Hi Everyone. I’m sitting here late on a Saturday night trying to finish this blog post. The hard part is that my daughter is hell-bent on not letting it happen. She should have been asleep long ago, but I was on a long distance call for over an hr. I’m finally able to start. This is cauliflower jollof rice, whole 30/paleo style. Jollof rice is a West African dish. This dish is usually rice cooked in a tomato based sauce with meat, at least that. The rice becomes an orange color due to the tomato sauce. Different countries in West African have their own variations. I’m not really sure where it originated from but Nigerian and Ghanaians both claim to have the best ones. Ghanian Jollof usually consists of beef that has been cooked and fried, with mixed vegetables, and Jasmine Rice. Sometimes seafood is used. Nigerian usual use Parboiled or long grain rice, it does not have meat in it, there is usually plantains, or another side dish. I’ve been making this dish since learning how to cook, I come from a long line of family who love to cook. Until 2 years ago I did not eat Jollof, I don’t know why I didn’t, though I’ve been making it forever. I wish I had loved this dish earlier in life. This recipe is a whole 30/paleo healthier version, the rice is replaced with cauliflower rice. The beef is cooked till tender, air fried and cooked in tomato sauce, the cauliflower is added the last few minutes. You can also use this recipe if you are not on whole 30, just replace the cauliflower with real rice. This recipe does make alot, you could halve it, or quarter it. I hope you like it. Make sure ti comment after you ry this recipe.