I have made coconut rice in previous recipes on this blog. If you try just one, please let it be this recipe. The pineapple and cilantro add just the right amount of complementing tastes to make this dish memorable.
Here in Southern California, zucchini and summer squash are always available. If you can’t find any in your area you can substitute another vegetable such as broccoli, carrots and/or cauliflower.
This is so easy to make, is the perfect comfort food and doesn’t contain any nasty ingredients.
The vegetables I use are just a guide, you can add or subtract to your individual taste. I would not recommend substituting in the onion and the canned tomatoes, but everything else is fine.
Please let me know your thoughts or if you have any questions!
Sometimes when the day has completely worn you down it calls for something “comforting” for dinner.
I created this recipe based on my mom’s famous chicken and gravy. This one, however, is cruelty-free and opts for riced cauliflower to save on carbs and calories.