Yummy, simple and healthy! This is a great weeknight dinner.
1/2 cup Soy, 5 tbls rice wine vinegar, 4 gloves crushed chopped garlic, 1 tsp grated fresh ginger, 3 chopped scallions, bunch chopped cilantro, 2 tsp sesame oil, 1/2 tsp chili oil..2 tbls water
For the Chicken Sung:
Saute 1 onion, 5 cloves smashed garlic and finely chopped carrots (about 2 large carrots) for about 5 minutes. Cut up large boneless chicken breasts into cubes (about 6 breasts), add the chicken to saute pan…add chopped mushrooms (one container). Let this cook on medium for about 6-8 minutes, add chopped cilantro and grated fresh ginger and lots of chopped scallions (at least 6). When chicken is cooked through, add about 4 tbls of the above sauce to pan. Use the rest of this glorious sauce on your lettuce wraps as eat them.
Soba noodles are made from buckwheat flour and are much better for the waistline. They are half the calories of pasta, and half the glycemic index as pasta. Buckwheat has been known to help with both metabolism and cardio vascular support. I love them… they have a nice warm nutty-ish flavor. They take about 6-8 minutes to cook in boiling salted water…then drain and toss with about 1 tbls sesame oil, 1 tbls soy sauce, chopped cilantro, chopped scallions and I like to thaw one bag of frozen edamame and throw them in as well… i also like to add hot chili oil.
(Endless possibilities here… sometimes I add rice wine vinegar, fresh Garlic, and diced red peppers…)
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i need to lose 15-20 lbs…trying to eat healthy. so I make a lot of fish. mostly salmon ( i know, not the most dietetic of fish!!). tonight i bought steelhead trout, which is very similar to salmon. i believe it comes from california. they belong to the family salmonidae which includes all salmon, trout, and chars…the flavor is a bit fuller than salmon, more gamey, not in a bad way…i’m glad i poached it…it is a nice clean way to cook fish. i like to eat it simply… with a bit of fresh lemon or just a drizzle of soy.
if you like to poach fish, a poacher is great. I love mine…i use it often. I fill it 1/4 way with water then i add a cup or so of white wine..slice some onion, lemon a bay leaf some pepper corns (this is called a court bouillon)…add the cleaned fish. set poacher across 2 burners and cook for about 15-25 minutes or so (check often). so easy.
the broccoli rabe was excellent. really, it was, this one is a keeper. i started by washing and roughly cutting the leaves…added them to boiling salted water for just a minute or 2. drained them and added them to an ice bath. sauteed garlic, pine nuts and raisins salt and pepper add the greens back to the pan!…yum!!
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