This recipe makes me so full I can barely breathe. I made this yesterday and made it again today. So good- it almost tastes like fried rice. It is cheesy, salty, buttery and rich. And also insanely good for you.
There are several dozen studies linking Cauliflower to cancer prevention. In particular, bladder cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and ovarian cancer. What is interesting about Cancer is that the same process to fight tumors ALSO fights fat cells. This article explains the process in detail.
So when you eat a diet that is optimized for cancer prevention, it is often automatically a fat loss diet!! This is a recipe that I came up with for our new Fresh Start Cleanse- things that I like to eat myself and I know will get me back on track quickly. I had some PT elves test this and these are some comments.
“Great texture and flavor”
“Wasn’t too vegetably. Cauliflower can have a very “vegetable” taste
and it didn’t. Tasted hearty.”
Approximately 2 cheats for the ENTIRE recipe. For those of you following CSD Uber Plan, you EARN a cheat for this meal. To sign up for CSD Uber for free, go to this page.
1 head of Cauliflower
2 Tablespoons of Parmesan Cheese
4 large slices of smoked ham
3 garlic cloves
2 Tablespoons of diced red onion
1 tablespoon of olive oil or grass fed butter
Salt and Pepper to taste
-Place a sauce pan on the stove, medium high.
-Put olive oil or butter in
pan to melt.
-Chop the cauliflower into small pieces and place into food
processor and grate until fine consistency.
-Place cauliflower in pan.
-Add 3 garlic cloves and onion to food processor until diced. Add to
-Slice ham into 1 inch squares and add to mixture.
-Add 2 Tablespoons of Parmesan Cheese to the mix
-Crack egg into mixture and begin to mix until blended into the mixture.
Use wooden spoon to blend everything nicely together and stir for about
-Add salt and pepper to taste.
Chopping Garlic and Onions, Easy!!
Grating The Cauliflower Into The Pan:
I added a cup of Super Chopped Greens To My Dish. It HAS to be super chopped…
According to WH Foods:
“The fiber content of cauliflower—over 9 grams in every 100 calories—makes this cruciferous vegetable a great choice for digestive system support. Yet the fiber content of cauliflower is only one of its digestive support mechanisms. Researchers have determined that the sulforaphane made from a glucosinolate in cauliflower (glucoraphanin) can help protect the lining of your stomach. Sulforaphane provides you with this health benefit by preventing bacterial overgrowth of Helicobacter pylori in your stomach or too much clinging by this bacterium to your stomach wall.”