Thursday, March 25, 2010

A Bowl of Udon in Soya Milk.....


These days I keep reminding myself that I need to eat healthy food to keep my inflammation down. I do not want to rely totally on my toxic medication to keep me going. So for lunch yesterday, I made my own soya milk from organic soya beans and cook some Udon (Japanese rice noodles) to go with it. Soya products are high in antioxidants and nutrients that have anti-inflammatory effects. Here is to share the recipe.



A bowl of homemade unsweetened soya milk......


Spring onion, cherry tomatoes, dried bean curd skin..(I love dried bean curd skin).................
My favorite, golden mushroom......


Japanese rice noodles..........

My squids, prawns, crabmeat and fishballs.....


Ingredients:



A handful of Udon

A bowl of unsweetened soya milk

A handful of Golden mushrooms

Seafood of your choice(clam,prawns, squids, fish or fishballs)

3 small tomatoes

1 stalk spring onion

2 bak choy leaves



Method:


Cut spring onions into sections and tomatoes into halves. Scald Udon and golden mushroom til cook and set aside.

Mix spring onion sections, tomatoes, soya milk in a pot and bring to boil. Then add Udon, golden mushroom, bak choy, seafood and fishballs and simmer in low heat for a minute til cook. You can also add in an egg before serving.

8 comments:

EastCoastLife said...

Soya bean milk is anti-inflammatory eh? I should drink more of it so my swelling ankle can heal faster. :)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Definitely healthy, but not my cup of tea. I still couldn't bring myself to drink the unsweetened soy milk (by SoySilk). I drank a lot while pregnant with Evy because heard that it was good, until I got an adverse effect, I smelled it I want to vomit.

Honey, ginger and garlic also anti-inflammatory.

Christy said...

Healthy choice...I think I like it! =)

MaryMoh said...

Wow...in soya milk! This looks healthy and delicious. I would love to try.

Johnny Ong said...

hmmm seems that u can cook well

Rose Belle said...

What an interesting dish! I love soy milk and wow, using it with udon and vegies? How different! I'm gonna try it out, hope everything will turn out right!

Saveurs et Gourmandises said...

I like this recipe.
See soon.

molly said...

Wah, a new healthy recipe. Be healthy and take care!!!