2009年2月19日木曜日

Hamburger Stroganoff with shirataki


Ingredients
4 6-8 oz hamburger patties(fresh ground beef is better)
3 oz of mushrooms( I used shimeji mushrooms but use what you have..)
2 packs of shirataki (cut into bite size pieces
2 cups no carb chicken broth
1 cup unsweetened soy milk or 2/3 cup cream
2 T red wine
1 T worscestershire sauce
2 T butter
2 slices cheese
salt and pepper to taste
Sour cream and parsley to garnish

Directions
Season the hamburger patties and brown both sides, cook to a medium rare or medium and take out of the fry pan and put on a plate and cover with a lid. Then add the mushrooms and butter to the pan and saute the mushrooms in the hamburger drippings. Add the wine after about 2 minutes of sauteing to fully deglaze the pan. Then add the broth, worchestshire, soy milk or cream and cheese. Bring to a boil then reduce heat to simmer and add shirataki and hamburger paties, cover the pan and simmer for 5 minutes to 10 minutes. Plate the hamburgers and taste the sauce add salt and peeper to taste. Reduce the sauce to desired consistancy and turn off the heat. Spoon the sauce over the hamburger patties and garnish with a dallop of sour cream and pinch of parsely. Enjoy :) Sorry the picture doesnt show the sour cream I had enuf for two servings and my children started eating them before I could take a picture. haha

The shirataki always need to be rinsed before using and its better not to smell them until they are cooked.. the noodles will soak up the flavors of the sauce..

Nutrition Info ( For Soy milk version)
Serves four 3 net grams per serving( make sure to adjust for changes you make ie boulion instead of broth etc.) Vit A 481 mg Calcium 200 mg sodium 1009 Chol 201

only 2 net grams for cream version



2 件のコメント:

Harry さんのコメント...

Looks delicious!

Do you find that the shirataki noodles fill you up quite well? They're very rich in fiber.

I've never tried them myself. Just curious.

Low Carber さんのコメント...

Thanks, Harry :)

Yes, they do and they are a no carb product... you are right all fiber and all natural. But even better they have glucomannen in them which studies have shown help blood sugar levels.. meaning that by eating this and doing the low carb lifestyle is a like a one two punch.

I am amazed so far by the many ways they can be used.. plus I can usually find them on sale for 58 cents to $1.00 a bag.

I will be posting many more recipies using them but I am afraid to do a tomato pasta.. I dont know if the texture will be right..

If you want to try them.. this recipie would be a great start :) plus you can add a half cup of your faux potatoes that looked so good with your fish dish you posted on your blog.

Those together and you will have a meal fit for a King.