Attempt to Clean Eating Day 3: Cauliflower Fried Rice and Chicken Teriyaki

Instead of brown rice, I used cauliflower as a substitute. First, grind the cauliflowers using a blender or a food processor.

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After a few pulses on your blender or food processor, you should have something that looks like this.

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Set that aside and continue with slicing your chicken into smaller pieces. Marinade in Teriyaki sauce, lemon, Flavor God Everything Seasoning (Low Salt), and a few drops of oyster sauce. Set aside and then start cooking your fried rice.

As always, start with sautΓ©ing garlic and onion in extra virgin olive oil. Add the cauliflowers. Season with Flavor God Everything Seasoning, black pepper, cayenne pepper, chili flakes, few drops of oyster sauce, and a few drops of sesame oil.

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Cook for 5 minutes then add mixed frozen veggies.

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Cook for another 5 minutes.

Now we’ll be adding eggs. Gather the fried cauliflower rice in one side of the pan.

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Pour the beat eggs on the other half and let cook for a minute or two.

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Start mixing the egg with the rice. Keep mixing for another minute or two. Your fried cauliflower rice is done. Pour all the contents of your pan into a plate or container.

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Using the same pan, sautΓ© garlic in extra virgin olive oil. Add your chicken marinade and let it simmer for 5-10 minutes in medium heat or until the chicken is starting to dry up. When it’s done, you’ll have something that looks like this.

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Now you can portion the rice and chicken into containers. I’ve had about just enough for four servings. Two for Hunny’s lunch and dinner.

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The rest were left at home for me and Mum to eat. Mum said that rice and chicken is nice. 😊

Jullius came home from work today telling me he really liked what I cooked. All smiles here! β˜ΊοΈπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜πŸ˜„

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