Recipe Review: Thai Chicken Cups

Recipe Review: Thai Chicken Cups
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Paleo Thai Chicken Wraps

Paleo Thai Chicken Wraps

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This weeks recipe is Thai Chicken Wraps, the Recipe is from Paleo Plan, which I have to say is one of my ultimate favorite sites for recipes when I’m in a pinch.

Recipe Score (1-10) : 8!

Recipe Review: Thai Chicken Cups

This was extremely easy to make, in fact I couldn’t believe how easy it was! A few chops here, and some pan searing there and you have yourself an easy meal! Plus you can even make a little extra for leftovers, because the veggies and chicken are easy to refrigerate and trust me it still tasted amazing. The only downside to this entire recipe was the fact that I had a hard time finding Coconut amino acids for my peanut sauce. I should have known Trader Joe’s would have them, but I sadly took my first trip to Safeway on account of the short amount of time I had to make dinner. For those of you not familiar with Coconut amino acids, this is just a fancy way of saying Paleo Soy Sauce. It has great flavor and can even be used to make your own jerky.

Thai Chicken Wraps: Recipe

Makes dinner for two, with leftovers for lunch.

Approximate cooking time: 25 minutes


  • 1 lb boneless, skinless chicken breasts
  • 12 Bibb or Romaine lettuce leaves
  • 4 Napa cabbage leaves, thinly chopped
  • 1 cup raw broccoli, finely chopped
  • 1 large carrot, shredded
  • 3 green onions, thinly sliced
  • cilantro

Thai Sauce:

  • 1/4 cup almond butter
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2 Tbs coconut aminos (taste like soy sauce)
  • 2 Tbs lime juice (or the juice of 1 lime)
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced


  1. Grill chicken breasts and dice into 1/2″ cubes.
  2. Wash lettuce leaves and spread out on a plate (reserve half the leaves for leftovers).
  3. Fill with chicken, broccoli, napa cabbage, carrots, green onions and cilantro.
  4. Drizzle with Thai Sauce.
  5. Reserve leftover filling mixture for lunch the next day, but wait to fill lettuce leaves until serving.


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A little more about Natasha Hawkins...

Experience: Division 1 Fastpitch Softball player at San Jose State. Degree: B.S in Marketing and Advertising Certifications: Certified Level 1 CrossFit Trainer Interests: She loves the way the brain works and how personalities and attitude can create a warrior of an athlete that will always persevere and make success for themselves. While she is not a certified nutritionist she studies and practices the Paleo diet and Zone eating. Quirk: I am an avid archer and hunter. Yup, it's true. I have shot archery since I could walk, and hunted with my Dad since I was born. I also have a sister (Cheridan Hawkins) who is a stud pitcher for the Oregon Ducks Softball Team and is on the Junior Olympic Team. My youngest sister Charli Hawkins trains with me at CrossFit and is also a catcher on the 12U California Grapettes. Follow Natasha on Twitter: @NatashaBHawkins

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