Friday, July 31, 2009

Nutritious Soup For The Lazy Souls :P

Tho' we may be health conscious,
it's somehow inevitable to consume
some unhealthy foods from time to time.

This is especially true,
when we are busy or exhausted,
and just want to grab anything convenient to eat.
Unhealthy foods (e.g. instant noodles, chips, McD etc)
sad to say is so ubiquitious;
if we are not mindful, it's so easy to fall into their traps...

Therefore, I was so grateful
when I learnt this brainless and quick recipe
from one of my nice friends and teacher, Oh Chong Fah.
With this recipe, at least,
I am more motivated to take good care of my diet
even during busy (lazy) times.. keke..

Miso Noodle Soup:
(preparation time: 15min)

1 serving of whole-wheat noodle,
1 bowl of water,
1 tablespoon of baby wakame seaweed
1/2 cup of chilled/frozen silken tofu (diced)
2 teaspoon of white miso (live, less salty type)

1. While cooking the whole-wheat noodle on the stove,
boil 1 bowl of water in a kettle.
2. when the water is boiled, put in wakame seaweed
and wait for 3min
3. chuck in cold frozen tofu to drop the temperature,
so that it's not too hot for the good microbes from miso
4. stir in white miso to make a soup base for noodle.
5. serve immediately with noodle

Miso and Seaweed are two notably nutritious food.

Miso contains
a lot of good microbes for our healthy gut,
easily absorbable amino acids for quick nourishment
and Vitamin B complex for nervous function support.

Seaweed contains
a whole range of minerals
to ensure proper functions of hormones and enzymes,
and also
good quality collagen
to support better skin and joints.

Bon appetite ;P

Well regards,
Kee Yew

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