Cauliflower rice and shrimp collide in this quick and delicious recipe!

Shrimp is a stir fry staple, but when you’re eating low-fat low-carb, you have to think a bit more about what goes into your meal. Cauliflower rice is a smart substitute for carb-heavy grains, packing in nutrition and flavor! Paired with juicy shrimp and the right kick of spice, you’re going to love our gluten free Spicy Shrimp with Cauliflower Rice Bowl!

4 ratings

INGREDIENTS

6 Oz Shrimp, Uncooked, shelled and deveined
1/2 Tsp Sea salt
1/4 Tsp Pepper
2 Tsp Grape seed oil
1 Egg, Beaten
2 Garlic clove
1/2 Cauliflower, Riced into very small pieces
1 Tbsp Tamari or Soy Sauce
1 French green onion, Thinly sliced
1 Fresh coriander, Chopped
1 Tsp Sriracha, optional

DIRECTIONS

Heat up grape seed oil and shrimp

step #1

Heat 1 tbsp of grape seed oil in a large pan over high heat then add shrimp and season with salt and pepper to taste.
Cook shrimp on both sides for 30 seconds each

step #2

Sear shrimp for 30 seconds on both sides then transfer to a separate plate.

step #3

Lower heat to medium and add 1 tbsp of oil. Fry minced garlic for 30 seconds or until fragrant. Do not burn.

step #4

Add cauliflower rice and stir to combine ingredients, cook for 2-5 minutes or until tender.

step #5

Form a hole in the center of the pan and add a beaten egg. Cook egg in the center by stirring occasionally.
Add Tamari sauce, which is a great substitute for soy sauce

step #6

Once cooked, add 1 tbsp Tamari sauce and stir to combine egg mixture with the rest of the ingredients.
Return shrimp to the pan and add green onion, mixing all your ingredients

step #7

Add shrimp and green onion to pan and stir until all ingredients are combined.
Plate the dish and garnish with coriander

step #8

Plate and garnish with Sriracha and coriander.
Gluten-Free Spicy Cauliflower Shrimp

step #9

Ready to serve!

Reviews

4 ratings

Did you know?

Did you know that cruciferous vegetables like cauliflower are some of the best that you can include in your diet? Even as little as 100 calories’ worth of cauliflower or one of its cruciferous cousins gets you up to 40% of your daily fiber requirement, great for managing free radicals, fats, and of course cholesterol. But that’s not all – these veggies are also packed with protein and high amounts of vitamin K, great for fighting off certain cancers and inflammation. Cauliflower isn’t just tasty, it’s a great way to support a healthier lifestyle!

So what did you think of our Spicy Shrimp and Cauliflower Rice Bowl? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to try one of these great recipes next: Warm Breakfast Bowl, Tomato and Zucchini Frittata, and Low-Carb Egg Muffins.

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