My boyfriend and I have a running joke that every meal he cooks for me is the best thing he has ever made me.
Those clouds were moving in fast!
I have hiked some of Skyline Trail before but there are still miles and miles of this trail that I have not even set hiking boot on.
Today we got a little distracted from the magnificent Skyline Trail and just wanted to follow the ridge line to the west. The clouds were just so crazy gorgeous I just wanted to walk that ridge line forever.
We are so blessed living up here at six thousand feet to be above the cloud cover so many days and to have this absolutely amazing view to look at below. The people in the valley have no idea that this is what the view is above six thousand feet. It’s gorgeous. It’s majestic. It’s just awe inspiring some days.
1 package egg roll wrappers
2 Serrano chilies ( deseeded if you like it less spicy)
1/2 cup Chinese cabbage, chopped into small pieces
1/4 cup broccoli slaw
1 stalk celery, chopped up very small
1 teaspoon chopped cilantro
1 garlic clove, minced
1 tablespoon grated ginger
1 cup coconut oil
3 tablespoons cashew pieces
I pretty much add any extra veggies in my fridge to this delicious stir fry, cook some eggs, add spicy peppers, nuts and cilantro and throw the whole thing in an eggroll.
Oh and then I deep fry it, because, well, we can’t be healthy all the time.
Did you know coconut oil is amazing for deep frying? It makes everything from chicken drumsticks to donuts taste amazing. Plus if you have left overs the coconut glamour is more intense the second day!
Combine all the veggies with about a tablespoon coconut oil and stir fry. Add the grated ginger and the garlic. Scramble in the eggs and add the cashews and cilantro to the top.
Lay out the egg roll wrappers with left over egg on the side and a pastry brush. Rub egg all over the sides of each eggroll wrapper. Put a line of veggies in the middle and roll it up carefully, tucking in the edges, burrito style. Fry these eggrolls in the coconut oil.
I serve these with a sweet chili sauce,