

Step five: I like to serve this with a side salad of diced red onion, cucumber and tomato – hulled and seeds removed it’s much prettier that way don’t you think? Throw over chopped coriander and chilli.

I promise that you will never bother with rice or even takeaway after eating this dish. And it’s perfect as leftovers.


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