Friday, January 20, 2012

And let there be MOCO

This is our first real blog post, the last was just a placeholder.  Please be gentle.
 So me, (Sean) and Phil picked up Keelan from work. Big surprise, he was hungry. We decided to whip up a loco moco with a twist: almond flour dusted chicken with a thai green curry sauce.
A loco moco is a traditional Hawaiian favorite that consists of rice, over easy eggs, two beef patties smothered in gravy.  We're told this is the best thing to eat before a long day of surf; Phil just eats it recreationally.
We changed a few things around, gotta watch our figures ;) I substituted the rice with steamed cauliflower to keep it low carb.  Keelan and Phil switched up the white rice for brown rice.
It was surprisingly easy to cook up, even with Keelan darting between the pots.  Just a simple process of dusting the chicken, browning it in coconut oil and finishing it in the oven.  Phil made the curry sauce with Fresh and Easy Thai green curry (can you say sponsor? Seriously, what don't we get there?) mixed with sauteed garlic, carrots, onions and coconut milk.
                                                       (^Phil, founder of Co-Spoonfools)

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