Chicken Cumin “No rice, Fried rice”

This is a take on my “no rice fried rice” that happens to be one of the simplest, and most favored dishes based on reader feedback. You can see the original recipe here: Fried Rice…with No Rice.

Chicken Cumin “No rice, Fried rice”

  • 1 bag of broccoli  slaw
  • 6 eggs
  • Coconut oil
  • Kosher salt/pepp
  • Diced plain chicken
  • Ground cumin
  • Coconut Aminos

Start by sautéing a little coconut oil in a pan until melted and add the entire bag of broccoli slaw, sprinkle with a little kosher salt/pepp and a generous portion of cumin. Continue sautéing until the slaw starts to cook down. Then break the eggs into the pan and stir until everything is mixed well. Continue stirring until the eggs are almost cooked. Add another generous portion of ground cumin and incorporate. Last, cut pre-cooked or leftover grilled chicken into the pan (I use my kitchen shears, and cut the chicken into pieces directly into the pan), and stir until everything is well heated. The cumin gave it a wonderful flavor (I used quite a bit). Top with coconut aminos!DSC_0003DSC_0008

9 thoughts on “Chicken Cumin “No rice, Fried rice”

  1. Yum, this sounds really good!! I’m a picky eater, but I love all of the ingredients. Well, I’ve never had coconut aminos but if it’s anything like soy sauce I’m sure I’ll love it.

    • Hmmm, you could try shredded cabbage or shredded brussels sprouts? Although I think the cabbage might “wilt” more than the broccoli slaw. The advantage of the broccoli slaw is that it remains more firm after cooking, similar to rice. What about cauliflower rice?

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