Vegetable fried rice is a loved comfort food, but it is usually fairly caloric if eaten out. This recipe is a lightened version credited to the website of http://fullbellysisters.blogspot.com/ that uses cauliflower that is finely chopped in a food processor, to reduce the amount of rice needed for the recipe. Cook as much rice as you would like for your meal, or you could leave it out completely, if you are limiting carbohydrates.
Most people overdo grain servings during the day, so I often look for ways to keep them low for the dinner meal which is a lifestyle solution that works great for weight control. I cooked a 16 ounce package of brown rice because I wanted leftovers for next day lunches.
This recipe is a healthy diet habit because it increases the vegetable content of fried rice and limits the actual rice. It is a nice meal, complete in itself.
Another option is to chop the cauliflower, rather than running it through your food processor. Drop it into boiling water with the broccoli and then it to the rice.
I would also add a couple of tablespoons of fresh chopped ginger in with the chicken and onions, because I love ginger. Chopped cilantro added at the end would give a nice Mediterranean spin too. That is the beauty of learning to cook well; you can teak all recipes to your likes or dislikes.