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Burnt Garlic Whole Wheat Noodles

VIEWS 3676

Energy (kcal) - 172

Protein (g) - 4

Carbohydrate (g) - 25.4

Fat (g) - 2

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

Whole wheat /quinoa/ gluten-free noodles are packed with nutrients, including protein, fiber, B vitamins, anti-oxidants. A diet rich in whole wheat helps to reduce the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity. Quinoa is not only high in fiber, but it is also an excellent source of protein providing additional vitamin B. It is beneficial for the ones with celiac disease/gluten intolerance. Garlic is low in calories and very rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, and Manganese. It helps to prevent and reduce the severity of common illnesses like the flu and common cold. It also helps in lowering blood pressure, cholesterol and has anti-oxidant properties. By adding vegetables to the whole wheat noodles adds on to the nutritive value and color to the recipe.

  • Whole wheat/gluten-free/quinoa noodles - 20g
  • Garlic - 2-3 cloves no.
  • Dry red chilli - 1 broken
  • Onion (sliced) - 25g
  • Spring onion (sliced) - 20g
  • Carrot (julienne) - 20g
  • Capsicum (sliced) - 15g
  • Button mushroom (optional) (chopped) - 10g
  • Broccoli (chopped) - 15g
  • Cabbage (shredded) - 15g
  • Light soy sauce - 1 tsp
  • Vinegar -  ½ tsp
  • Oil - ½  teaspoon (2g)
  • Salt - to taste
Step 1 Boil 2 cups of water in a saucepan, add some salt. Once it boils again, add the noodles and cook till done. Drain in a culander and set aside. Step 2 Add chopped garlic cloves in a pan and add oil. Once the cloves turn brown and when you smell the aroma, turn the heat off. Use this for cooking the noodles. Step 3 Heat oil in a wok and cook noodles and vegetables on high heat. Add dry red chilli and saute for 30 seconds. Step 4 Add in onions, saute for a minute. Then add burnt garlic and salt. Step 5 Add soy sauce and vinegar and mix well. Step 6 Toss this on high heat till everything is mixed well and later add spring onions and saute for a few minutes. Step 7 Garnish with few spring onions and serve hot.

Burnt Garlic Whole Wheat Noodles - BY KHYATI RUPANI

10 FEB 2018
VIEWS 3676


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