Gluten Free Asian Style Soup with Shirataki Noodles

bone brothIf you are someone who is avoiding grains and sugar, then you are going to love this recipe!  It is full of healthy bone broth, fermented miso, healthy veggies, pre-biotic fiber and anti-inflammatory herbs.   It also is sugar and gluten free as well as extremely low carb.  Even better it is delicious.  This recipe is made with shirataki noodles.  You can find these strange noodles in the refrigerated section of the grocery store near the tofu in the produce section.  You can also find them in Asian grocery stores or order them from Amazon!

They are made from a type of sweet potato fiber that is a great prebiotic fiber.  They also have no carbs or calories because they are 100% fiber.  I had this for dinner last night, and can vouch for the fact that they are a little odd, but work perfectly in an Asian soup.

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Ingredients:

  • About a quart of bone broth
  • 2-3 Tbs of Miso paste
  • Chunk of peeled and grated ginger
  • Chopped cooked meat
  • Chopped pac choy
  • Chopped mushrooms
  • 2 bags of shirataki spaghetti, fettuccini, or angel hair noodles
  • Sliced scallions
  • Soy sauce or coconut aminos
  • Splash of fish sauce
  • Make it fancy with any of these:  Fresh lime, chopped basil, chopped cilantro, chili garlic sauce, thin sliced hot peppers, handful of beansprouts

Implement it:

Put the bonebroth and ginger in a big pot to simmer.  When it comes to a boil, add the miso, meat, pac choy and mushrooms.  Let simmer.  While it is simmering, prepare the shirataki noodles by removing them from the bag and rinsing them well in a colander under cold water.   Don’t let the odd fishy smell scare you.  It comes from the sweet potato fiber, and is why they are rinsed thoroughly.  After rinsing, give them a quick rough chop on the chopping block and add to the soup.  Bring back up to a simmer and turn off the heat.  Add about a tablespoon of coconut aminos or soy sauce and a splash or two of fish sauce.   Toss in the sliced scallions.  Serve it up!  

You can make this fancy by topping each bowl with fresh herbs such as cilantro or basil.  You can also spice it up with some chili garlic sauce or thin sliced hot peppers.  A squeeze of lime also adds a nice flavor.  

I promise, this healthy warming soup will check the box for both a delicious and healthy noodle soup. 

Gluten Free Asian Style Soup with Shirataki Noodles
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Ingredients
  1. About a quart of bone broth
  2. 2-3 Tbs of Miso paste
  3. Chunk of peeled and grated ginger
  4. Chopped cooked meat
  5. Chopped pac choy
  6. Chopped mushrooms
  7. 2 bags of shirataki spaghetti, fettuccini, or angel hair noodles
  8. Sliced scallions
  9. Soy sauce or coconut aminos
  10. Splash of fish sauce
  11. Make it fancy with any of these: Fresh lime, chopped basil, chopped cilantro, chili garlic sauce, thin sliced hot peppers, handful of beansprouts
Instructions
  1. Put the bonebroth and ginger in a big pot to simmer. When it comes to a boil, add the miso, meat, pac choy and mushrooms. Let simmer. While it is simmering, prepare the shirataki noodles by removing them from the bag and rinsing them well in a colander under cold water. Don’t let the odd fishy smell scare you. It comes from the sweet potato fiber, and is why they are rinsed thoroughly. After rinsing, give them a quick rough chop on the chopping block and add to the soup. Bring back up to a simmer and turn off the heat. Add about a tablespoon of coconut aminos or soy sauce and a splash or two of fish sauce. Toss in the sliced scallions. Serve it up!
Notes
  1. You can make this fancy by topping each bowl with fresh herbs such as cilantro or basil. You can also spice it up with some chili garlic sauce or thin sliced hot peppers. A squeeze of lime also adds a nice flavor.
  2. I promise, this healthy warming soup will check the box for both a delicious and healthy noodle soup.
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