Today’s recipe is another experiment.
I wanted to have something rice…ish to the dish I tried out, but didn’t have any cauliflower at home. However, I did have daikon radishes and thought they would make an interesting “rice” experiment…
Not a bad alternative to cauliflower rice at all it turns out, and if you’re low-carbin’ daikon is a great thing to have around…
This recipe is quick and simple, so I won’t bore you with an unnecessarily long post in comparison. As a matter of fact, let’s just move on to the recipe right away:
• 1 Daikon radish.
• 1 Carrot.
• 2 Cloves of Garlic, minced.
• 1/2 tbsp fresh Thyme, chopped.
• 2 tbsp Coconut Oil.
• Sea Salt and crushed Black Pepper, to taste.
Peel and roughly cut the daikon and carrots into chunks.
Run them in a food processor until “riced”.
Heat up the coconut oil in a frying pan, and add the riced daikon and carrot along with the minced garlic.
Fry until softened but not mushy, then blend in the thyme.