The Magic 0 Card Food – The Right Way To Open The Konjac
Among all the low-calorie ingredients, the most famous is the konjac. The legendary 0 calorie ingredient, is not very amazing? Of course, saying it 0 calories is a bit exaggerated, about 34 calories per 100 grams of konjac, about the same as lentils. But because it is satiating and can be shaped at will, it is made into Konjac Fettuccine, Konjac Noodles, Konjac Angel Hair, Konjac Rice, and can be used as a substitute for staple foods. This is why many people say that using konjac as a meal replacement to lose weight is very effective.
How to make konjac delicious? The following are some recommended ways to do it:
Asian Pasta Pan
1.Whisk 3 eggs with a pinch of salt in a bowl and fry in oil, then set aside.
2.Cut the leeks and onions and simmer in a little oil until the onions are glassy.
3.Add 1 carrot (cut into strips) and sugar pea pods and simmer briefly (should still be “crisp”)
4.Add sprouts (mung bean sprouts, incorrectly often called bean sprouts) and simmer briefly
5.add the scrambled eggs
6.Season with some curry powder, paprika, soy and oyster sauce
7.Put the shirataka noodles in a pasta strainer, rinse with clean water. Approximately Boil for 1 minute in water, strain and add.
8.mix everything and serve.
Shirataki noodles with tuna tomato sauce
1.Chop 1 onion and 1 clove of garlic and simmer in oil (if using tuna in oil, the oil can be used for frying.)
2.1 pack of passed tomatoes and
3.1 can of mushrooms and
4.Add 1 can of tuna
5.Season with basil, oregano, salt, sugar (or sweetener)
6.If desired, the sauce can be thickened with a little starch, for this 1TL of starch with a little water and mix, the sauce once again boil.