Friday, March 8, 2013

#RECIPEFRIDAY: Low Carb Chicken Seaweed Wrap!

Good morning everyone and...

Welcome to this edition of #RECIPEFRIDAY!

Yep...
Friday has finally arrived!
Yahooo :)

Like with every Friday over the past little while...

I've been sharing with you a new recipe that I've concocted in my kitchen!

And...

Just in case you missed out on what I've posted thus far, here's a recap! (Keep in mind that many of these dishes and snacks are no longer included in my competition prep diet!)

Chocolate Covered PB2 Bites
Recipe
5 Spice Chicken Shirataki Tofu Noodle Bowl
Recipe
Recipe
Recipe
Recipe
Recipe
Protein Packed Hummus
Recipe
Recipe
Recipe
Recipe

Recipe
Spicy Chicken Stir-Fry
Recipe
Recipe
Fresh Salsa
Recipe

Now...

Because I'm currently preparing myself for the OPA Ontario Championships coming up in June...

I thought I would share with you a little something I made that had my taste buds go....

Mmmmmm!

First off...

If you've never heard of Char Crust before...

Get some!(My own opinion!)


Why? Because...

It's an amazing dry rub seasoning that I haven't stopped using since I discovered it just a couple of years ago!

Honestly...

Char Crust makes the most amazing seasoning blends I've had to date which is why...

I always find myself reaching inside my spice drawer for this stuff! (They come in a variety of different flavours!)


So, with that being said...

I'm sure you can guess...

Today's recipe will include some Char Crust! (If you don't have any, then use one of your most favourite spice blends then, no problem!)

So, what do I have for you exactly?

One of my favourite salads turned low carb wrap!

From this...
To that!

Low Carb Chicken Seaweed Wrap

by *CaNdY FiT*
Ingredients
  • 1 Chicken Breast (diced)
  • 2-3 tbsp Ginger Teriyaki Char Crust Seasoning (or your favourite spice blend)
  • 3/4 cup Mushrooms
  • 1 handful of Spinach
  • Chili Sauce (to taste)
  • 1/4 cup Water
  • 2 Roasted Seaweed Sheets

Instructions
  1. In a heated, lightly sprayed olive oil fry pan, add in your mushrooms
  2. Once they have browned in colour, add in your diced chicken and dry rub (of choice)
  3. Mix around and add your water (to thicken up the dry rub)
  4. Cook until your chicken has cooked, remove from heat and let cool

Optional
  • Place you chicken in a Tupperware container and put in your fridge until you're ready ready to have your wrap (depends on whether or not you want it hot or cold)

Wrapping it up
  1. On a roasted seaweed sheet, add your spinach, seasoned chicken and chili sauce
  2. Roll the goods into a wrap (starting one end finishing on the other)
  3. Close one end and leave the other open (this will prevent the goods from falling out as you eat it)
  4. Enjoy!

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Trust me...

It's super delish!

So good!

Alright...

Now it's your turn!

What recipe do you have to share with me today?


I can't wait to see what you've cooked up!

Questions FU You...

Have you ever heard of Char Crust?
What your favourite dry rub or seasoning mix?
Plans for the weekend?

Stay Tuned FU More On *CaNdY FiT*

*Char Crust did not ask me to write about them today. I just couldn't help myself from sharing the tastiness they've been bringing into my kitchen for the past two years now!*

21 comments:

  1. I've never heard of char crust but now I want some!

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  2. You get so creative with recipes--I love it. What a great week of eating you had!

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  3. All of that food looks so yummy! I use Emeril's chicken rub. It's pretty tasty!

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  4. Girl that looks so goooood! Ha. And it reminds me how much I loved seaweed wraps in HS and should go find them again.

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  5. Yum! I hope they have that stuff here in the states never seen it?

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  6. This is DEFINITELY an amazing wrap recipe! Love chicken and seaweed, so it's a perfect combination :)

    Never heard of char crust - intriguing!

    Happy Friday and weekend to ya!

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  7. i've never wrapped anything in seaweed myself but i like the looks of this!

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  8. Love this idea! I was just looking at our extra seaweed wraps after making sushi the other night... genius!

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  9. i love those wraps! crunchy salty goodness! YUM!

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  10. So much deliciousness!!! I llove seaweed wraps - My only problem is that I ALWAYS over stuff. :)

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  11. Plans for the W/E running a 5k tomorrow!

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  12. FANNNFRIGGINTASTIC IDEAAAA seriously I'm looking to get more greens and seaweed is so good, duh totally use it for a wrap. I am all about this

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  13. YUM!! I love love love seaweed. I don't eat it as much as I would like. Great idea for a wrap!

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  14. I like seaweed, but I think I'd rather use rice papers for these! I only like it in little bits - in SOME sushi wraps :)I am loving the spices and flavors!

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  15. I bet that wrap would taste fabulous with tempeh too! :)

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  16. eep! i can't get into the whole seaweed wrap/snack thing! however i totally missed the other recipes so thank you for linking to them. the sweet potato bites and bars, holy crap i want them. and pesto with PROTEIN?! FUbulously fit!

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  17. I wrap EVERYTHING and I mean EVERYTHING in nori. I luckily have a WHOLE SALE Asian market near my apartment so I can buy packs of 200 sheets of nori for a whopping $7.99!!! Such a steal and it's SOOOO good ;)

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  18. Hey! How did I miss some of your recipes! The protein frozen bananas have become a family favorite treat :)

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  19. I've never tired seaweed before. I'm kinda scared. But you do look super fab so...maybe. :) The filling sound delish!

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  20. SO MANY RECIPES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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  21. OMG the seaweed wrap looks yummmmmy!!!!
    going to try it!

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