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What You Need:
Chicken, Tofu or Shrimp
2-3 Eggs
Fresh Basil
Panko Breading
Sweet Thai Chili Sauce
Oyster Sauce
Olive Oil or Coconut Oil
Three Bowls, A Frying Pan or Two, A Stove Top, And An Hour

Put flour in one bowl, eggs in another and panko breading in another. In that order. Cut up your chicken or dried out tofu into small chunks. In a big bowl mix up some sweet chili sauce, a little oyster sauce and salt and pepper (you're going to have to taste it to figure out your preference on the sauce ratio. That's how I'm gonna make you learn how to cook). Lay all of your basil leaves on top of each other then roll em up like a sleeping bag. Slice the roll into tiny ribbons by cutting down the line like a sushi roll. Put these in the panko breading. Put a few tablespoons of oil in your pans (if you have more than one this will go faster) you will be adding more so keep it out. You don't want a lot of oil because it will spit at you and burn you. Especially if it's too hot so have it on a medium-low.

Now for the dirty messy part:
Dunk your protein in the flour and coat it. Hop it on over to the eggs and give it a bath. Then plop it in the panko breading and set it down in the pan. Get it on both sides. You want it golden brown. Do this to all your chunks until you fill the pan and just keep flippin em over and pullin em out setting them on your plate. I use a fork to flip em.
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Nacho Salad

Taco salad? Nah, Nacho Salad!

This is super easy. Make nachos however you normally would. I get organic chips and put on two servings (about 10 chips per serving. Just checkout the bag to find out for certain) onto foil on a cookie sheet and preheat the oven to 350. Then I sprinkle about 1-2 ounces of vegan cheese (I like Daiya and So Delicious brand) and add my favorite toppings: Beyond Beef vegan Beef Crumbles made from pea protein, Black beans, chopped onion and jalapenos. Bake them for about 5-10min and then put them on top of lettuce. Don't bother with Iceberg lettuce. There is very little nutrients in them. I like Red Leaf Lettuce, Spinach, Romaine, Rainbow Chard, Kale and then put on about 2 tbs of Guacamole and 2Tbs of Salsa. Add Sour Cream if you like or vegan sour cream such as Toffuti (get the blue one. The other kinds are not good) but measure your serving. Super Delicious!


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