New Year Noodle Recipe Under 150 calories
Is it possible to have a dish this big and still be under 150 calories? Well, yes it is!
It’s the New Year and you want to make a fresh start right? What better way to do that by starting with this recipe right here. You may even make this recipe to be under 80 calories if you take out the meat. I like to include meat in my recipe, because I workout a lot and can use any extra lean protein. But, if you’re a vegan…you may add extra veggies to this dish and take out the turkey. You may also add in GMO Free Tofu.
What makes this dish so low in calories and still full of nutrients?
If you’re use to using pasta or even rice in your dishes, it can be easy to rack up the carbs and calories in one meal. If you have a desk job and a slow metabolism, than cutting some of your carb intake at certain times of the day is a good idea. If you’re running a tight schedule and want to stay in shape…this is your dish!
Run out and buy the White Yam Calorie Free Noodle at your local Health Food Store. You may also try and find it online as well.
I love these noodles because they act as a Prebiotic in the body and help lift the beneficial bacteria in your gut. They provide a small amount of fiber and hardly any calories. They will help lower your total cholesterol according to most studies. The fun fact about these noodles is that they will actually help maintain your blood sugar without causing a spike. Pasta can’t do that! Buy these at once! You can do so many fun recipes with them and stay in shape. Here’s one of my recipes below.
1-2 sprays of Non-stick Organic Olive Oil
2 organic scallions chopped
1 teaspoon of minced organic garlic (from California, NOT CHINA)
3-4 ounces of Organic or Natural Hormone Free Turkey Tenderloin cut into small pieces. Meat can be optional if you’re a vegan. You may also use Organic Beef if you prefer. The beef will take the calories up a bit and also be harder on your digestion.
5-6 organic Bella Mushrooms chopped
1 cup of organic cherry tomatoes
1/2 cup of organic cilantro chopped
1 cup of organic spinach
a pinch of sea salt
1 whole packet of Shirataki Noodles (White Yam substitute)
drizzled hot sauce of your choice (choose organic if possible)
Heat a medium size skillet on medium to high heat. Spray pan with non stick spray. Once pan is heated, place your minced garlic, scallions and mushrooms in pan. Brown and mix those. Place measured, washed and chopped Turkey into your pan and mix into other items that are browning. Take heat down to medium heat. Cook Turkey until pink is gone and a slightly brown color. Add in your cherry tomatoes, cilantro and spinach. Mix those in with everything. Pull out your noodles and place them in a strainer. Rinse them with filtered water. Once they’re cleaned and strained…place them in your pan and mix with veggies and meat. Drizzle a small amount of hot sauce if you wish for flavor. You may also use a lime or a lemon as well. Cook noodles with everything for about 3-4 minutes. Once done, place food on a nice dish with a dash of sea salt over the top. Enjoy!
Guess what?? If you used 4 ounces of the Turkey with this dish…you’re only having 118 calories in this dish! That’s amazing.
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