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< a href="" target=" _ blank" > So the duck and eggs make the most of the calories, I have 2 eggs with 3/4 of a duck breast and some various veg and it was 450 calories and 8g carbohydrates and I was stuffed after a bowl. I just had breakfast of 700 calories and after that the ramen that day and I was great. However my upkeep is 1500 and my diet is 1300 (I don’t constantly adhere to it). My partners upkeep is 2500 and 3000 if he exercises so he was starving a couple of hours later and had another part with additional eggs.

So depends how much you need to consume.

The noodles are primarily fibre so makes you feel fuller than you are so fantastic for me considering that I’m losing weight, not so terrific for an individual trying to eat more to mantain/build muscles. That dish is the very best we have actually done, the duck is remarkable. We usually purchase 2 portions of 2 duck breasts and have it 2 days in a row. We do one pack of duck a night and my partner has more than me and after that we just prepare the other pack the next night as it’s best fresh so it’s still crispy. Sometimes we do chicken or pork the 2nd night, whatever meat you have is great or it’s also excellent simply with eggs.

We just reheat the noodles and veg on the second night. One pack bare naked noodles or 2 slim water (they are smaller sized). You need to wash the noodles well in cold water then simply add them to the pan a couple of mins before your all set to dish. We have extra veg typically (tenderstem broccoli or kale, peppers, little bit of infant sweetcorn etc whatever you expensive).

We use kikkomans gluten free tamari soy sauce instead of coconut aminos as it’s incredibly low carb and I believe it tastes much better. We have extra chillies but we like it spicey. I used dried ginger rather than fresh as I’m lazy. It’s a really versatile dish.

Ooh and this dish is excellent for the pesto < a href="" target =" _ blank" > It’s very easy and delicious! As
long as you have a spiraliser or purchase pre done courgettes, cutting them by hand into noodles is a pain but I wager it would work well with the bare naked noodles too. We typically do chicken as it’s less expensive and its crazy filling because my small portion is almost 600 calories with the extra cheese I place on top. My partner has a larger part at 900 calories.

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