Dinner was definitely a challenge. 💪🏼And it came out delicious. Asian inspired lettuce wraps with cauliflower rice mixed with peas and corn. I added 1 tablespoon of egg white to keep the cauliflower rice together. Yum!😋Protein:turkey Veggies: eggplant, green onion, garlic and carrots cooked with turkey. Peas and carrots came in the frozen cauliflower rice I bought. Fat: Peanuts #myraperezfitmechallenge#lettucewraps#asianinspired#yum
Good morning gorgeous souls. Do you ever have those morning where you wake up starving. Well today is that morning I am loving this Asian inspired slaw recipe I’m thinking dinner tonight. Here’s the recipe.
Preparation time: 45 min
1 red onion thinly sliced
½ small cabbage, shredded
1 tsp salt
5 cups of water
250 left over roast chicken, or 1 large chicken breast, shredded
3 sprigs of Vietnamese mint
10 Kaffir lime leaves, finely sliced
3 sprigs coriander, finely chopped
¼ cup peanuts
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 tbsp garlic chopped
1 tbsp shallots, chopped
2 tbsp sugar (optional)
½ cup warm water
1-2 drops Lemon essential oil
1 drop Lime essential oil
¼ cup carrots, sliced into matchsticks
½ tbsp. red chilli, chopped
1 tbsp talt
½ tsp pepper
Soak shredded cabbage and onions in salted water for 30 minutes, drain and gently squeeze or use a salad spinned to draw out any extra moisture
Fry garlic and shallots until golden brown then drain for garnish, keeping the oil for the dressing
Mix all dressing ingredients then stand for 5 minutes
Combine the cabbage, onion, chicken and herbs together with the dressing. Garnish with toasted peanuts, fried shallots and garlic.
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I’m honestly not a fan of working hard in the kitchen. I used to prepare multiple meals every single day...but then I started to get resentful for having to do it all. So now, I make dinner or other meals only when creativity strikes or when we are craving a particular dish. Balance!! On the days/nights when I don’t cook, the kids fend for themselves. The fridge is always stocked with fresh fruits, veggies, grains, proteins, and all the good mixins’ (but I still have to close my eyes and make a wish that they won’t just put a piece of bread in the toaster 🙈). I want to hope that my not “doing it all” will prepare them for what’s to come when they truly grow up, and it gives me a much needed break and keeps it fresh. I also love to try and copy recipes that we have in restaurants. This one is my own rendition of Harney Sushi’s “sunomono” salad: ribboned cucumber, shredded imitation crab (or kani kama), shredded carrots (I added these - they’re not in the original), rice wine vinegar and a splash of my own vinegar mix, and a generous portion of toasted sesame seeds. You can add seaweed, but Sam isn’t a fan, so I left that out. It turned out really good. Definitely gonna make it again. Bonus: I love shopping at the Asian markets. They have the best candy 🍬!!