I love to experiment--especially when the amount of leftovers awaiting us in the fridge and freezer gets to critical mass. Or something like that.
I don't eat out anymore, and so the hubs and kiddo don't get to very often either, and we ALL really miss good ol' Springfield "Chinese" Cashew Chicken. Alas, that's a huge no-no for me anymore.
So after several days of leftover pork, chicken, and beef dishes, I figured my little family would like something new. So I fried up some cauliflower rice and made a pretty convincing "cashew sauce" (Sans cashews--just cuz I didn't have any), and I made these yummy little fried...things.
I threw all the meat and veggies from the fridge together and added eggs and fresh-ground almond flour. It took a little experimenting to get the right thickness so they wouldn't fall apart when I fried them, but we were all quite pleased with the turnout!
Sorry, no pics of the entire meal...I've been trying to NOT take pics at the table lately. Celia glares at me when I do. :)
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