Coconut’s Superpowers: Be careful not to judge a recipe by its coconut content! While the fat content here may seem high, the saturated fat found in coconut milk is actually easily metabolized by the body. In fact, lauric acid – a saturated fat found in the coconut milk in this Clean Eating recipe – has both antiviral and antifungal properties.
This is a great example of a Thai dish, with a delicious balance of sour, salty and sweet. Satisfying noodles really make it stick to your ribs while cilantro, lime, green onions and bean sprouts keep it light and refreshing.
A zesty peanut lime sauce is the star of these 10-minute chicken wraps. These are a perfect choice for a take-to-go lunch – simply make the salad in advance and keep refrigerated. When ready to eat, assemble in the lettuce leaves.