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Whereas, my recipe is a mix of what ingredients were on sale at Diablo Foods and some guidance from my sister, Sabrina, who is a healthier cook than I am.
Sabrina, my younger sis, is the first one to serve me a superior version of this gluten free dinner bowl.
Here's an easy gluten free dinner that I served him on Wednesday night:
Gluten Free Asian Food Dinner Bowl
pre-cooked brown or white rice
1/2 pound pre-cooked ground turkey
1/4 cup raw shredded carrots
1/3 English cucumber cut into matchsticks
1/4 cup rinsed mung bean sprouts
1/4 cup light soy sauce
2 TB powdered sugar
2 fried eggs
2 TB canola oil
1/2 TB toasted sesame seeds
1 TB sliced green onion
1/4 tsp sesame oil
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Step 1: Mix powdered sugar and soy sauce in a medium sized bowl.
Step 2: Reheat rice and cooked turkey in microwave.
Step 3: Fry the eggs in canola oil.
Step 4: Layer the rice and protein topped with raw veggies into a bowl.
Allow each diner to pour as much or as little sauce on top of his/her serving.
Note: This can be made without turkey or eggs and substituted with plant protein such as tofu for vegan diets.
The result? The glory of texture! The contrast of hot and soft with cool and crisp! A delight for the eyes. Bright orange and fresh green! Elegant silver sprouts in a sweet dark sauce!
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In Tyra Banks's Modelland, this is what would appear in Eatz for me! I'm reading this book, Modelland, for summer. Banks's characters may prefer pomegranate juice-drenched oysters or neverending whipped cream but I'd ask for this gluten free dinner every day, three times a day.