cauliflower rice with fresh herbs

cauliflower is a very healthy vegetable. it has different vitamins b, vitamin c and vitamin k, which is important for blood clotting. it has no carbohydrates and is fat-free.

for 4

1 mid seize cauliflower

1 red onion

2 garlic gloves

1 piece of ginger (3 x 1 cm)

1 tablespoon of black mustard seeds

100 gr. cashew nuts

1 bunch of coriander

1 bunch of parsley

1 bunch of chervil 

1 bunch of radish

some handful baby spinach leaves

little honey

the zest and the juice of a lime

a pinch of garam masala

himalayan salt

coconut oil

remove the leaves and the thick stalk of the cauliflower and grind it until it looks like rice. put enough coconut oil in a big frying pan and add the minced onion, garlic, the ginger and the mustard seeds into the pan. let it steam for a few minutes and flavour it with salt. increase the temperature and add the cauliflower rice until it has a soft brown colour. mix it and leave it in the pan for about 10 minutes. meanwhile, you roast the cashew nuts in another big frying pan, until they are a little brown. cut the radish, the coriander, the parsley and the chervil and mix it with the spinach leaves. as soon as the cashew nuts are done roasting, add a little honey and a pinch of garam masala. take the pan from the stove. serve the cauliflower rice on a nice plate, add the herbs and the cashew nuts and spread the lime zest and juice over it.


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