Shrimp Fried Cauliflower 

I have lost 88lbs, I'm maintaining it and here is one of my favorite meals that helped me!

I love Chinese and Hibachi-style restaurants; however, usually they use a lot of oils and extra fat --- making them more calorie or energy-dense.

Though I still can eat them if I wanted, I wouldn't be able to eat the AMOUNT I wanted to eat and still lose weight so I decided to cook something up in the kitchen. 

I'm a person who eats with her eyes and her eyes LOVES to see a full plate. 

It's simple and delicious that's both low in calories and high in protein so it will help keep you full and satiated!
Nutrition Facts:

- 201 calories
- 11 carbs (7 net carbs)
- 33 g protein*F5BBA275-E7B7-43E5-B2A1-9D6DC68B14A5*jpeg?alt=media&token=cea14f9a-d300-41d8-81f6-cf5b3d40d314


150g riced cauliflower 
6oz of shrimp 
46g liquid egg
1 tbsp reduced sodium soy sauce
1 tbsp sesame oil
Nonstick spray (preferably 0 calories)
3 oz of water on standby
Seasonings to taste:
  • Garlic powder
  • Onion powder 
  • Salt
  • Pepper
Optional: frozen peas, carrots or vegetable assortment. 


First, pull out two skillets.

I like to cook my shrimp separately to make sure they are fully cooked. It usually takes the caulifower rice longer to cook so I cook that first. 

  1. Thaw, peel and clean shrimp if needed
  2. Heat skillet 1 to medium heat
  3. Spray skillet 1 with non-stick cooking spray
  4. Add riced cauliflower to skillet 1
  5. Season riced cauliflower with onion powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper
  6. Make sure you thoroughly mix the seasoning in the cauliflower
  7. Let it cook for about 3-5 minutes (or until it's soft)
  8. Add in about 1-2 oz of water (water makes it softer ---- feel free to add more if you want it softer)
  9. Add in the soy sauce and and sesame oil
  10. Reduce heat to low-medium heat and allow it to continue to cook until all water has been absorbed (about 7-9 minutes)
  11. Heat Skillet 2 to medium heat and toss in the shrimp
  12. When shrimp are halfway done, add in liquid add
  13. You can lightly season this with a little garlic powder and pepper (careful with salt as we already used salt with the riced cauliflower and the soy sauce)
  14. By this time, the riced cauliflower should be about done
  15. Add the shrimp and egg to the riced cauliflower
  16. Stir and let it cook for about another 1-2 minutes

Personally, I add a little sweet and sour sauce once it's finished. 

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