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Meal Detail

 

Dinner

Ginger-Coconut Calamari & Cauliflower

 


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  • Medium
  • Easy

Prep
Difficulty
Easy

45 mins

Time
Estimate
45 mins

If using the Coconut Rice, begin steaming it immediately. Next, start simmering the ginger & white wine. Prep the cauliflower and get it roasting. Saute the greens and melt in the coconut oil. Season & flour the calamari, wipe out the pan and sear the calamari. Finish the cauliflower and sauce. Serve altogether while everything is still hot.


Recipes for this Meal


Winter
Photo of Coconut Rice
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Coconut Rice

Brown rice is steamed and simmered in either coconut juice or the coconut liquid that may be leftover when cooking with just the “cream” of the full fat coconut milk. Just remember not to shake the coconut milk and the cream will scoop off easily.


Winter
Photo of Lemon-Ginger Cauliflower
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Lemon-Ginger Cauliflower

Roasted with zest of lemon & ginger, this flavor-packed cauliflower will delight as a side dish next to seafood, a big salad or anything Asian. A microplane will make your life so much easier for this dish, but very finely mincing the lemon peel and fresh ginger will work instead.


Winter
Photo of Ginger-Coconut Calamari
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Ginger-Coconut Calamari

Seared steaks of calamari are drizzled with a creamy ginger-coconut sauce. Calamari cooks quickly and is fairly affordable, so try this healthy protein at home especially with this rich & tasty sauce. Sweet white rice flour also known as mochiko makes a lovely crust on the calamari steaks, but your favorite all-purpose flour should work well.
Try this with the Lemon-Ginger Cauliflower


Winter
Photo of Coconut Creamed Chard
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Coconut Creamed Chard

This is a quick, almost exotic variation of the classic Creamed Spinach. Plan to use the cream that floats in the top of the can. To do this, use full fat coconut milk, avoid shaking the can. Carefully open the can upside down if possible. This will allow the liquid to be on top and easily poured off for another use. The thicker cream will be ready to be scraped out below.