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I just finished eating this and have claimed planned-overs for lunch! I got it from the WW Core board but I don't remember who posted it, unfortunately.

 

1 bag cole slaw mix (cabbage, carrots, etc.)

1 TBS canola oil

Soy sauce, to taste

1/2 tsp garlic powder

1/2 tsp ginger powder

1/2 tsp Chinese five-spice powder OR allspice

Salt and pepper to taste

 

Add-ins: 1.5 lb of your choice of cooked tofu, meat, poultry, or seafood; and your choice of canned, drained water chestnuts, snow peas, canned hearts of palm, canned bamboo shoots, snow peas, etc.

 

Saute slaw mix in canola oil until it cooks down. Add soy sauce and spices; saute a bit longer, then add your choice of add-ins.

 

Serves 4-6

 

I used a blend of cabbage, carrots and red cabbage, chicken breast, water chestnuts and the allspice. Next time I will cook the cabbage a little less and add another can of water chestnuts. This is definitely a keeper - a new tried and true!


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Thank you Paris!! I cannot wait to try this!! I LOVE egg rolls! I'll be making me some core chinese food SOON!


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It sounds delicious! Thanks, Paris!


Diane

 

237 - 1/3/6

198.8 - 12/30/08

 

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I tried this and it was good. Leftovers today in fact!


Sue

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I added onions, celery and water chestnuts to mine. For dinner I had it over brown rice and for lunch I had it with iceburg lettuce leaves for lettuce wraps. I also used fresh pressed garlic.

 

Very good! I love this recipe!

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I made this mix and it was fantabulous - I added water chesnuts, a can of shitake mushrooms and a handful of edamame. I also used fresh ginger and garlic!

 

Ooh Rah! Had it for dinner and the rest for breakfast the next am ;)

 

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Mmm mmm sounds good! I'll add the ingrediants to next week's shopping list.


Lifetime as of November 21, 2005 & getting back to goal!

 

HW - 185

GW - 145

CW - 158

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I made it and it was good. I think next time I am going to add celery and bean sprouts to it along with some baby shrimp. Yummy!


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'cause I wanna see my kids grow up!

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High weight while pregnant 300

CW 278

Down 12lbs so far

Working on getting back down to thin!

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This looks exceptional... :bcb_smile

 

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BUMP

 

WOW.. this dish is amazing..

 

I added an onion, can of waterchestnuts, pea pods and bean sprouts.. in a few of my ziplocks I added bits of beef strips..

 

 

WOW.. this totally hits the "greasychinesefood" craving.. without all the grease.. and with ALL the veggies!!


Jackie ~SW: 160/CW:155/GW: 130

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This is excellent! :bcb_up I used fresh ginger and garlic, allspice, celery, onions, dried red peppers, bean sprouts and sugar snap peas. I was thawing chicken for dinner so I sliced the breast very thin and sauteed it in PAM w/ a tablespoon of sweet chili sauce. Oh my, unbelievably good!


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LOL.. I know.. it's incredible eh?? I made 4 ziplocks of it.. had it for lunch 3days this week and once for dinner. I"m kind of sad that i'ts finished :(

 

 

This will definately get made every couple weeks.. WOW.. thanks:salut


Jackie ~SW: 160/CW:155/GW: 130

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I had it for lunch and dinner and I plan on doing the same today. The variations are limitless! :bcb_bigsm

 

Last night I ate it with some grilled squid. Talk about a low cal meal....wow!


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This is just excellent. I made it tonight with tofu and water chestnuts and an onion. Next time I will use more soy sauce and onions and make it with chicken. Thanks for posting this recipe.


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Current Weight: 203.5

My Goal Weight: 180

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Tried it.

Found out that I don't like the Chinese 5 spice powder...:bcb_yuck: The whole thing went in the garbage.

Will try it again without the 5 spice.

It sure looked good. :bcb_up


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GW: 145

 

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Has anyone freezed this?


Lifetime as of November 21, 2005 & getting back to goal!

 

HW - 185

GW - 145

CW - 158

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I didnt freeze it - my husband finished it off the same day. I am not sure how cabbage would hold up in the freezer. I used the allspice in my recipe because I wasnt able to find the Chinese 5 Spice. I liked the spices fine but I am not good at cooking tofu and I know it will taste even better with chicken or steak strips the next time.


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Starting Weight: 237

Current Weight: 203.5

My Goal Weight: 180

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This was excellent!

I cooked my onions and celery in the oil first, added the spices, soy sauce and waterchestnuts and then shrimp and lastly the cabbage mix for a quick cook. It was low in points and fantastic!:bcb_up:bcb_up


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CW: 147 (7/19/2010)

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Tried this yesterday and did not really like the allspice. I will either decrease the amount or leave it out next time. Of course that could change tonight when I have the leftovers...will have to wait and see.

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I made this with the brocolli slaw (+cabbage and carrot mixture), bamboo shoots and waterchesnuts.

 

Didn't have any meat or tofu, but a toasted/chopped veggie burger was GREAT!

 

Put on a TBS. of House Of Tsang's Spicy Schezchuan Sauce...(1 WAP) which put the flavors over-the-top! :bcb_grin

 

A keeper. :bcb_up


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Will be making this tonight, I think, instead of my farmer's market gazpacho. I'm excited with all these rave reviews!


Lifetime as of November 21, 2005 & getting back to goal!

 

HW - 185

GW - 145

CW - 158

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So, I had the leftovers and still don't really like the allspice. Next time, I will leave it out and add some onions and maybe carrots...the variations are endless!

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Tried it this past week. It was good.

I used a can of chicken, next time its fresh chicken or meat, not canned.

Didn't like the texture of the chicken but the rest was awesome.

 

Thanks for sharing this. It really helped cure the Chinese food craving I was having.

 

Dawn


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