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This fried rice is mostly veggies with lots of protein and fiber. The sodium can be reduced easily by substituting low sodium soy sauce. I serve this with baked salmon.
A quick meal I cook for the whole family, mixed frozen vegetables and frozen seafood with a few condiments cooked in my large cast iron wok, one of my favorite kitchen implements.
Use last night's leftovers in a Vietnamese Dish. (definitely not for those avoiding sodium)
Not being very fond of the fish sauce, love the soup base and lots of veggies. So, this is my own version of Tom Yum Kung soup:) Enjoy!
A sweet and spicy dish low in calories and high in flavor, to be eaten family style.
Note: this recipe is just my interpretation of the delicious dish I've eaten in restaurants. The restaurant version is much better, but since I don't speak Korean, this is my best guess as to how to make it.
Great Asian Salmon recipe I originally found at http://sushifabush.tumblr.com/post/1213960
Has a bit of sugar so can be a bit carby, but still a tasty option.
Directions on Can
Add 1 T sesame oil to wok heat to med high heat, add onions, celery, snow peas, carrots, brocoli, rehydrated shiriitaki mushrooms cook until still crisp. Move veges to a bowl. Heat 1 T sesame oil add chicken cook unitl done add cooked veges back and add shitataki noodles and heat thouroghly.
If you use a sweetened peanut butter, omit the brown sugar (or greatly reduce it). Mine had no added sugar.
You can add whatever vegetables you like.
Red Wine or Rice vinegar can be used instead of Cider.
If the peanut butter sauce is too runny, add some cornstarch and microwave for 1 min, then stir.