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Pork strognoff with cauliflower 'rice'

Discussion in 'Calorie Counting - Recipes' started by Alex0806, 17 June 2014 Social URL.

  1. Alex0806

    Alex0806 Member

    There are many examples of using cauliflower as a rice substitute-I do this often, but find it's more like the feel of cous cous when eating. Very low calorie, very low carb and gives the feeling of a big starchy meal!

    This was less than 500cals each!

    Pork stroganoff (for 2)

    200g raw pork, absolutely all fat removed, cut into strips
    one large red onion, finely sliced
    4 big pickled gherkins, finely diced
    5 big mushrooms, sliced
    splash vinegar
    tablespoon paprika
    3 cloves garlic, crushed
    one lemon 18
    200mls skimmed milk
    few tablespoons low fat soured cream/weight watchers cream (this is brilliant-33 cals for 30mls)
    30mls brandy (optional)
    salt and pepper
    fat free yoghurt, few tablespoons
    very small head of cauliflower


    1) put meat in a bowl and throw in paprika, salt, pepper and lemon zest
    2) in a pan, fry mushrooms (i use fry light, otherwise add calories for oil)
    3) add 2/3 onion, 2/3 gherkin, garlic (add dashes of water if starting to stick) and splash of vineger
    4) In a separate pan, flash fry the meat. If using brandy, add to meat at this stage and flame (if you like-otherwise, reduce down)
    5) add mushroom mik to pan, with milk and cook.
    6) add in cornflour (mixed with a little water)-I use about 10g to thicken this amount.
    7) simmer very gently, stirring frequently
    8) whilst simmering, blitz cauliflower in food processor. Add salt (takes quite a bit of salt) and put in a bowl with small splash of water. Cover with cling and cook for 4-6 mins.
    9) once cooked, add to a clean pan and tart it up with whatever you like. I added a third of the red onion and gherkin and a squeeze of lemon juice, with plenty of black pepper, but you can do what you like with it.
    10) take sauce of the heat, then add the cream/soured cream. This should cool it enough to add the yoghurt-it may split if temp of mix too high, but the cornflour should have stabilized it somewhat.
    11) alter seasoning as needed and serve :)

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