Weight Watchers Zero Point Asian Soup Recipe
For an intensely nutritious, flavorful, very low-calorie soup that you can whip up in 20 minutes or less try Weight Watchers Zero Point Asian Soup Recipe from Jerry at Uncle Jerry’s Kitchen. This is a great recipe if you or someone in your family is following the Weight Watcher’s program and is counting points. However, it is delicious and nutritious that anyone can enjoy regardless if they are watching their weight or not.
This soup is so quick to make. Because the vegetables in this Asian soup recipe are better when they retain a little crunch you don’t need to be standing by the stove for hours and they don’t need to be chopped super small. In fact, this soup recipe only needs to be simmered for 10-15 minutes. To save time you can even chop most of the vegetables the night before so that when dinner-time hits you are ready to add the ingredients to the pot, bring to boil, simmer and serve. This Asian soup recipe will make eight servings. So if your family doesn’t gobble up the whole pot on the first night you can put it in some mason jars or other easy storage container and line them up in the fridge. This soup can be a great low-calorie snack and is also a great way to start a meal. Research shows that when people have a bowl of soup before their meal they eat less at that meal. Hence, soups like this Weight Watchers Zero Point Asian Soup Recipe can help with weight loss not just because it has zero points. It is quite filling too. You can even have it for breakfast if you like! Why not?
The different vegetables like bok choy and cabbage provide lots of fibre. Mushrooms and bell pepper in this recipe are nice and hearty too. If you would like this Asian soup recipe to be more dense and like a meal on its own you could add protein to it in the form of tofu and some carbs in the form of some noodles like soba noodles. Doing this will make the soup a bit heartier and more like a complete meal, but will increase the points value though. Red pepper flakes, ginger and garlic give this soup a little heat. Experiment with your tastes and add more or less depending on how hot you like it.
A lot of the ingredients in this Asian soup recipe, such as garlic, ginger, mushrooms are thought to have many health benefits from increasing your immune system or decreasing inflammation and scientists are studying them to see if they help prevent heart disease or cancer. In the meantime though, we know that they are delicious and make us feel good.Enjoy a comforting, tasty and filling bowl of Weight Watchers Zero Point Asian Soup Recipe soon. Great for the whole family.
Nutrition Facts for: Weight Watchers Zero Point Asian Soup Recipe From Uncle Jerry's Kitchen
Ingredients: Bok choy, Napa cabbage, cloves garlic, fresh ginger root, shitake mushrooms, scallions, canned water chestnuts, red bell pepper, red pepper flakes, vegetable broth, bean sprouts, snow peas, soy sauce, cilantro.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for servings. * Per Serving: Calories 136, Calories from Fat 19, Total Fat 2.1g 3%, Saturated Fat 0.5g 2%, Cholesterol 0mg 0%, Sodium 1020mg 42%, Potassium 794mg 23%, Carbohydrates 20.6g 7%, Dietary Fiber 3.0g 12%, Sugars 4.9g, Protein 10.4g, Vitamin A 52%, Vitamin C 121%, Calcium 10%, Iron 19%
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