Shirataki n' veggies
- Servings Per Recipe: 1
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories: 27.7
- Total Fat: 0.5 g
- Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
- Sodium: 187.4 mg
- Total Carbs: 4.2 g
- Dietary Fiber: 6.6 g
- Protein: 1.2 g
IntroductionHello there ! It’s my first recipe, and my english isn’t really good, feel free to tell me if there are mistakes ! This recipe is really light and healthy ; usually I don’t like veggies without salt or sauce, and if you are like me… You’ll discover a really nice way to eat more veggies naturally ! Hello there ! It’s my first recipe, and my english isn’t really good, feel free to tell me if there are mistakes ! This recipe is really light and healthy ; usually I don’t like veggies without salt or sauce, and if you are like me… You’ll discover a really nice way to eat more veggies naturally !
- shirataki konjac noodles (google it)
- broth (I used “maggi” chicken)
- a bag of wok veggies (i used “findus” wok thai)
Of course you can cut your own veggies, it’s certainly better… And instead of shirataki, use pasta, but it’s 300 kcal instead of 3 ;)
You must to know that shirataki noodles are really HARD to find, and they are expensive. I’ve bought one pack for 4€ in a japonese grocery and they don’t taste like pasta, it’s more like calamars. But when you cook it with broth, you don’t feel the difference.
Tell me if you will try this recipe and if you liked it ! And if you want more recipes like this ! Have a nice day !!
• IF YOU USE A “HOMEMADE” BROTH : fill your stove with more than 1/4 glass of of broth.
• When the mixture shuddered. add the shirataki noodles (2 or 3 parts) and the veggies (4 or 5 handles) and if you can, cover your wok or your stove. Add salt or spices if you want.
• Let cook for 2-3 min, more if you want flabby veggies with the taste of your broth. It’s really better ! When you think it’s good, throw up the broth (or keep it in a bottle for re-use it) and … You can eat !
Serving Size: For one person
Number of Servings: 1
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user NECERTI.