Tattooed Chef Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry at Costco {Awesome Low Carb/Calorie Flavor!}

Costco is now selling the Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry from Tattooed Chef.  If your local Costco has this in stock then you will find it in the freezer section next to the plain frozen riced cauliflower.

This low carb stir fry features riced cauliflower, red bell peppers peas and corn and is lightly seasoned with ginger and sesame.

Keep reading to see if this stir fry is right for you and your family.

Tattooed Chef Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry at Costco

Tattooed Chef Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry Nutrition and Ingredients

Let’s take a closer look at what you get with this stir fry mix.

Nutrition Facts

You get four 12 ounce packages of stir fry with each three pound bag of stir fry mix. One cup (105 g) is considered a single serving and there are about 13 servings per bag.

The nutritional facts for a single serving are:

  • Calories: 60
  • Fat: 3g (4% DV)
  • Cholesterol: 00mg (0% DV)
  • Sodium: 290mg (13% DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 8g (3% DV)
  • Protein: 3g

Of the 8 grams of carbohydrates 2 of them are dietary fiber which leaves you with 6 net grams of carbs per cup.

I prepare an entire 12 ounce bag when I make this and that has 3.24 servings.  If you cook and eat a 12 ounce package then you get 194 calories and 19 net grams of carbs.

Cauliflower Stir Fry Nutrition

Ingredient List

The stir fry has the following ingredients:

  • Riced cauliflower
  • Stir Fry Sauce
    • Water
    • Tamari Sauce
    • Sesame oil
    • Sugar
    • Ginger powder
    • Vinegar
    • Salt
    • Garlic
    • White pepper
  • Peas
  • Red bell pepper
  • Corn
  • Leeks

The product is labeled as Gluten Free, Vegan and Organic.

How to Cook the Tattooed Chef Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry

Please, do NOT follow the cooking instructions that are printed on the package.

The package instructs you to heat two tablespoons of olive oil in a wok, add the contents of a 12 ounce bag of stir fry mix and cook for 6-7 minutes until heated through.

This is simply insane.

Using two tablespoons of olive oil will:

  • Increase the calorie count from 200 to 440.
  • Completely overwhelm the flavor of the sesame ginger dressing. 

Cauliflower Stir Fry Cooking Instructions

I cook the stir fry by:

  • Lightly spray a wok with Pam 
  • Add the contents of a 12 ounce bag of stir fry
  • Cook over medium heat stirring/tossing often for 5 minutes
  • Serve when heated through topped with a protein of choice

How Does The Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry Taste?

I topped the 12 ounces of stir fry with a 90 calorie Trader Joe’s Shrimp Burger patty (1 gram carbs) and had a MASSIVE lunch.  This was a serious feast that had less than 300 calories and only 21 grams of carbs.

The cauliflower stir fry tastes great!

I like cauliflower but a lot of times when I am eating a cauliflower rice based meal I get overwhelmed and exhausted by the cauliflower flavor.  This was not the case with this stir fry as the sesame ginger seasoning masked much of the cauliflower flavor.

The peas and corn provide some nice textural contrast. The red bell pepper and peas combined to provide two types of sweetness that made the dish interesting.

Stir Fry Cauliflower Rice with Shrimp Burger

It was a struggle for me to finish the meal simply because it was so much food!

Other than the insane cooking instructions, there is absolutely nothing that I didn’t like about this product.

Is the Tattooed Chef Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry a Costco Value?

I bought the three pound bag of cauliflower stir fry at Costco for $9.49 which works out to a cost of $3.16 per pound.

You can buy a 12 ounce bag of this stir fry mix at Target for $3.99 which works out to a cost of $5.32 per pound.

This means that you can save $2.16 per pound (40%) by purchasing the riced cauliflower stir fry at Costco.

Price of Tattooed Chef Stir Fry Cauliflower Rice at Costco

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4 thoughts on “Tattooed Chef Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry at Costco {Awesome Low Carb/Calorie Flavor!}

  1. I agree – great product and no need for all that oil! How did you get the number 3.36 servings per 12 oz pouch?
    If a serving is 105 g, that’s 3.704 oz. A (12) oz pouch divided by 3.704 oz = 3.24.servings. It’s only a difference of 0.12 servings, so no biggie, but I am curious about the method you used. I’m trying to calculate how much sodium is in each of the four pouches. 3.36 servings = 974.4, while 3.24 servings = 939.6. Again, not a big difference at 34.8 mg, especially as I only eat 1/2 pouch … but I wonder if your numbers are more accurate (?). I am new to this sodium tracking, so I want to make sure I am doing correctly. THANKS!

  2. We bought this because my wife has celiac disease and must eat things that are gluten free. After eating this she was in bed for two days. She gets deathly sick from gluten. Please explain.

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