I know, I know. Chinese sausages is super bad for you, but I had it in my pantry and needed to use it. OKAAAY Confession: I actually forced my parents to buy me some fresh ones when I was back in CA for winter break. Anyway, now that I think about it, I don’t really crave for Chinese sausages anymore because it just sounds too sweet for me, but when I made it, it was soooo satisfying & delicious. You can always sub out the Chinese sausages for other meats. I’ve already made it with chicken twice.
So here’s what I did. With fried rice, you basically cook everything separately and just put it in with the rice in a big pot. I scrambled 4 eggs, heated some mixed veggies (I bought the huge frozen Costco pack), & cooked the sliced chinese sausages. Back at home, my mom would stir fry garlic and ginger and add the rice so I did the same, just with cauliflower rice. Then you add in all the ingredients you cooked before and voilaaa. Got yourself some cauliflower fried rice. Add pepper, sriracha, soy sauce, you can have whatever you liiiike. Lil spoon likes cilantro in his fried rice because it reminds him of Oakland Chinatown fried rice, so you can give that a try too. Enjoy!