Let me introduce you to one of my dearest friends, Martha Avila. She and I have been friends for almost two decades. Her friendship is one of many I highly treasure.
Martha has been part of Fittoserve since its inception, in fact she even help come up with our name. If you have been blessed with our blog, you have Martha to thank. She gave me the push, ok maybe it was more like a shove, to write the blog. Had she not the blog would not exist today, I am fairly certain. So grateful for her constant encouragement to follow my dreams.
I love how God places people in our lives to help us grow. Martha has a beautiful ministry helping women who may be facing a crisis pregnancy. As president of Heartbeat of Miami her arms are always full serving our community. I know that we are connected so that I can help her stay strong and healthy for years to come, so she can finish the task God has entrusted her with. It’s my honor to assist her on her journey to wellness.
Today, she has shared her low carb fried “rice” substituting the rice for raw cauliflower. She is an amazing cook and I am pleased she took a moment out of her busy schedule to share a recipe with us.
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Low Carb Fried “Rice”
1 cauliflower head
8 ounces (1 cup) of shrimp
8 ounces (1 cup) of ham cut into 1 inch cubes
10 scallions finally chopped
6 sliced up mushrooms
1 zucchini chopped into small pieces
1 yellow squash chopped up small pieces
8 ounces (1 cup) bean sprouts
2 garlic cloves crushed
Black pepper to taste
¼ cup of Mongolian oil or oil of choice
Asian powder seasoning to taste ( simple Asian Seasonings)
¾ cup of soy sauce or to taste (note that the addition of salt is not needed due to the soy sauce)
In a very hot large skillet or wok place the Mongolian oil or oil of choice. Proceed to cook the ham, shrimp and set aside. Next add the diced vegetables, bean sprouts, scallions and garlic until well sautéed. Putting all cooked ingredients in a mixing bowl and setting aside. Scramble the three eggs and place in mixing bowl with the cooked ham, and vegetables. Then once all is cooked put all the ingredients back in the wok and add the raw cauliflower allowing it to steam lightly. Add the soy sauce until fully combined. Enjoy!