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Recipes For Weight Loss: Stir Fry Shirataki Prawn Noodles Topped With Honey Glazed Spicy Salmon

Updated: Mar 3



Here's an amazing yet quick stir fry shirataki prawn noodles recipe, topped with some honey glazed, spicy salmon. Guys, you're going to love it - it's oozing with flavour a perfect for seafood lovers. I used shirataki noodles which I discovered on my weight loss journey.


Shirataki noodles have been conned "miracle" noodles due to their very low-calorie content. This is due to the fact that they are mostly made up of water, 97% to be precise. They are made with glucomannan, a viscous fibre found in konjac plant root, which is super absorbent. Research states they work well for people trying to reduce their calorie intake, lose and/ or manage their weight and control their blood sugar.


Feel free to use any noodles in this recipe. If you are new to shirataki noodles, please see a registered nutritionist or dietician before introducing it into your diet, should you want to try it!


Here's the recipe video I did including them. Yum!

Recipe Details


Ingredients

Noodles

1 Bell Pepper

1 Onion

Broccoli

Salmon

Honey

Seasoning: Salt, Cayenne Pepper, Curry Powder, Thyme, Jumbo Chicken Seasoning


Protocol

  1. Prep your veg: chop up 1/2 a bell pepper, 1 onion & some broccoli. Put them aside.

  2. Boil your noodles for 3-5 minutes and drain when ready.

  3. Prep your salmon: wash your salmon and put it in a bowl. Add some jumbo chicken seasoning, cayenne pepper and honey and rub it in.

  4. Put your salmon in an air fryer for 12 minutes.

  5. To a pan, add a tablespoon of oil.

  6. Saute your chopped onions, followed by chopped pepper and broccoli. Allow to simmer and set aside.

  7. In the same pan, fry your salmon for 2 minutes and then re-add your vegetable medley.

  8. After about 2 minutes, add your drained noodles. Stir it in with your mixture and allow to simmer.

  9. By now, your salmon should be ready. Take it out of your air fryer and place it on top of your stir fry.

Enjoy!


Peace & Love; Peace & Chunks!





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