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Recipe: Delicious Low-Calorie Hot & Sour Noodle Soup

Low-Calorie Hot & Sour Noodle Soup.

Low-Calorie Hot & Sour Noodle Soup You can cook Low-Calorie Hot & Sour Noodle Soup using 19 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Low-Calorie Hot & Sour Noodle Soup

  1. Prepare 4 cups of Chicken Stock.
  2. It’s 2 tablespoons of Sake (Rice Wine).
  3. It’s 1 of small piece Ginger *grated.
  4. Prepare 1-2 of cupfuls Vegetables.
  5. Prepare of *Suggestion: Carrot, Black Fungus, Shimeji, Shiitake, Bamboo Shoot, Bok Choy, etc.
  6. You need of Salt & Pepper.
  7. It’s 200-300 g of Tofu *Medium or Soft type recommended, cut into small pieces.
  8. You need 2-3 tablespoons of Potato Starch *mixed with 3 to 4 tablespoons Water.
  9. Prepare 2 of Eggs *lightly whisked.
  10. It’s 1 of Spring Onion *finely chopped.
  11. You need of <Seasonings>.
  12. It’s 1-2 teaspoons of Toban Djan (Chilli Bean Sauce) *OR Chilli Garlic Sauce.
  13. Prepare 1 teaspoon of Sesame Oil.
  14. Prepare 2-3 tablespoons of Soy Sauce.
  15. It’s 2-3 tablespoons of Rice Vinegar.
  16. You need of <Noodles>.
  17. Prepare 2 bags of (2 x 200g) Itokonnyaku OR Shirataki (Konjac Noodles) *rinsed & drained.
  18. It’s 1 bag of Bean Sprouts *washed.
  19. You need of *OR Other Noodles of your choice.

Low-Calorie Hot & Sour Noodle Soup instructions

  1. Prepare Vegetables. Wash well, especially softened Black Fungus, and cut all into thin slices or strips as it would be easy to eat with noodles..
  2. Heat Chicken Stock and Sake (Rice Wine) in a pot, add Ginger and Vegetables, and cook until soft. Add seasonings, and Salt (only if required) & Pepper to taste..
  3. Add Tofu, bring back to the boil, then add Potato Starch mixture, stirring gently, until desired thickness is achieved. You don’t need to add it all..
  4. Add lightly whisked Eggs slowly in a circular motion into the boiling soup, gently stirring. When the egg is cooked, remove from heat..
  5. Meanwhile, cook Noodles. Itokonnyaku OR Shirataki (Konjac Noodles) and Bean Sprouts can be cooked together in boiling water for 1 to 2 minutes, then drained. If you use other noodles, cook them accordingly..
  6. Place hot Noodles (and Bean Sprout) in a serving bowl, cover with the Hot & Sour Soup, add some chopped Spring Onion on top, and enjoy..

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