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Hcg Diet Tofu Soup recipe

Ingredients Needed

  1. Soft Silken Tofu (200.0 g)
  2. Young Green Onions (2.0 cup of chopped)
  3. Fresh Ginger Root (20.0 slices)
  4. Vegetable Broth (Fat Free) (4.0 cups)
  5. Soy Sauce (4.0 tsp)
  6. Apple Cider Vinegar (Unfiltered) (2.0 tsp)
  7. Stevia (1.0 packet)


Planning to cook a healthy and scrumptious soup? Here’s a recipe that you can do and serve for your family and friends. Check and try this simple recipe for Tofu Soup.

  • Get a saucepan and heat over medium flame. Add 1 cup of fat free chicken or vegetable broth into the pan.
  • Then add sliced green onions, cubed tofu, and 10 slices of fresh ginger root. Sautee for 3 minutes or until the onions are ginger is tender.
  • Next, add 2 teaspoons of soy sauce or Braggs liquid aminos, 1 teaspoon of unfiltered apple cider vinegar, and 1/2 packet of Stevia. Add another 1 cup of fat free chicken or vegetable broth.
  • Simmer for 20 minutes. When done, remove the pan from heat and transfer your soup to a medium sized bowl.
  • Serve the tofu soup hot.
  • Tip:
    You can also add ½ pouch of Shirataki Miracle Noodles to this recipe. It will give you a full feeling and provide you fiber which is necessary for your body. Adding this noodle for this tofu soup recipe won’t calories or carbohydrates into your body.

    Facts on Tofu:

    Tofu is known to be one of the most nutritious, adaptable, and tasty food. It far exceeds the nutritional value of most meat dishes.

    There are a lot of health benefits that you can get out of tofu consumption:

    Tofu is low in calories, fat, and cholesterol. It is also known to be a great source of high quality protein from non-meat foods.

    It is rich in B-vitamins and contains a lot of calcium making it a great help in reducing the risk of having osteoporosis.

    Tofu is also good to your digestive system. Because of the removal of soybean’s fiber during the manufacturing process, tofu digests easily.

    Tofu is one of the soy-foods that help in reducing cholesterol in your body. It lowers the levels of bad LDL cholesterol and maintains the level of good HDL cholesterol.

    Tofu is rich in isoflavones. Isoflavones lessen the risk of osteoporosis, prostate, and breast cancer.

    Tofu is often used as an alternative to meat like chicken, turkey, beef, and even seafood. If you want to turn your tasteless recipe into a flavorful and nutritious one, then adding tofu on it is a great choice.

    Tofu blends well with other ingredients making your recipe rich in flavors and it can be prepare in a lot of different ways with a diversity of textures that will definitely delight your taste buds.

    There are different types of Tofu namely Firm Tofu, Soft Tofu, and Silken Tofu.

    Firm Tofu is known to be dense and it is usually available in cubes or other shapes. Most of the times they are cook sti-fried, smoked, pickled, scrambled, barbecued, and served in hot and cold soups.

    Soft Tofu is the type that is known to be soft and this often blended in some of the recipes.

    Silken Tofu is known to have a creamy structure and it is usually used for blends or blended dishes.

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Nutritional Information for 1 Serving

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