Asian Chicken Slaw Recipe

From Pinterest recipe to MY OWN!  I love love love the Asian chicken salads from many of our well know restaurants.  But lets face it, they are high in fat, calories, points, carbs, etc–no to mention the portion sizes are way too big!

I want to eat and enjoy not regret and wish I could forget!  So here’s my attempt (a successful one in my opinion) at a healthy version of one of my favorites!

For those who made the request for the recipe, I hope you all enjoy (sorry it took so long)!  And this time I shared what I made. 馃檪

Asian Chicken Slaw
Ingredients
Calories
Carbs
Fat
Protein
Fiber
Organic Chicken Breast – Chicken Breast Skinless Boneless , 12 oz
480
0
7
96
0
Trader Joe’s – Snow Peas, 1 container (3 cup (85g) ea.)
105
18
0
6
6
Trader Joe’s – Organic Broccoli Slaw, 5 cup
100
20
0
8
8
Trader Joe’s – Asian Spicy Peanut Salad Dressing, 6 Tbsp
210
24
12
3
0
Trader Joe’s – Sweet Chili Sauce, 3 tbsp
75
18
0
0
0
Huy Fong Foods – Chili Garlic Sauce , 30 g (1 tsp)
0
0
0
0
0
Trader Joe’s – Low Sodium Soy Sauce, 3 tbsp
45
6
0
0
0
Trader Joe’s – Sesame Seeds, 0.25 oz – 28g
40
2
3
1
1
(WW 3 PointsPlus)
Total:
1,055
88
22
114
15
Per Serving:
132
11
3
14
2

With chopped almonds (WW 5 PointsPlus)
Trader Joe’s Nuts – Raw Almonds, 1 cup
640
24
56
24
12
Total Per Serving:
212
14
10
17
3
Instructions:
  •          Shred chicken breasts with fork (like pulled pork shreds)
  •          Combine broccoli slaw, snow peas and shredded chicken in a bowl (in my case, for easy clean up, a large Ziploc bag. 
  •          In a measuring cup combine 录 cup TJ鈥檚 Asian Spicy Peanut dressing, 录 cup TJ鈥檚 sweet chili sauce, 录 cup TJ鈥檚 low sodium soy sauce, tablespoon of chili garlic sauce (sirracha works too, more if you like it spicy), and heaping tablespoon of sesame seeds.  Whisk thoroughly until combined.
  •          Pour half of the dressing mixture over the slaw mix and combine.  If serving immediately add the remainder of the dressing.  If storing for use later, save half of the dressing to dress as used. 
  •          Chop almonds up and top with 1 serving of slaw mix. NOTE: only add almonds if you are serving immediately.  If storing for later use, add almonds as served. 

         I served mine over about 1 cup of shredded cabbage (this is where some of the extra dressing comes in handy)
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         One serving of slaw is about 1 cup.