Chicken Fried “Rice”

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This is recipe I found originally from the 17 day diet book, however with just one slight modification it works great for my Paleo lifestyle! Even my kiddos enjoyed this delicious version of chicken fried “rice” with cauliflower rice, instead of traditional white rice.

 

Chicken Fried “Rice”

Ingredients

  • 2 boneless skinless chicken breasts
  • 1 head of cauliflower
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • 1/2 small bag of shredded coleslaw mix (I used rainbow slaw: broccoli, cauliflower and carrots)
  • minced garlic
  • coconut aminos (or Braggs)
  • organic low sodium chicken broth

Instructions

  1. Using a food processor (or cheese grater) grate the head of the cauliflower down to the size of rice.
  2. Cube and stir fry chicken breasts in 1 tbsp of olive oil. Set aside
  3. Scramble the eggs in pan spray. Set aside.
  4. Stir fry the coleslaw mix and garlic in 1 tbsp of olive oil, about 5 minutes on medium.
  5. Add another tbsp of olive oil and the grated cauliflower to the coleslaw mix. Stir fry another 5-7 minutes. Add a few tbsp's of chicken broth as you go. This will help steam the veggies.
  6. Add back the chicken and eggs. Add coconut aminos to taste.
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In 2010, Hanan went from talking about her parenting ups & downs on private forums to discussing them with literally everyone on the internet with her blog Eat.Craft.Parent - since then, she’s had the opportunity to talk about parenting, cooking, photography, marriage, crafts, faith, and so much more. She also shares her opinions on everyday products from food to baby gear, and everything in between. With four little girls all under seven, there is never a dull moment in their home. When she’s not blogging she’s chatting about parenting and life in general on Facebook and Twitter, or wasting way too much time on Pinterest.

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  1. Andrea Kruse says:

    Great idea! I do love cauliflower… and fried rice is one of my go-to meals.
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  2. That looks delicious! When I feel better, I need to start cooking some healthy yummy items!
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  3. Alicia says:

    That looks so yummy! I love chicken fried rice, though I seldom make it. I’m going to have to try this!
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  4. “Rice” is on my meal plan for next week. I can’t wait to try it!
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  5. Interesting! I should try this! Thanks for sharing!
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  6. Nichol says:

    Nice twist on fried rice. I need to start liking cauliflower, it is the one veggie I have never enjoyed.
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  7. danielle says:

    I love the cauliflower idea – Thanks for linking up to Friday Food Frenzy!
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  8. madam0wl says:

    Hi, I found this page after a google for 17 Day Diet recipes. Wow I made this tonight and it was super good! I’d tried cauliflower rice before and failed big, but this time I grated it with a cheese grater. For a little more flavor, I added in ground pepper, a little bit of ginger, and crushed red pepper. Also I shook a little soy sauce on the cooked cubed chicken before mixing it in. My husband loved it too. I’ve got the main 17 Day Diet book from the library and don’t see this recipe in there, I wonder if it is in their separate cookbook? Either way, thanks for sharing!
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