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K9Owner 10-11-2011 01:54 PM

Shiratake Bowl using Miracle Noodles
 
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Shiratake Bowl using Miracle Noodles

7 oz **prepared Miracle Noodles per person
c Less Sodium chicken broth or water

Choose Your Fresh Raw Veggies
Onion
Mushrooms
Carrots
Broccoli
Bell Peppers (yellow, green, red)
Cauliflower
Napa Cabbage
Bamboo Shoots
Water Chestnuts
Sugar Peas
Bean Spouts
Others you like

Choose Your Protein of Choice
Shrimp
Pork
Beef
Chicken
Salmon
Mussels/Clams
Other Fish

Choose Your Sauce of Choice
Thai Peanut
Thai BBQ
Kikkoman Stir Fry
Black Bean
Soy
Others you like

Place veggies of choice and noodles in a bowl together.
Using a Wok or saute’ skillet, saute’ meat of choice 1st for a few seconds, then add bowl of veggies/noodles. Add cup reduced sodium chicken broth or water. Cover and cook 2 minutes on high. Add sauce of choice. Cover and cook about 5 min or until veggies are of desired tenderness.

**Prepared Miracle Noodles
Open package and place in colander. Rinse with cold water. Cover with ice water for 2 min. Drain. Boil noodles for 5 min. Drain. Rinse with cold water. Drain.



Shrimp Shiratake Bowl (serves 2)

Royal Tiger Cooked Shrimp - 71-91 Medium, 7.5 oz
Onion (Yellow) by Weight - Raw, 3 oz (28g)
Fresh / Raw - Bell Pepper, 1.35 oz
Fresh Vegetables - Red Bell Peppers Sweet Raw (Metric), 40 g raw
Grimmway Farms - Carrot Chips, 3 oz
Broccoli - Fresh Raw - by Weight, 4.38 ounces
Miracle Noodles - Angel Hair, 3 oz (85g)
Kikkoman (Preservative Free) - Stir-Fry Sauce, 3 tbsp (17g)
Great Value - Fat Free Less Sodium Chicken Broth, 0.5 cup

Nutritional Info Per serving using My Fitness Pal
Calories: 192
Fat: 1g
Carbs: 19g
Protein: 24g
Fiber: 2g
Sodium: 1065g

Esofia 10-11-2011 03:15 PM

I'd imagine tofu would work in there as well.

I'd vaguely heard of konnyaku but I hadn't realised it was calorie-free. What's it like? I can't really imagine a food that is calorie-free, let alone one being pleasant to eat! On looking it up, apparently producing it involves eggshells, so as a good little vegan I won't be eating this myself, but I remain intrigued to hear other people's experiences.

K9Owner 10-11-2011 03:32 PM

When prepared correctly and used in Asian dishes, these noodles are scrumptious! I didn't try them in dishes like American spaghetti or with an Alfredo sauce.

Munchy 10-11-2011 04:21 PM

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Originally Posted by K9Owner (Post 4067013)
When prepared correctly and used in Asian dishes, these noodles are scrumptious! I didn't try them in dishes like American spaghetti or with an Alfredo sauce.

Maybe that's why I always liked them - I make them in Asian noodle bowls or stir fry. By the way, you can pan fry them to make them like the crispy noodles you can get at a lot of different Asian restaurants.

Warning - I tried to eat an entire package (2 servings) and it does fill you up because of the expansion of the noodles.

K9Owner 10-25-2011 09:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Munchy (Post 4067052)

Warning - I tried to eat an entire package (2 servings) and it does fill you up because of the expansion of the noodles.

Yes! They do expand & when you pair them with a bunch of yummi veggies, it really satisfies you for a long time :drool:


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