Chipotle Lime Coleslaw Turkey Rachel

Chipotle Lime Coleslaw Turkey Rachel

Leftover thanksgiving turkey that you’re getting sick of? Here is a way to mix things up for a zesty open faced sandwich.

Macros

127cal (makes 2 servings)

3.5C | 8F | 17P | 1Fib

Bread & Cheese not included

Ingredients:

  • 85g raw coleslaw mix
  • 10g Horseradish brown mustard
  • 15g Primal Kitchen, chipotle lime mayo
  • 5g white wine vinegar
  • Celery salt – to taste
  • Black pepper – to taste
  • 140g roasted thanksgiving turkey

1. In a bowl mix together coleslaw, brown mustard, white wine vinegar, chipotle lime mayo, celery salt and pepper.

2. Layer coleslaw over turkey on top of your choice of bread. Open faced sandwiches cut your carbs but still allow you to enjoy the flavor of your favorite bread. Add Swiss cheese to make it an official “Rachel” sandwich. I am trying dairy free right now so I skipped that add-on.

Vegan “Cheese” Sauce

Vegan “Cheese” Sauce

I bought nutritional yeast flakes and so I’m writing a series of recipes that use them up. I am loving it!

This was an easy recipe that adds a lot of flavor to basically anything you want to put it on.

Makes 6 servings of sauce

119 Calories | 6.2C, 6.4F, 9.2P, 4.9Fib (Macros for just for the sauce)

Ingredients

  • 28g coconut oil
  • 320g unsweetened almond milk
  • 2g ground cumin
  • 2g ground paprika
  • 2g chili powder
  • 1g black pepper
  • Lemon juice
  • 100g nutritional yeast flakes (adds the nutty/cheesy flavor)
  • Salt to taste at time of serving
  • How to:
    1. In a pot, measure out oil.

    1. In the same pot, add almond milk or milk of choice.

    1. Place on stove and begin to simmer.

    1. Once at a simmer, add spices and lemon juice.

    Simmer for about 2 mins (enough time to wash a few dishes or begin to cook a spaghetti squash).
    1. Add nutritional yeast flakes.

    1. Whisk the mixture so there are no chunks of yeast.

    Let thicken for about 1-3 minutes.
    1. Portion or serve.

I added this to spaghetti squash (still vegan) and then I added ground turkey (not vegan but delicious!)