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  • v LUC7KY
    In reading about YOU..... I see everything that's happening to me..... a drop of 60 pounds to uhhh OHHhh we're having a baby. I would love to be your friend. I want to keep hope that I can be a healhy, fit, and pregnant. HOPEFULLY My weight drops off that fast too. emoticon
    2923 days ago
    Hey! :)

    The "recipe" per your request. Since it was made up I don't know the precise measurements, but I'd say do what looks good to your tastes and it should work out. I also made a single serving for myself, so it doesn't take into account multiple eaters. :)

    3 skinless chicken tenderloins, sliced lengthwise (about 3-4 slices each)
    1 egg, beaten
    1/4 cup coconut flour (more if needed)
    salt and pepper (to season the flour)
    1/4 cup (estimated) Extra Virgin olive oil
    1/4 cup (estimated) balsamic vinegar
    1 serrano pepper, sliced into circles
    1/2 fresh tomato
    1/2 fresh avocado
    Sesame oil
    Boston lettuce leaves - as many as you want!

    1. Heat the olive oil until a sprinkle of flour sizzles when dropped in.
    2. Dredge the chicken pieces in the beaten egg and then coat with the flour, shaking to remove the excess.
    3. Drop the chicken into the oil, adding some drops of sesame oil to taste.
    4. While the chicken cooks, you can prepare the reduction. Place the vinegar in a saucepan or frying pan, add the sliced serrano, and put on medium heat - it should bubble and simmer. Leave it until it reduces in quantity by about half. Keep an eye on it - I was worried it might burn if I left it unattended too long. It will be syrupy and thick when ready. I think it could about 5 minutes or so.
    4. Once the chicken is browned on one size, flip and finish on the other side. Drain on paper towels to soak up the extra oil. Drizzle with honey while the chicken is still hot, but not too much!
    5. Place the leaves on a plate; I made a pile.
    6. Arrange the chicken pieces, avocado pieces, and tomato slices next to the leaves.
    7. Place the balsamic reduction in a little bowl on the plate.
    8. Fill/layer the ingredients in the lettuce leaves however you want. Drizzle the vinegar as desired.

    Tell me what you think if you try it! :)

    2991 days ago
    I loved your comments...even two months later :) Hope all is well in your neck of the woods! I feel so out of touch on SP these days - I mostly stick to my phone tracker and only occasionally log in for real. Alas! Have a Happy Spring! :)
    3363 days ago
    I was insane, but I did it.
    3425 days ago
    I just read your last 4 blogs and really enjoyed them. Congratulations on the new baby girl- I have one myself (25 months) and it's been an amazing journey. Keep up the good work!
    3611 days ago
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