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CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP

Updated: May 18



INGREDIENTS (Serves 4):


  • 600g Raw Chicken or 350g Cooked Chicken (Shredded)

  • 3x Egg Noodle Nests

  • 2Tbs Olive Oil

  • 1Tbs Ginger Paste

  • 1Tbs Garlic Paste

  • 3x Spring Onions, Sliced

  • 1x Medium Carrot, Diced

  • 2L of Boiling Water

  • 2-3x Heaped Tbs Bone Broth Paste

  • Salt & Pepper To Taste

  • Lemon Juice to Serve

  • Optional: Chilli Oil

  • Optional: Finely Chopped Leftover Veg or Spinach

  • Optional: Chicken or Beef Stock in Substitute of Paste & Water


METHOD:


  1. In a heated pot, add olive oil, ginger, garlic and the white parts of the spring onion for a few minutes, adding the diced carrot until soft.

  2. Add in your stock or hot water with your bone broth paste and stir.

  3. Bring to a simmer, add your salt & pepper, followed by your shredded chicken & noodles.

  4. You can dress this with chilli oil, spring onion & lemon juice.


NOTES:


--> This recipe takes around 5minutes to make and is perfect for the colder weather.

--> You can add some grainy toast on the side for extra fiber.

--> Adding in some beans could also boost fiber and nutritional content.

--> Use your leftover chicken for this recipe!

--> There are different bone broth pastes you can get with herbs & spices. Experiment with this recipe by adding more of what you like! I added a bit more turmeric to mine!

--> If you wanted to make this lower calorie or are being conservative with protein consumption across the day, you could reduce the amount of chicken. I used 2x large chicken breasts (600g raw). Using 400g would yield 35g protein per serve and take the calories to 400 per serve.


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The macronutrient breakdown:

450 Calories

46g Protein

8.8g Fat

45g Carb

3g Fibre

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Hope you enjoy!

Healthy eating doesn't have to be time-consuming, expensive or confusing.

This is a perfectly balanced meal and something I am having this week myself in my diet.


I am losing 15kg this year (3kg down already) and I eat normal, everyday meals people usually try to avoid when dieting.


I consume around 2100calories.

140g Protein

200-250g Carb

60g Fat


If you want to learn how to eat real food and lose weight, get in touch!





Dannii x

Online Coach. Personal Trainer. Nutritionist.



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