Sure if you keep it op. Shrimp and broccoli are op..soy sauce is on the condiments list...
You can check things for yourself on the plan materials. Print out all the PDFs at Success Tools: Eat Right. You want lean, green, condiments, snacks, and meatless options (this is where the cheese lives so don't neglect it even if you're a carnivore)..
As always good advice, Freya. Love the new pic. My goodness..are you 14?..
Uhhh, no? Put the numbers in the other order.
You look no older than 25. And such a pretty new pic...
Now this I do not believe at all! Clearly it's the fault of the crappy cell phone picture - not enough resolution to see my wrinkles and gray hair. But I thank you anyway!!!..
There is a recipe by Medifast for Chicken Teriyaki that I've added to my site..
I also found a recipe here on the forums for Chicken/Shrimp/Pork Fried Rice. I have not added it to the site yet but it's located here...
I agree! You don't even look like the same person! Keep it up..
Thank you, darlings! I really appreciate it. And I now apologize to the OP for the thread hijack about my fabulousness and return you to any remaining discussion of Chinese food...
I second that!!!.
And to the OP, on-plan Chinese food is great. Happy woking!!..
There is a spicy shrimp and cabbage recipe from the forums I've used a couple of timesthe shredded cabbage stir-fried is a nice texture and bulk, IMO.
Spicy Thai Shrimp and Cabbage.
Approx. 1/8 head cabbage, shredded or coarsely chopped (to equal 3 servings cooked).
1 tsp. olive oil.
1 Tbsp. diced Onion (optional if you want to save on condiments).
1/8 tsp garlic powder.
7 ounce frozen cooked shrimp, thawed.
1 tsp. reduced sodium soy sauce.
1/2 tsp. dried cilantro.
1/4 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes (more or less according to taste).
Heat 1 tsp. olive oil in skillet. Add onion and cabbage and stir fry for about 3 minutes until the cabbage is crisp-tender. Remove cabbage and keep it warm. In the same skillet, add cooked shrimp, soy sauce, cilantro, garlic powder, and red pepper flakes. Stir and heat thoroughly (about 3 mins).
You could definitely use chicken and sesame oil instead, and you could omit the cilantro and maybe use a touch more garlic or a pinch of ginger if that makes the flavors seem more Chinese than Thai...
This Thai Cabbage recipe is one of my favorites- I make mine with sea scallops usually, they are readily available to me here in the northeast!..