Spice up your lunches with these healthy Thai chicken bowls featuring my all-time favorite peanut sauce recipe!
It’s Wednesday, which means we’ve almost made it through the week! I’m still daydreaming of last weekend, where our only plans were to go on a beautiful hike and drink some wine with friends.
But unfortunately the workweek must come and with it is meal prep for lunches. I have a confession: for the past two weeks I’ve been lazy and making either peanut butter and jelly or almond butter and honey sandwiches. And I enjoyed every gooey bite. But, I finally decided that my body, and taste buds, could use a little more variety and nutrition at lunch. These Thai chicken peanut bowls may look involved, but I promise it goes fast and is delicious. The longest part is boiling the rice, which took me 45 min, but if you use fast-cooking rice you can be done within 20 min!
Another bonus? If you don’t want to be eating the same thing four days in a row, simply omit the soy sauce in the veggies and make just a solid base of rice, chicken and vegetables. Once you have these all portioned out into four lunches, top two with the peanut sauce and the other two with BBQ or teriyaki.
This week is the first where I’m slowly getting back into my usual posting routine. Things are finally starting to slow down (at least for the rest of this week), so I’ve been trying to take advantage of free nights and weekends to work on recipe development and cooking. I have a recipe coming your way Friday that I’m head-over-heels for, and I hope you will be too!
So here’s a toast to getting back on track!
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I love eating chicken n even i try different food.
Even i have a website for http://nutrientsweb.com/ to make people aware of the nutrients facts.
I’ll have to check that out! It’s always great to have more resources for people to become more informed of what they’re eating.