March 07 2017 – Lexi Soukoreff
We're always on the look out for healthy recipes that help calm the body, reduce anxiety and give a feeling of fullness when finished. When we posted our article on Denby Royal last week, we weren't expecting to get so many questions about the food photo!
Here's the delicious recipe that all of you were wanting to try out. "Just like sleep, feeding ourselves shouldn't be a chore we fit in between activities" says Royal. This is a habit that us, along with you and your busy schedules, are guilty of at some point. Taking the time to chew our food, savour the bites and slow down life for a moment or two, can mean the difference between an anxiety ridden, rushed day and a calm, purposeful 24 hours.
Thanks Denby for sharing!
Cabbage Noodles with Ground Beef/Bison (serves two)
1 lb. Ground Beef/bison
1 Small Head Cabbage, cut into strips
1/4 cup coconut aminos
1 tbsp toasted sesame oil per bowl
1/2 cup chopped green onion for garnish
1 tsp za'atar, for garnish
In large skillet add the ground beef or bison. Spread in bottom of pan and break ups the larger chucks. Lightly brown the ground meat then top with the cabbage noodles and cooked covered and undisturbed over-medium heat for 10 mins. Remove the lid and mix in the cabbage noodles and coconut aminos with the beef and cook until the cabbage is tender. Portion it off into bowls and drizzle each bowl with the toasted sesame oil and garnish each bowl with the green onions and za'atar.