kissangelgirl's Journal, 16 February 2020

Sharing another recipe. I made this soup a couple months ago but today I used more veggies.
Its my own recipe and I'm calling it Oriental Shrimp Soup:
Shrimp sauteed in Mongolian Fire Oil
Add green onion and toasted sesame seeds
Sprinkle 1 tsp Chinese 5 Spice and tbsp parsley flakes
1 carton low sodium, less fat chicken broth
a few dashes of soy sauce (this is why I use low sodium broth)
1 can baby corn + 2 cups frozen oriental veggies (I used Kirkland's Best)
Simmer for 30 min
Add 1/2 box Rice Noodles (I used Thai Kitchen Stir-Fry Noodles)

This soup has a nice, clean broth that is not oily at all. The heat is pronounced with just the mongolian Fire Oil. Not too spicy though - so those who are sensitive will still enjoy it!

Diet Calendar Entries for 16 February 2020:
1406 kcal Fat: 35.07g | Prot: 93.37g | Carb: 90.57g.   Breakfast: Coffee, Water, Bob's Red Mill Flaxseed Meal, Oatmeal, Honeysuckle White 99% Fat Free Extra Lean Ground Turkey Breast. Lunch: Kirkland Signature Tilapia Loins, Baby Carrots, Utz Pork Rinds, White Rice. Dinner: Chicken Thigh, Sweet Potato. Snacks/Other: Six Star Pro Nutrition Professional Strength Whey Protein Plus Elite Series - Vanilla Cream, Strawberries, KeVita Master Brew Kombucha - Tart Cherry, Bob's Red Mill Flaxseed Meal, Fiber One Original Bran Cereal, Kirkland Signature Organic Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk, Tequila, Water, Godiva Dark Chocolate Truffle, Utz Pork Rinds. more...
3417 kcal Activities & Exercise: Cleaning - 50 minutes, Weight Training (moderate) - 19 minutes, Vacuuming - 55 minutes, Washing Dishes - 43 minutes, Cooking - 3 hours, Standing - 6 hours, Showering - 20 minutes, Sleeping - 9 hours and 42 minutes, Resting - 1 hour and 21 minutes, Grocery Shopping - 30 minutes, Driving - 20 minutes. more...

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Love your food choices, and recipes. I too cook most of what we eat from scratch and attribute our weight loss directly to "diet" food with lots of flavor. Never feel deprived that way. A favorite of ours is to roast Kirkland stir fry vegetables on a cookie sheet tossed in a spray of oil on low shelf at 500 degrees for about 15 minutes--will be a little blackened. Turn over about at halfway point. Add whatever leftover chicken or steak or shrimp for the last 4 minutes. Pour 3-4 TBSP stir fry sauce over. We don't even use rice. Just LOTS of those veggies. Roasted broccoli is also tasty as a side. I've been watching your journey and you started out a ways higher than me, but will soon surpass me. More power to you. I realize my metabolism has slowed and health issues have slowed me, but all of you encourage me to see that this can be done, even slowly. 
17 Feb 20 by member: Zchefdonna
#soupertrooper❣️ soup looks fantastic❣️😋😋😋 
17 Feb 20 by member: moopie321
How much shrimp did you use? 
17 Feb 20 by member: clilly529
YUM! That looks so tempting.  
17 Feb 20 by member: SherryeB
Looks fresh and delicious. 
17 Feb 20 by member: Draglist
🤤 
17 Feb 20 by member: flo.love.bit
Thank you 💋🤗😋💜💚 
17 Feb 20 by member: jcmama777
Looks Yummy! 
17 Feb 20 by member: Retta Smith
@Clilly, I used one lb of shrimp for this batch 
17 Feb 20 by member: kissangelgirl
Thank you Moo, Sherry, Bill, Flo, JC, Retta, Najwa!! 
17 Feb 20 by member: kissangelgirl
Chefdonna, thank you! I always steam my veggies when I eat them as a side. I will be sure to try roasting!! No doubt that roasting will add so much more flavor! 
17 Feb 20 by member: kissangelgirl
Oh my yummy!! 
17 Feb 20 by member: wifey9707
I'll have to try this, looks delicious! 
17 Feb 20 by member: Vmartens14
Looks so wonderful! Some of my favorite ingredients!!!  
21 Feb 20 by member: melissatwa
Thank you so much for this beautiful recipe, it must’ve tasted very good. I definitely have to try this one. I had to correct this comment because I realized my typo. 
22 Feb 20 by member: najwa kale

     
 

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