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Low-Carb Ham Fried Rice

average rating is 3 out of 5, based on 150 votes

Celebrate Easter with a delightful twist on a classic dish that is not only delicious but also perfect for repurposing leftovers.

This low-carb, high-protein, clean eating ham fried rice recipe is a fantastic way to incorporate any leftover Easter ham into a nutritious and tasty meal. Featuring cauliflower rice as a healthier alternative to white rice, this dish is suitable for diabetics and those following a low-carb or gluten-free diet.

Gather your family and friends around the table to enjoy this scrumptious Easter recipe that skillfully combines flavors and textures for a meal that everyone will love.

Serving suggestions:

  • Pair this low-carb, high-protein ham fried rice with grilled chicken, tofu, or shrimp for an additional protein boost.

  • Add a side of steamed or stir-fried vegetables to make a complete, nutritious meal.

  • For an even higher protein content, you can add edamame or chickpeas to the dish.



Prep Time

15 Minutes

Total Time

25 Minutes






low-carb high-protein clean eating diabetic-friendly gluten-free ham lunch main meal Keto keto-friendly Cauliflower rice Easter Easter Recipe Liquid aminos side


  1. 2 tablespoons vegetable oil (or avocado oil)

  2. 1 small onion or green onion, chopped

  3. 1 clove garlic, minced

  4. 1-2 cups ham, diced

  5. 1 cup carrots and peas, diced (frozen works great)

  6. 3 eggs

  7. 4 cups cauliflower rice (fresh or frozen)

  8. Gluten-free soy sauce or liquid aminos, to taste


  1. Heat vegetable oil (or avocado oil) in a wok or large skillet over medium-high heat. Add onions to the hot oil and stir until clear and light brown. Stir in garlic.

  2. When garlic is lightly browned, add ham and cook for 3-4 minutes. Add carrots and peas, and cook until they are tender.

  3. Beat eggs together in a small bowl and add eggs to the skillet. Cook until eggs are scrambled and firm.

  4. Add cauliflower rice to the skillet and mix in thoroughly. Stir in gluten-free soy sauce or liquid aminos, a little at a time. (You can always add more, so don't overdo it).


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