Indian Style Cauliflower Microwave Recipe

Indian Style Cauliflower Microwave Recipe
This delicious recipe is quick, delicious, and adds a variety of Indian flavors to cauliflower. Best of all, it's extremely low carb and provides good fiber.

Indian Style Cauliflower Ingredients:
1 16oz bag frozen cauliflower
1 tsp coriander
1/2 tsp ground ginger
1/2 tsp roasted cumin
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/8 tsp garlic
dash ground cayenne
dash salt
1/2 tsp peanut oil
dash cilantro

Start by microwaving the frozen cauliflower for about half its total stated time, based on how your microwave heats. You want it to still have about 2 Tbsp of water when it's done, and still be slightly firm.

Next, mix together the coriander, ginger, cumin, turmeric, garlic, cayenne, and salt. Sprinkle that over the cauliflower and then toss to coat.

Now drizzle the peanut oil over the top.

Microwave for the remainder of the time - in our microwave that's about 2 1/2 minutes, but your microwave may vary. The aim is to finish cooking it so it's hot but it doesn't dry out.

Sprinkle cilantro over the top as a garnish.

Makes 2 full meals or 4 side dishes to a meal.

The carbs on this pretty much solely depend on what cauliflower you buy. For the bags we get, they assume 15g for the entire bag, with 10g of that being fiber. So if you do two meals from this, that means each person is getting 5g of fiber and 2.5g of carbs. That's an excellent result for a full meal that is delicious and filling!

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