Cooking with Aunt LaLa: TLC Chicken Wraps and Grams Slaw

This is my first ever cooking post! So bear... bare... (whatever) with me! It was so hard getting in the groove of cooking only to remember "crap, I didn't take a picture of the wrappers" But don't worry I wasn't above getting them out of the trash can! Don't worry they were on top and I know that my blogger friends would love the photos! So.. first up:


TLC Chicken Wraps created by Aunt LaLa

Ingredients:

  • 3 boneless chicken breast frozen
  • lemon pepper salt (approx 1 tsp per chicken breast)
  • coarse black pepper (depending on your taste)
  • 1 bottle of Kikkoman teriyaki base and glaze
  • 1/2 bunch of fresh cilantro
  • 2 tablespoons of lime juice
  • 4 regular home style tortilla shells (the burrito or regular size)
Directions:

Makes 4 wraps
Preheat oven to 425 -450 (depending on your oven)
Season Chicken breast with your lemon pepper salt and the coarse black pepper

place in oven for approx 45-55 minutes. 

Take chicken out of oven pour just a drizzle of your teriyaki and poke just a few holes in the chicken.
I know its more then a drizzle...LOL...I love teriyaki

Turn oven off and replace chicken into oven
 
While the chicken is in the oven get your 1/2 bunch of cilantro and lime juice mix those ingredients into a small ball

warm tortilla shells according to package

Take chicken out of oven. I cut the chicken into strip but at a angle and thin.

Put chicken in a bowl and add a good amount of teriyaki. This is where it becomes your own - I love sauce so mine chicken was covered mmm.. (Notice the drizzle..)

After you mix the chicken placed the chicken in your wraps, add your cilantro-lime mix, fold or roll and enjoy


Grams Slaw

Ingredients:
For the coleslaw:
1 package- coleslaw
1 bunch- green onions
1/2 package- sunflower seed
1 package- beef flavor ramen noodles (crunched by hand)
1 package- slivered almonds

For the dressing:
1/2 cup oil
1/2 cup vinegar
1/2 cup sugar or Splenda

Directions:
Mix coleslaw, onions, sunflower seeds, almonds, and crunched ramen noodles in a mixing bowl.

Mix oil, vinegar, and sweetener into a plastic sealable container. Shake well to mix. Pour over coleslaw and toss in a bowl.

Just before serving, add the beef flavoring from the noodles with the coleslaw and mix with the ingredients in the bowl.

This was SO yummy! The hubby thought so too! :)
Hubby Approved! :)

Comments

  1. LOOKS AWESOME I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE SOME IM SURE IT WILL BE DAD APPROVED LOVE YA

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  2. Mmmmm, looks great Lala! Good job!

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  3. Mmmmm, looks great Lala! Good job!

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  4. Looks good! I'm gonna have to try this, I know darling daughter #1 would enjoy this for dinner.

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  5. Oh this looks divine!!! I'm so putting this in my recipe bank.

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