Ginger-Lime chicken slaw
Ginger poached chicken with Asian slaw, daikon noodles and peanuts
6 days life on delivery
440 calories per person
Low calorie, Carb conscious, Mediterranean, Dairy free, Gluten free, High in protein, High in fibre
Chicken suitable for freezing, excluding slaw, daikon noodles, peanuts & dressing
To maximise freshness put the cooked chicken straight in the freezer on arrival. Defrost when needed in minutes in the microwave.
- For best results, remove tray of slaw & daikon noodles from refrigerator 10 minutes before preparing so they come up to room temperature
- Transfer the chicken to a microwavable bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and microwave on high for 2 minutes until piping hot
- Tip the slaw, daikon noodles, warm chicken, peanuts and lime rice wine vinegar dressing into a large mixing bowl
- Toss all ingredients together to mix well land divide the slaw mix between 2 plates
Chicken breast (All natural, hormone free, from South Eastern United States), Daikon, Lime zest, White cabbage, Red cabbage, Sugar, Ginger, Carrot, Peanuts salted, Scallions, Shaoxing rice wine, Red chili, Cilantro, Tamari, Garlic, Olive oil, Sesame oil, Mint, Salt, Fish sauce
Allergens: Fish, Peanuts Soya,
Calories 440, Fat 15g, Saturated fat 2.5g, Carbohydrates 44g, Protein 30g, Fibre 5g, Sodium 1060mg
A new favorite and couldn't be easier. Heat the chicken and toss everything. This is very refreshing and filling. I added a little chopped papaya sprinkled with lime juice and Trader Joe's chili lime spice. This will be especially desirable in the warm weather.
I literally say, "I'm gonna have a Big Salad today." I love all the components and the fact that there is crunchiness, sweetness, peanuts are a little salty. Great job. I am not a huge fan of the dressing so I usually use my o/v with a drizzle of tahini OR use up one of the dressings that come with another meal...I can't remember which one it is but I believe it has ginger in it. (P.S., it's meant to be shared, but, whatevs).
I love this salad. It’s healthy and filling.
This is a good choice for people trying to limit their carbs, or anyone looking for a healthy meal. It's light and refreshing with a very satisfying asian flavor profile. Lots of fresh veggies and some shredded chicken, accented with fresh herbs and peanuts. You might test it with about 3/4 of the dressing - you can always add more, but I found that about 3/4 was enough for me. Very easy to put together. This one's definitely on my permanent rotation.