Lean & Green Healthy Shrimp Fried Cauli Rice
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Fried rice is a favorite at our house, but with this Shrimp Fried Cauli Rice you get the full flavor without the added starch and carbs from regular rice. Top it off with shrimp and you have a lean and green meal that's easy to make almost any night of the week!
Benefits of Shrimp in your Diet
Shrimp is an excellent source of protein, selenium, vitamin B12 and iodine. These nutrients are essential for good health and play a role in everything from tissue growth to energy production. Shrimp is also low in calories and fat compared to other seafood like salmon or tuna, making it an ideal meal option if you're watching your weight or trying to lose some pounds. If you're looking for ways to add more shrimp into your diet without breaking the bank on fancy dinners out at trendy restaurants—or even just getting bored with your usual order of chicken fingers—then look no further than these seven reasons why it's time we all started adding some shellfish into our lives!
Shrimp is low in fat and calories.
Shrimp is low in fat and calories, providing just 90 calories per 4-ounce serving. This makes it a great choice for people who are watching their weight or who want to add more protein to their diets.
About Chris Sloan
My name is Chris Sloan and I, like so many others, struggled with my weight for years, not realizing the toll being overweight was taking on my body. At the beginning of 2021, I began to take my weight loss efforts seriously and have lost 75 lbs so far on the plan. It's been amazing, and while my journey isn't over, I'm well on my way!
When I started, I had a hard time finding the top 5 and 1 recipes, so I was so inspired to build this website to help compile some of what I felt are the best recipes around. I'm happy to share it with you as well!
For those new to the plan, weighing your food is an integral part of the program; it's one of the critical elements. If you want to be successful, you need to ensure that each meal has been weighed according to the guidelines. And we're not talking about "close enough." We mean EXACTLY those amounts! So forget about using a measuring cup or even eyeballing it—you need a food scale!
We've worked hard to make sure that all recipes listed are approved for the plan.
The recipes on this site are intended for those on plan; however, they can easily be adapted to a low-carb or keto lifestyle. If you are following a ketogenic or low-calorie diet, you can enjoy many recipes found here to help keep you on track for your weight loss efforts.
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Helpful Cooking Utensils
- 2 tbsp Canola Oil
- 2 large Eggs Beaten
- 4 large Egg Whites Beaten
- 1/4 tsp Black Pepper
- 1/4 tsp Salt (optional)*
- 2 small Garlic Cloves Minced
- 2 stalk Scallions Minced
- 11/2 lbs Raw Shrimp
- 1 cup Green Bell Peppers Diced
- 1 cup Green Beans Chopped
- 4 cup Frozen Riced Cauliflower
- 2 tbsp Reduced Sodium Soy Sauce
- In a wok or non-stick skillet, heat 1 tablespoon of Canola oil on medium high. Pour in egg and scramble. Season with Salt(optional) and Pepper, remove from heat, and set aside.
- Remove wok or non-stick skillet to stove-top and heat remaining 1 tablespoon of Canola oil. Add garlic and scallions and cook until aromatic, about 1 to 2 minutes.
- Add shrimp(raw shrimp,peeled and deveined) and cook about 2 minutes.
- Add bell pepper and green beans, and cook one minute.
- Add cauliflower and soy sauce, toss well.
- Once shrimp and vegetables are cooked, fold in scrambled eggs. Divide into 4 equal portions, and serve.