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We're on a new high-protein low-carb diet, with minimums for protein and free veggie carbs... so while this would normally serve 6 with added rice, we're eating 1.5 servings of this alone for our family of 4.
Also, mainly I am sharing my recipes to just let my family members do their own tracking. If it works for you, great, if not, feel free to leave constructive criticism on how to improve it, but please be gentle.Submitted by MRLDCTYGRL
This is mich lower in sodium than found in Chinese restaurants and my family and friends think it's much better!Submitted by BEVERLEAF
My best friend's Chinese-American Mom made this whenever one of her six kids fell sick so we call this "Ancient Chinese Secret Soup." It has antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties and the spice really opens up your sinuses when you're stuffed up. I think it's important that your stock is high quality (mine is an unsalted brown chicken stock that has been simmered overnight in a 200 deg oven with bones and de-fatted--very healthy with intense roasted chicken flavor). However, if you have nausea and GI upset, use a light broth and 2 chicken breasts instead and lose the spicy stuff. Ginger is excellent for nausea. Submitted by EXENEC
I had a bunch of cartons of rice from Chinese takeout in the freezer and some vegetables I wanted to use before they aged. Adapted this from several recipes on the internet. I'm not much of a rice fan (as evidenced from my freezer's contents) but I think very immodestly that this beats any fried rice I've had out. It's totally due to the sesame oil and ginger. Submitted by EXENEC