Stir Fried Cabbage Resistant Starch Rice
This Stir Fried Cabbage Resistant Starch Rice is an easy way to warm up your resistant starch fried rice without adding too many flavors as cabbage doesn’t have a strong flavor. This is good if you need to have your rice with meals like curries where plain rice is best. With benefits ranging from being lower in carbs than normal cooked rice, and fuel for our gut bacteria, resistant starch rice can also be a convenient food that you can easily cook ahead and have in the fridge for quick meals. The only issue is finding an easy safe way to warm up the rice without using the microwave oven.
The resistant starch rice in this recipe uses a simple recipe with coconut oil but you can use other different recipes, that range from cooking the rice in bone broth, using butter and apple cider vinegar. Vary your recipes or combine various ingredients to suit your tastes and what you want to achieve.
How To Make Resistant Starch Rice
2 cups rice, 4 cups water, 2 tablespoons coconut oil
Add water, rice and coconut oil to a pot with a lid and cook at medium heat until the water comes to a boil.
When the water starts to boil lower the heat and cook at simmer covered until the rice is cooked and all the water is absorbed. This should take about about 20 minutes
When the rice is cooked, cool it and transfer it to an airtight container and keep in the fridge for 12 hours so it becomes resistant starch rice.
Stir Fried Cabbage Resistant Starch Rice Recipe
2 cups or more resistant starch rice, 1 to 2 cups sliced cabbage, salt, 2 teaspoons cooking oil of choice
Add the cooking oil to a pan and fry the cabbage at medium heat for about a minute
Add the rice and stir fry until it gets as warm or hot as you want it.
Season with salt and other herbs of choice and serve with your sauce or protein of choice.
Enjoy your Stir Fried Cabbage Resistant Starch Rice