Clean Eating Chicken Noodle Bowl

Clean Eating Chicken Noodle Bowl

Back by popular demand, I’m actually posting a blog LOL!  Clean eating can be really simple, you just need to take a look at the ingredients!  Basically, if you see one that you don’t recognize, don’t buy it!  I love to google recipes to see what goes into a traditional recipe, and clean it up!  Just goes to show that clean eating can be relatively simple.  All thanks to Google!

Remember those delicious packs of dried noodles that you *may* have eaten in college??  Ramen noodles!!  Yes they may be delicious, but they are also incredibly unhealthy and full of unnecessary salt and other yucky chemicals.  So I decided to do a little noodle makeover, the clear eating version!

Clean Eating Chicken Noodle Bowl

Let’s call this one a Clean Eating Chicken Noodle Bowl!

INGREDIENTS

4 cups low-sodium chicken broth
1 1/2 tsp coconut aminos
2 chicken breast filets
8 oz. package udon noodles
1 cup sliced purple cabbage
1 cup shredded carrots
sesame oil

DIRECTIONS

In a large pot add chicken broth and coconut aminos and bring to a boil.  Add the chicken breast and continue cooking until thoroughly cooked through (approx 10-20 minutes depending on size of chicken).  Remove from broth, let cool, and shred with forks.  Return chicken to broth.

In a separate container cook udon noodles according to package directions.  Once cooked, add to chicken and broth.  Add water as necessary.  Salt & pepper to taste.  Add cabbage and carrots and let soak into juices for a few minutes.  Drizzle with sesame oil to taste.