I was trying to figure out a good side dish for my dinner one day. Hmm, I did have a lot of anything to choose one veggie, but I did have many different things to put together. Then I decided that I just needed to make one of my dished that my hubby wouldn’t really like if he knew what is was, so I just didn’t tell him. 😉 I just called it stir fry and he was none the wiser. You see, he likes fried rice being made with rice and I just didn’t have the time to cook the brown rice.

So I made him Veggie Fries “Rice” made with my Riced Cauliflower. Shh, don’t tell him. I now do it all the time and he hasn’t figured it out. 🙂 This is such a delicious side dish. If you need to fool your family too, I won’t tell!

Veggie Fried 'Rice'

Veggie Fried “Rice” (Paleo/ Grain Free/ Gluten Free/ Vegan/ Soy Free)

4 cups riced cauliflower (if frozen, defrost and drain the water)

1 medium onion- diced (red or white)

1 medium carrot- peeled and diced

1/2 pepper- diced (your choice of colour)

2 scallions- sliced

1 clove of garlic- minced

2 Tbsp. olive oil- or desired oil

2 Tbsp. coconut aminos

1 Tbsp. sesame seeds- optional

sea salt and pepper to taste.

Put a medium size skillet or wok on medium high heat, add oil. Add all of you vegetables except scallions into your pan. Let cook, stirring frequently for approx 10 minutes. Add in aminos and scallions. Let cook 2 minutes and serve. Top with sesame seeds if desired. Makes four side servings.

Paleo Veggie Fried 'Rice'

Shared On: Real Food Round Up, Motivational Monday, Mostly Homemade Mondays, In and Out of the Kitchen Party, Tasty Tuesday, Gluten Free Tuesday, Fat Tuesday, The Southern Special, Waste Not Want Not, The Yuck Stops Here, Gluten Free Wednesdays, Allergy Free Wednesdays, Wellness Weekend, Gluten Free Fridays, Real food Fridays, Foodie Friends Friday, Healthy Vegan Friday

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12 comments on “Veggie Fried “Rice” (Paleo/ Grain Free/ Gluten Free/ Vegan/ Soy Free)”

  1. Thanks so much for sharing this at Healthy Vegan Fridays! I love the idea of using cauliflower to lighten this dish up. Sounds so good! This is going to be featured on the blog hop this Friday =)
    I have pinned and shared your recipe.

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