Curried Cauliflower Rice w Roasted Sweet Potato, Sautéed Kale & Pine Nuts

Cauliflower rice is something I make at least once a week. It is so easy and quick to make and you can create a variety of flavours with it as it is a great plain base so you can add whatever flavours you are feeling. This time I made a curried spiced version which was so so delicious and soothing for my digestive system. The spices are really warming and make you feel all happy and fuzzy inside ( what you always need after a long day!) I usually make this as a side and pair with some salmon or chicken but you can make this as a name and throw in some eggs, chickpeas or tofu into the pan and have dinner done all in one go! I usually use pre roasted sweet potato but if you don’t have time just add in some other veggies that you can cook in the pan e.g. broccoli, mushrooms etc . Let me know if you try it out and tag me so I can see! @scoopitup_ 

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Ingredients 

1 cup cauliflower rice ( can get it in the supermarket or make your own by coarsely blending cauliflower)

1 tbsp olive oil, 2 tbsp coconut aminos or tamari

1 cup kale

1/2 cup toasted pine nuts

1/2 cup roasted sweet potato

+ any other veggies of choice

Spices: salt, pepper, 1 tbsp cumin, 1 tbsp turmeric, 1 tbsp paprika + chilli if you like spice!

Method 

  1. Heat a large pan and toss pine nuts with a pinch of salt for a few minuets into golden then set aside
  2. In the same pan, add olive oil and cauliflower rice on medium heat and allow to sauté and warm. Add in your choice of vegetables and your choice of spices and combine well. Stir every few minutes allowing to warm and soften . Here you can add in some eggs, tofu or chickpeas if you like.
  3. After about 5 minutes or when you think its ready, add in your roasted pine nuts and combine.
  4. Serve immediately and enjoy warm! yumm

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