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GET FIT Roti Noodles
Love Chinese food but trying to avoid the carb-laden noodles? Just don't enjoy the chemical-like smell of low carb Shirataki noodles? GET FIT Roti gets a super delicious Indo-Chinese transformation in this recipe. Enjoy as brunch, evening snack for hungry kids or their favorite lunch box meal.
Recipe developed by food blogger and home chef Mullai Madhavan of Spice India Online.
Warning - your kids will want this every day in their lunch box!
1 Mis-En-Place: 1) Slice Onion 2) Cut carrots, capsicum, cabbage into thin strips 3) Finely mince ginger 4) Finely chop garlic 5) Chop spring onion and cilantro 2 Stack GET FIT Roti one on top of the other and cut into 4 quarters. 3 Using a kitchen scissors cut each quarter stack into thin strips.
4 Cut the veggies into thin even sized strips. 5 Finely mince the ginger and garlic. 6 Heat oil in a fry pan and start sautéing the veggies (onion, ginger, garlic, carrot, cabbage & colored peppers) over medium high heat. 7 Sprinkle sugar and salt at this stage to keep the veggies crisp & colorful. 8 Sauté for couple of minutes. 9 Add in soy sauce, red chili sauce, white pepper & black pepper powder, adjusting for spice level desired. Mix well to combine. 10 Add in the noodle-like GET FIT Roti strips to vegetable mixture and toss to coat the sauce all over. 11 Finally add in the spring onions and switch off the flame.
GET FIT Roti - 4 (Classic Flavor) (click to see numerous recipes and benefits)
Onion - 1/2 cup
Carrot - 1/4 cup
Capsicum (Green and red) - 1/4 cup
Cabbage - 1/4 cup
Ginger - 1 teaspoon
Garlic 1 teaspoon
Spring onion - 1/ 4 cup
Dark Soy Sauce / Chilli Soy Sauce - 1/2 teaspoons
Red Chili Sauce - 1 tablespoon (adjust to your spice level
Salt - 1/2 teaspoon or to taste
White pepper powder - 1/4 teaspoon
Black pepper powder - 1/2 teaspoon
Oil - 2 tablespoons
Cilantro - 2 tablespoons (optional)
Calories from Carb
ORAC 2630 μ mol TE
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