No protein?

I went home for lunch today mainly because I woke up too late this morning to plan my lunch!  It’s nice to see Tony too though!

I found these noodles in the refrigerated section where you find the wonton wrappers.   They were really good!  And one cup only comes in at 210 calories.  Just boil water, add for three minutes, STIR (very important step otherwise they really clump together!) and then just add into your stir fry. 

210 calories and 43 grams of carbs - about the same as spaghetti

210 calories and 43 grams of carbs - about the same as spaghetti

I love this pop!  Pop was on sale this weekend - three 12 packs for $8.88!

I love this pop! Pop was on sale this weekend - three 12 packs for $8.88!

I cooked everything at home and brought it to eat at my desk.  I reheated it in the microwave for about 30 seconds, and as I was putting it in my dish I realized I had no protein!  No tofu, chicken or shrimp!  Hopefully this will keep me full for a while, we’ll see!

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Okay, afternoon break is over.  Come back tonight to see who won the BSI recipe contest this week!

6 thoughts on “No protein?

  1. My mouth is totally watering right now.
    -jealous-
    that looks incredibly delicious!

  2. Love the noodles! Perfect for Chinese New Year 😀

  3. That still sounds fabulous! Thanks for letting us know about those noodles!

  4. I loved that you called it “Pop.” When I talk to someone that’s not from West Virginia I get made fun of for not saying “Soda.” YAY, I’m not alone!!

    Looks like a yummy meal. Hope it stayed with you all afternoon.

  5. Oh wow, they turned out perfect!

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