Cabbage Salmon Rolls – Thai Fusion

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Salmon Cabbage Rolls

Salmon Cabbage Rolls

Copyright 2015 by Jacqueline Peppard, all rights reserved

The low carb, gluten free answer to alleviate your egg roll or potsticker cravings! Young and old will gobble them up and don’t forget the dipping sauce for added fun. Common to many ethnic cuisines of Europe and Asia, meat fillings are rolled with cabbage leaves instead of wheat or rice wrappers.Treat yourself to three filling variations: salmon, ground beef, or chicken – the salmon is highlighted, but the beef and chicken variations are included.

My recipe makes a savory on the go lunch item that can be eaten cold and they are delicious reheated. For the budget conscious, this is an instance where you can use the cheaper salmon varieties such as Keto without sacrificing flavor, however, be careful of bones and pick them out carefully. I like to buy salmon in bulk while it is cheap and freeze for later.

Tip – Grill or roast two large fillets at once – one to eat immediately for dinner with grilled or steamed vegetables and the other to use for rolls or patties the next day. Somehow eating a leftover grilled salmon just isn’t appetizing to most, but re-purposed into a patty or a roll, heck yeah!

Cabbage Rolls in pan browning

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Lemongrass Chicken Soup

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Lemongrass chicken coconut soup

Lemongrass Chicken Coconut Soup

Copyright 2014 by Jacqueline Peppard, all rights reserved

This dish is also known as tom kha gai. My version uses red sweet pepper instead
of the Thai red chili. However, people could always spice up their individual portion
with red chili oil served on the side.

Tools:

Ingredients:

2 TBS olive or coconut oil, divided
1 TBS toasted sesame oil, divided
2 to 4 garlic cloves, minced
8-inch stalk fresh lemongrass,
tough outer layers removed,
finely sliced
1-inch piece galangal ginger
or regular ginger, minced
(about ½ TBS)
6 scallions, sliced thin,
divided into 2 equal portions
6 cups chicken stock
6 to 10 fresh kaffir lime leaves or
1 TBS lime zest
1 can coconut milk (2 cups)
¼ cup fresh lime juice
(if not using kaffir lime leaves)
½ TSP saffron or turmeric
2 chicken breasts, sliced or 2 cups shredded roasted chicken
1 red pepper, sliced ¼ inch thick
1 bunch fresh cilantro, trimmed
and chopped, for garnish

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Gluten Free Quick Ramen Soup

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015 - CopyThe snack sections or meals on the go of most “health books” contain nut, legume, and cheese concoctions which can produce allergenic reactions in susceptible individuals (especially those whose immune systems have been compromised). Nuts and cheese are not a good daily source of nutrition. Nuts and legumes contain omega’s in the form of ALA’s, the precursors for omega 3 and 6 fats. Contrary to what we have been led to believe, most of us cannot convert ALA’s into available omegas our bodies can use.

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Winter Borscht

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Hearty Winter Borscht

Copyright 2014 Jacqueline Peppard

This is a hearty winter borscht that is served hot. The bacon gives it a wonderful smoky flavor.  Traditional borscht usually contains potatoes, but I have substituted celery root instead.

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Winter Borscht

Makes 8 large servings

This is a hearty winter borscht served hot, and the bacon lends a wonderful smoky flavor. Traditional borscht usually contains potatoes, but I have substituted celery root and carrots instead. Continue reading

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