Skillet Taco Cauliflower Rice

Skillet Taco Cauliflower Rice

This easy skillet dinner combines ground turkey taco meat with cauliflower rice topped with lettuce, avocado and salsa for an easy, low-carb weeknight meal!

This easy skillet dinner combines ground turkey taco meat with cauliflower rice topped with lettuce, avocado and salsa for an easy, low-carb weeknight meal!

I love brown rice, but when I want a low-carb meal, cauliflower rice is my jam! You may have tried my Cauliflower Fried Rice, Cauliflower Rice Arancini Balls, Cauliflower Rice Arroz Con Pollo or Mexican Cauliflower Rice, I think this Skillet Taco Cauliflower Rice will be a new favorite in your home!

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“description”:”This easy skillet dinner combines ground turkey taco meat with cauliflower rice topped with lettuce, avocado and salsa for an easy, low-carb weeknight meal!”,
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“recipeYield”:”4 servings”,
“recipeIngredient”: [
“1 lb 93% lean ground turkey”,
“1 1/4 tsp kosher salt”,
“1 tsp garlic powder”,
“1 tsp cumin”,
“1 tsp chili powder”,
“1 tsp paprika”,
“1/2 tsp dried oregano”,
“1/2 small onion, minced”,
“2 tbsp bell pepper, minced”,
“3/4 cup water”,
“4 oz can tomato sauce”,
“4 cups uncooked riced cauliflower”,
“4 ounces avocado (1 small)”,
“chopped cilantro”,
“1 cup chopped lettuce”,
“1/4 cup jarred salsa”,
“lime wedges” ],
“nutrition”: {
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“servingSize”: “1 1/4 cups”,”fatContent”: “13”,”saturatedFatContent”: “3”,”cholesterolContent”: “80”,”sodiumContent”: “697.5”,”carbohydrateContent”: “12.5”,”fiberContent”: “5.5”,”sugarContent”: “4.5”,”proteinContent”: “26”,”calories”: “256” },
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“Over high heat, brown the turkey in a large skillet breaking it into smaller pieces as it cooks, about 5 minutes.When no longer pink add 1 teaspoon salt and the dry seasoning and mix well.Add the onion, pepper, water and tomato sauce and cover.Simmer on low for about 15 minutes.Remove the cover and add the cauliflower, add 1/4 teaspoon salt and cook until tender, about 8 minutes.Transfer to a plate and serve with avocado, lettuce, salsa and lime.” ]
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