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RECIPE: Sriracha Ginger Lime Chicken with Zucchini & Tomatoes over “Fried Quinoa”

RECIPE: Sriracha Ginger Lime Chicken with Zucchini & Tomatoes over “Fried Quinoa”


Think you can’t make a delicious meal with canned chicken? Try this delicious southeast Asian Fusion recipe out for size.

Here’s what you’ll need for the chicken dish!  (Prepare the Fried Quinoa beforehand if you’re going to serve it with the chicken! [it’s not really fried, but it’s a modified recipe of how to make chinese fried rice])


1 tablespoon butter
1/3 cup diced Zucchini
1 12oz canned chicken breast, drained of water
2-3 tablespoons cooking oil
2 tablespoons diced green onions
2 tablespoon sliced red onions
1/2 tomato cut in thirds
2 tablespoons Simply Asia sweet ginger garlic seasoning (ground ginger, sesame seeds, black sesame seeds, pakrika, soy sauce, garlic & onion powder)
1/4 lime
2 tablespoons Sriracha sauce


  1. Melt 1 tablespoon butter in a saucepan or wok on high heat
  2. Add in diced zucchini and cook for 2-3 minutes or until it is almost cooked and about to crisp golden brown
  3. Add in chicken breast and cooking oil, stir and sauté for 1 minute
  4. Add red and green onions, ginger garlic seasoning, Sriracha, and squeeze lime over chicken in pan. Stir for one minute
  5. Add in tomatoes and sear for another 2-3 minutes until ingredients are blended and some of chicken shreds begin to brown and crisp.
  6. Remove from pan and serve immediately


Chinese Fried Quinoa

  1. Heat 1-1.5 cups quinoa dry in a pot for 1-2 minutes to slightly toast on medium heat.
  2. Then for 1 part quinoa, add 1 part water (or guesstimate the water should be twice as high as the quinoa. Boil covered for 7 minutes or until almost fully cooked
  3. Add 2 tablespoons coarsely chopped green onion tips (1 inch length)
  4. Add 1 egg beaten and blended with milk. Dig a hole in the quinoa to the bottom of pot and pour egg in, stirring every 30 seconds until egg has cooked and blended evenly into quinoa.
  5. Add 2-3 tablespoons oyster sauce (or mushroom sauce) to taste

NHP Options Framework – Fatal Error

NHP Options is a great plugin but it BREAKS YOUR WORDPRESS TONS if:

1) You try to activate the plugin without adding the activation code in your functions.php file:

 get_template_part('nhp', 'options'); 

2) If you try to use it with certain themes that call a similarly named function: of_admin_head

You see THEME CANNOT BE ACTIVATED FATAL ERROR    or     Cannot redeclare of_admin_head() (previously declared in 

To fix, go to your wordpress PLUGINS folder -> options-framework -> open options-framework.php -> search (cmd+F on mac or cntl+F on PC) for of_admin_head (i found it on line 316 and 319) and rename them both to anything else. I just used of_admin_head_1. Save and reupload file to your plugins, this will resolve the conflict.

note: you will have to remember to re-update this if you upgrade the theme.. so maybe highlight the text where you changed and take a screenshot to keep for memory!

3) You try and SWITCH WORDPRESS THEMES with NHP Options activated. IT WILL BREAK YOUR SITE.

First you have to deactivate the plugin, THEN switch themes, copy over: nhp-options.php + options folder, and reactivate. If you have accidentally broken your site before having a chance to deactivate, simply access your site via FTP -> navigate to plugins folder, rename options-framework to anything else temporarily (like options-framework1) and that will let you back into wordpress because you changed the folder name so it wont be able to access it.

WooCommerce PRODUCTS menu disappears with Custom Post Types Plugin (Conflict)

I’ve racked my brain over this twice now for lengths at a time (I forgot the solution from the first time). When I add a custom post type using WP-Types or Custom Post Types UI, suddenly the ability to add products to WooCommerce disappears. I thought this was a plugin conflict at first, or possibly a conflict with my WP Roots Bootstrap theme. But NO!


WooCommerce PRODUCTS menu disappears because it is using the same MENU POSITION number as the default custom post type menu position. WooCommerce could probably fix this painful headache if they chose a different number! So, double check your custom post type settings, and try a different number (between 5-100).. like 20, or 100. Play with it:

Setting the “Menu position” (integer) for each custom post type:

Default: null – defaults to below Comments
5 – below Posts
10 – below Media
15 – below Links
20 – below Pages
25 – below comments
60 – below first separator
65 – below Plugins
70 – below Users
75 – below Tools
80 – below Settings
100 – below second separator

RECIPE: Aromatic Truffle-like Omelet Crepe with Garlic and Havarti Cheese [Vegetarian]

[Photo to come. Sorry! I ate it before I could take a photo and realized too late omg]

I don’t know why but this omelet tasted like truffle oil and basil (neither of which were in here)!!

Serves 1


  • 1/2 clove garlic chopped
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 2 beaten eggs
  • 1/4 handful baby greens / arugula blend to sprinkle
  • 1 slice Havarti cheese.


Pre-heat nonstick saucepan to medium heat, add butter and garlic till simmer (about 45 seconds). Add in 2 beaten eggs, then sprinkle some greens over (Sorrento mix from TJ’s) and add 1 inch shreds of havarti cheese on top (so good!).

Cook for 2 minutes, crack salt and pepper over and fold/roll your omelet crepe and serve.

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