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 Post subject: P2 - Comforting Chicken Noodle Soup
PostPosted: Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:18 am 
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P2 - Comforting Chicken Noodle Soup (shiritaki) - Metqa at LCF

1 can (2 cups) fat free chicken broth (Dollar general is lowest calorie at 5 per cup)
1 teaspoon Chicken Broth Powder
1 teaspoon Braggs Liquid Aminoes
1 teaspoon Basil leaf
2 teaspoon Italian Seasoning
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 shake (maybe 1/3 or 1/4t) red pepper flakes
Pinch of onion and garlic powder
1/4t Xanthan gum or other gum thickener (optional)
1-7oz bag of white Miracle Noodle Shirataki - Zero Calorie ( NOT the Tofu stuff!!)
Noodles!
Onion Powder
Garlic Powder
Salt and Pepper
Paprika
100g Raw Chicken Scallopini(butterflied and pounded thin)
A sprig of cilantro, finely chopped, garnish

In a small sauce pan, add the broth, broth powder,aminoes and lemon juice and put to medium Low heat. Whisk in the xantham gum if using. Then add Basil, seasoning, red pepper, onion and garlic powder to taste. You want it kinda strong.
Open shiritaki package and drain. With Kitchen shears, cut the noodles into small bite size pieces. ( just hold over the pot and start from the bottom snipping your way up.) Let simmer covered on for 30 minutes ( this part is odd, turn the heat up low enough for it to simmer slowly but high enough also to produce steam and make the lid "dance" a little. We want to reduce the broth a little during this time and also to marinate the noodles.)

Meanwhile, take your chicken filet and season with onion and garlic powder, a little black pepper, and liberally with paprika. When time is almost up on the soup, grill the chicken for 2 min, Remove and cut into strips. (if you taste the chicken now it will be a little bland because you used no salt, but other flavors. Don't worry the soup is salty enough.

Ladle the soup into your serving bowl, and stir in cilantro. Add sliced/diced chicken to bowl. Serve.

In the picture, this was served with Canned Asparagus ( I'm a freak in that I prefer canned) topped with Buttery garlic lemon sauce (see next recipe) and zest of lemon and orange.

This is Sick Food! Ha! This tastes better than Campbells Chicken Noodle Soup to me. Warm, Spicy, lemony and filling, and a wee bit salty for those tastebuds on strike.


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