So I've been really interested in making a Spanish potato tortilla (you know, the bake thing made of eggs, not a tortilla wrap), but I've been doing a no complex carbs week - therefore, I swapped the potato for cauliflower. 

This is a surprisingly filling dish that is so quick and easy to make and, it easily fed 4 people.

  • 4 eggs
  • 1 cauliflower about 4 inches diameter 
  • 6 cherry tomatoes
  • 3 shallots 
  • seasoning of your choice: I used Himalayan salt, crushed black pepper and paprika.

Whats the process?
  1. Blend the cauliflower until it looks like cous cous
  2. Mix the eggs in with the cauliflower 
  3. Add healthy amounts of salt (Himalayan) and pepper (black, crushed)
  4. Put into an oven proof container
  5. Cut the shallots in half and lightly place on top of the mixture
  6. Lightly place the cherry tomatoes into the mixture
  7. Put the container in a pre-heated 180degree oven until it browns up:
    1. push a knife in the center to check if the mix is ready: the knife will be clear if done, have mixture on if not
  8. Take the container out and leave to cool for about 10 mins
  9. Finally, serve.
    1. I served mine with a healthy dashing of paprika, Greek side salad... and a bucks fizz; why not, eh?
(This makes 4 servings - calories per serving 104 - not including the Greek salad and bucks fizz)

If you're crazy and want to burn those 104kcals back off (why?!?!?!?!?!) then partake in one of these activities:

  • Do yoga for 20 mins
  • Play Frisbee for 30 mins
  • Weed your garden for 18 mins
  • Wash your car for 20 mins
  • Spend 40 minutes cleaning up everyone's dishes from this delicious meal you made them... joke, they can do the washing up!

(Based on a 150lbs person)