Asian cuisine is as exotic as it is tasty. Much of its success is gathering ingredients that we don't normally use every day. As is the case with the nutritious and non-caloric bean sprouts.
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The cuisine of Asian countries is great for those who want to vary the taste without losing the line.
The secret is the ingredients used, with the extensive use of vegetables and lean meats.
This is why I always try to familiarize myself with recipes with this DNA.
One is Pad Thai, a traditional dish from Thailand.
You can say that it is a kind of yakissoba, as far as the reference goes.
From this mixture of vegetables, meat and pasta, I removed the latter from the preparation, for obvious reasons.
Thus, the protagonism of the preparation is with bean sprouts.
One of the advantages is the nutritional profile, which makes this ingredient incredibly affordable.
Another is its caloric value, as 70 grams of bean sprouts have only 10 calories.
Because it has not reached maturity, in the bud are concentrated substances that make it a strengthening of the immune system.
And ally of good digestion.
Bean sprouts have enzymes that act on the digestive system to regulate bowel function.
For all these reasons, there is nothing like having more recipes that bring this ingredient.
Like this one, which yields a portion, with 210.5 Kcal.
150 g of bean sprouts
100 g of shredded meat
1 sliced carrot
1 seedless green pepper in strips
1 torn cabbage leaf
Soak bean sprouts in water for 30 minutes.
Drain and place it in boiling water for one minute.
Drain again, rinse in cold water and set aside.
Saute the meat, add the vegetables and the bean sprouts.
Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Cook until ingredients are tender, but not too much.