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Description: I was laying in bed thinking to myself one day and being a huge fan of fried rice, I tried to think of a good way to replicate it via low carbiness. Suddenly it came to me... RADISHES!!! You see, I used to make and eat fried rice all the time before I chose to low carb it and I was missing it and feeling nostalgic and I figured that radishes don't really have that much of a taste (at least not to my rather blunt pallet) and rice doesn't really either and that it's the other ingredients that make up the flavor of the fired rice. So I decided to experiment. I followed the procedure of traditional Austin-fried rice and it turned out pretty darn good.
Ingredients: 2 cups of grated radishes (try to get the pieces as rice-sized as you possible can for full effect)


Sesame oil (Uh huh!)


Soy sauce!!


3/4 cup of chopped-cooked beef, chicken, pork, shrimp, or whatever.


Sesame seeds


1 egg


1 cup of imagination
How To Prepare: Step one: Bust out your favorite non stick pan. (If you don't have one, buy one! Non-non-stick pans are poo poo, and I'm not talking about the platter.)


Step two: Put your pan on your burner and turn it to medium to medium high heat depending on weather you have a gas or electric stove respectively.


Step toi: Put oil (about 3 tbsp is what I like) in pan along with your desired amount of sesame seeds (personally I don't think there is a "too much")


Step quatro: Dump all of your radishes in the pan, take a spatula and stir it around, folding it over upon itself so that it is nice and evenly coated. cook for about three minutes coat with desired amount of soy sauce.


Step five: Add your meat. Stir or fold it in until evenly dispersed and keep moving and flipping it over for about four more minutes.


Step roku (it's Japanese for six...): Get your egg on! You can scramble it in a seperate bowl or cup but since I'm not really allowed to dirty any more dishes than I absolutely have to I just crack it right into the pan and stir until fully cooked and no more slime!


Step seven: Put on a pure black plate or whatever color, form it into a semisphere, garnish it with a leek or something, and enjoy in one fell swoop.


Eat with no carb green tea as a drink!
Number of Servings: 1
Carbs per serving - include all nutritional information if known: 8g total carbs (-4g fiber)= 4g Net carbs, Lotsa protein, 58% vitamin C dv.
Preparation Time: 10 minutes or so depending on your skill with a grater.
Effort (Easy, Average, Difficult): Easy
Junior LCF Member
 
Posts: 1
Registered: July 2008
Location: Anchorage, AK




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