IntroductionFall and Winter I want something soupy but not a soup to serve over rice. Fall and Winter I want something soupy but not a soup to serve over rice.
*Beef - Stew Meat - Cubed - 4 oz raw, 4 serving (remove)
Raw Tomato (Medium, whole), 2 serving (remove)
Bell peppers (Green, Red, Yellow, Orange), 0.5 cup (remove)
*sweet yellow onion, raw (1 medium onion), 2 serving (remove)
Spinach, fresh, 1 package (10 oz) (remove)
*Badia complete seasoning, 4 tsp (remove)
*McCormick Salad Toppins, garden vegetable, 3 gram(s) (remove)
White Rice, short grain, cooked, 4 cup (remove)
*Soup, LIPTON, RECIPE SECRETS ONION, Mix, Dry, 1 serving (remove)
* eight tablespoons EVOO
*Knorr caldo de tomate con sabor de pollo, 2 serving (remove) (1 serving is 1/2 of a cube)
*Dale's Steak Seasoning, 28 tbsp (remove)(NOTE: DALE'S IS NOT IN THE INGREDIENT LIST USED TO CALCULATE NUTRITION INFORMATION - WITH THE DALE'S NUTRITION HAS 4843MG SODIUM. SINCE WE ARE POURING THE VINEGAR AND STEAK SEASONING OFF BEFORE COOKING THE MEAT THIS INCORRECTLY INFLATES THE SODIUM LEVEL)
Vinegar - Natural Rice Vinegar (Nakano), 28 tbsp (remove)
ok, when I planned this with lipton soup and knorrs tomato and chicken boullion this is over twice my sodium level for the day (4843.1mg) - eye opener!!! lets take out the lipton soup and 1/2 the Knorrs. That only took it to 45xxmg of sodium. Let's take out the dales...ok found the culprit - Dale's, sodium went down to 270 mg. Now here is my thinking - I am only marinating the meat then pouring the vinegar and steak seasoning off before adding the meat - so - I am not really getting 42xxmg of sodium when I eat one serving. Add Lipton back to the recipe list and we're at 338mg sodium per serving.
Serving Size: Makes 8 3/4 cup servings
Number of Servings: 8
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user OLD-NACL.