I’ve never had a pickled egg, so I have no clue if I would like these. But the color of these is intriguing and I am curious to give it a try!
Add tofu or chicken for more protein. If gluten free, make sure you get soba noodles that are pure buckwheat or sweet potato + buckwheat.
This Asian noodle bowl is an ideal place to use soba noodles. The brown noodles are masked in a brown sauce, then piled with vibrant green veggies, and topped with white sesame seeds for flavor and color contrasts.
If you are low carb, forget the pasta and enjoy these on their own or with zoodles or other veggie spirals. Im going to try making these with ground turkey instead of beef and see how they come out.
A typical homemade sauce simmers for hours on the stove top to meld flavors. Roasting a mixture of fresh and canned tomatoes, chopped garlic, and fresh herbs on a sheet pan gets you there in only 20 minutes.
Easy to make vegan with homemade or bought vegan fish sauce. Add tofu or edamame for protein. For meat eaters, chicken or shrimp would go good in this. I don’t eat any seafood personally, but I imagine it would work.
Don’t let the longer ingredient list scare you off, it’s mostly quick-to-measure items like vinegar, oil, and fish sauce that require no prep. In fact, the noodle bowl comes together in about 30 minutes.
Add more protein in the dialysis diet by mixing JELL-O® and protein powder. A nice alternative to protein shakes, this kidney-friendly recipe for High Protein JELL-O® Cubes by renal dietitian, Melanie from West Virginia, is refreshing and delicious.