Recipe: Chicken Mustard Coleslaw With Apple

P2Like I mentioned last week, I am on a pound a day of raw kick.  I know this is a stupid time of year for it, because in most places, it’s cold.

There is never any rhyme or reason for what I do, when I do it. HA!

I have been scouring my archives, and the internet to find recipes that enable me to get this in with no muss, no fuss.

This recipe calls for 2 cups of cabbage, the weight on that is about 5 oz, then for the apple, which mine was about 5 oz – so for just one meal I am getting 10 oz of raw.  If I was on P2, all I have to do is find another 6 oz somewhere and I am set!

This might be a little sour for some taste buds … just cut back on the amount of ACV and you should be fine.  Or add a bit more sweetener.  When you cook the chicken, immediately pour it over the cabbage and it softens it a bit without cooking it.  Then chill and it’s outstanding!  I love it with lots of black pepper.

Enjoy!

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Chicken Mustard Coleslaw with Apple
1 serving

10 minutes prep
1 hour 20 minutes start to finish

Dressing/Marinade Ingredients:

1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
1/2 cup water (mix with a packet of sweetener)
1.5 tbsp spicy brown mustard
1 dash salt
1 dash pepper
1/4 tsp onion powder
1/4 tsp garlic powder

Slaw Ingredients:

3.5 oz chicken breast, skinless and boneless, diced
2 cups cabbage, shredded
1 medium apple, diced

Prepare the dressing/marinade ingredients and put half in a baggie with the chicken and marinate for about an hour.

Place cabbage and apple in a large bowl.

Remove chicken from baggie (reserving liquid) and place in a preheated skillet and pan fry till it turns brown.  Add reserved liquid and let simmer for a bit on low, and moisture is reduce significantly.

When done, place over cabbage and apple, use enough dressing for satisfaction.

Entire Recipe:

278 Calories
5g Fat (16% calories from fat)
27g Protein
37g Carbohydrate; 8g Dietary Fiber
61mg Cholesterol; 662mg Sodium; 885mg Potassium

Per Serving:

278 Calories
5g Fat (16% calories from fat)
27g Protein
37g Carbohydrate; 8g Dietary Fiber
61mg Cholesterol; 662mg Sodium; 885mg Potassium

Serving Idea:  Great as a make ahead and chill salad, all in one.  It actually tastes better the next day so that the vinegar has a chance to pickle the cabbage.  Nummy!

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