Nutrition facts egg drop soup

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Avatar f tn Should be fine. If you're talking about egg drop soup its made by cracking eggs into boiling soup. So, you're good. Its all cooked.
483733 tn?1326798446 I have been enjoying this soup all week for lunch. It came from Chatelaine Magazine. Makes 12 cups. Ingredients: 2 900 ml cartons chicken broth 1 1/2 tsp. Italian Seasoning (or 1/2 tsp. each dried oregano leaves, thyme and basil) 2 cups bite size pasta 1 egg 1 stp. dried basil 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 cup freshly grated parmesan 1 lb. ground chicken, turkey or beef (I used turkey) 2 large tomatoes, chopped 1 zucchini, chopped Optional: recipe says you can add peppers.
Avatar f tn Fish soup is a staple throughout the world. Egg drop soup is a staple in East Asia. There are tons of soups that use grains, and you could use whole grains if you wish -- barley and rice are especially common in soup. Good ol' chicken noodle has pasta in it, as do many soups. A favorite of mine my Mom made was oxtail soup, which is very heavy on the barley. Again, it's not the form, it's the content.
1028452 tn?1537448484 2Make meatballs by mixing beef, onion, cinnamon, pepper, and salt. Blend well. Shape into 1-inch meatballs. Drop into simmering soup and cook for about 30 more minutes, or until meatballs are done and noodles tender. Crush the dried mint and combine with pepper and cinnamon. Ladle soup into soup plates or large bowls and sprinkle with the mixed spices. Makes 6 servings.
Avatar f tn She can eat one cup of milk ,1 egg or 4 spoon of steamed rice and some vegetable soup for meal.I think she has to eat some food more, but her always told me."I'm already full. I couldn't eat some more." If she more take some food,she feels bloated. So, her body lose weight day by day.I was so worried about all things. She is only 55years old , but her body age looks like 70years old. I wanna make her more eat some food. So..
Avatar f tn Hi everyone, so I love soup and all types of soup. I could eat it everyday and for ever meal but breakfast. With so many different types of soup, and so many different ingriedents. If I decided to eat a can of soup for lunch and dinner could I lose weight and get the nutrient I need. I know I could if I made homemade soup but I don't have time for this often. I think I would still eat a wrap or salad here and there but mainly soup.
7459830 tn?1393896967 I'm having a toasted pb and j with milk :)
Avatar n tn 100% liquid egg whites, but in the nutrition panel, it says 95 mg of sodium per serving. Now, on a carton of eggs itself, it says 65 mg. of sodium per egg.... Should I take the white out of real eggs, or do you think the carton egg whites are safe???
193137 tn?1367880063 Very slowly, drop by drop, whisk in the olive oil until the mixture thickens. Continue adding the oil in a thin stream, whisking constantly, until a mayonnaiselike mixture forms. (Alternatively, make the rouille in a blender.) Set aside. To make the soup, in a heavy-bottomed soup pot over medium-high heat, warm the olive oil. Add the onion and leeks and sauté until translucent, 2 to 3 minutes. Add the tomatoes, garlic, bay leaf, thyme, fennel, orange zest, salt and pepper.
Avatar f tn Also anything raw, unpasteurized like a real Caesar salad or mayonnaise made with RAW egg. I make mayo from scratch but avoid it will pregnant. Cheeses with blue veins are also to Be avoided or raw, undercooked meat. I'm sure some of this is debatable but these are the things typically advised to avoid.
Avatar n tn If you trust yourself not to go overboard on toppings- I find that my No Egg replacer (for people with egg allergies) works well with pancake recipes. They're not quite as fluffy but my pancakes are still pretty awesome: 1C self rising flour, 1C milk, 1 egg replacer, 1 tsp vanilla, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/4 C berries. For lunches and dinners: Pizza- homemade dough and lots of veggies, very easy to make vegetarian. Do you eat tofu?
Avatar f tn ). A simple egg drop soup recipe is as below All you need is 1) An onion (Big one cute into cube sized pieces). 2) 4Cups of plain water 3) Oxo/Soup/seasoning cubes that you get in the market 4)Chopped parsley 5)Ground black pepper (Freshly powdered) 6)Two eggs (Just the white) 7)Cooking oil and wok/pan Method: Take a wok/pan, heat a bit of cooking oil and add onions to it. Add some salt and let the onions fry a bit. Add the water and the seasoning cubes.
975263 tn?1283467568 , a good idea would be that if you still have him on a bottle you give him a sippy cup instead, and I agree with your Doctor finger foods , let him eat by himself, put up some nutricious foods onto a plate, cheerios or similar Cereal for breakfast, yoghort, let him have his own spoon, you can clear up the mess thats okay, sometimes slices of toast with peanut butter and jelly.
Avatar n tn And remember veggies and fruits have carbs.
Avatar n tn 8, 2008, and I am eating the soups, jello, sugar free chocolate pudding, the protein drinks. I eat a lot of egg drop soup, but I can actually chew chicken. I have the Chinese take out put some chicken in it like they would with the chicken soup. So I eat that, and I also had a small can of tuna today and didn't blend it. I don't like the puree texture. I can chew my chewable vitamins. I just hope I am not consuming too much food.
Avatar f tn I find it awkward and extremely time consuming to enter the ingredients for a bowl of soup or a smoothie. How do I enter the data of the ingredients into one menu item such as Pat's Chicken Soup or My Kale Smoothie?
2000931 tn?1401563007 Today I had the day off work because I was a little unwell but also caring for my sick child. In the fridge I have home made pumpkin and lentil soup, fresh korma balls made of veggies and spices, and I have just finished dehydrating a fruit and nut delight to fight the kids over. Diet is just one aspect of my recovery. Today I lay in the sun and meditated to a bit of classical music and felt at peace. I also hobbled to the shop with my sick daughter to get exercise.
Avatar f tn But am confused about the nutrition fact they write in the box of food (rice for example) they say nutrition facts for 100 g but is it like 100g of boiled rice or the uncooked product ? I guess there's a difference because when you use dry product you need for example two cups but if you use cooked rice you may need a cup ... Since it sucked water and its heavier so .. Any thoughts or maybe am dumb lol ! Thank you .