I am shocked I have not released this recipe yet, because I make this meal all the time! It’s so good, so easy, and a year round favorite. If you haven’t noticed I am a carb junky, so almost all of my recipes include carbohydrates. If you are on a no carb or low carb diet, feel free to eliminate them. One of the many great things about this meal is the way it is served with the cabbage; you can use the cabbage to decrees or eliminate the rice if you wish. I personally still like the rice. I found if I try to have a no carbohydrate dinner, I will later on end up snacking on more calories and junk then if I were to just allow myself the rice to begin with it is easy to share with your friends and family on all your favorite social media with just a click below.
2 tsp Olive or Sesame Oil
1 lb Uncooked Chicken Diced into 1 inch pieces
¾ cup Peanuts, plain
3 TBL Soy Sauce – low. I hope you enjoy this meal as much as my family does, and if you do sodium
2 TBL Rice Vinegar
3 tsp Sesame Oil
1 Large Bunch Cilantro
White Cabbage - about ¼ head of cabbage
Red Cabbage – about ¼ head of cabbage
3 Cups Cooked White Rice
Cook rice according to package directions.
In a Small Off Your Rocker Pottery Bowl mix together the soy sauce, rice vinegar, and 3 tsp sesame oil; set aside.
Chop cilantro and place in a Small OYRP Bowl.
Dice up both cabbages and toss together into a Large OYRP Bowl.
Dice onion and place in a Medium OYRP Bowl.
In a large wok heat 2 tsp of olive or sesame oil over medium to high heat. Add chicken and diced onions, cook for about 5-7 minuets or until chicken is almost done, stirring regularly. Add peanuts to the wok and cook for about 4 minuets. Add the soy sauce mixture and bring to a boil, reduce heat a simmer for 2-3 more minuets. Remove from heat and stir in cilantro.
On an OYRP Dinner Plate lay down a bed or rice, top with cabbage mixture, and then top with chicken and cilantro mixture. Enjoy!
Off Your Rocker Pottery
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