This recipe came from Women’s Health magazine – they often have recipes with only a few ingredients which I think is a great idea, but I must say, I think this is the first one that I’ve actually tried!
The taster grilled some flank steak (all meat HAS to be organic or grass-fed since seeing Food Inc) while I prepared the sauce. It consisted of the juice of one lime, squirt of sriracha and about 1 Tbsp of fish sauce. Gently heated on the stove and poured over the sliced meat.
For the wraps I had some bibb lettuce, carrots, napa cabbage, green peppers, red onions and sliced jalapeno’s. I unfortunately forgot the cilantro which was kind of a bummer, I know I would have loved them that much more!
Served with a side of grilled sweet potatoes (an idea from Gina). These were AWESOME! I will be grilling my sweet potatoes from now on…until the temperature drops to “below grilling levels”, which in Minnesota could be very soon 😦
I love dinners like these, they are easy, simple and don’t leave you feeling stuffed and full. This meal however had a little too much sriracha and also left us with burning mouths…always worth it though!
Do you have a go-to light dinner favorite? I need some more of these in my repertoire!