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Atkins Diet Recipes: Low Carb Teriyaki Stir Fry (IF)


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Here is my recipe for making Low Carb Stir Fry with a home-made Teriyaki sauce. I am surprised at all easy this recipe is to make, and low carb stir fries remain one of dietary staples. Is it any wonder how I can more vegetables now than ever before?

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Ingredients Low Carb Teriyaki Stir Fry
20 oz Pork Shoulder, marinated & thinly sliced
2 TBS Coconut Oil
1 small Onion
3 stalks Celery
1 Green Pepper
2 Red Pepper
2 cloves Garlic

Teriyaki Sauce
3 TBS Soy Sauce
2 TBS Splenda
1 tsp Ground Ginger
1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
1/4 tsp Xanthan Gum

Nutrition Facts: (6 Servings)
1 servings: 315 Calories: 19g protein; 22.6g fat;
9.5g carbs (-3.3g Fiber)

(IF = Induction Friendly)

21 comments

  1. Good vid! Now for variation, Snow peas, green/yellow/red capsicum (yanks call them peppers it seems from what I saw in this video) and cut up mushrooms! My son hates those normally but when I do a beef or chicken stir fry with them as ingredients, he loves it! Use either black bean, Hoi Sin, Teriyaki, Mongolian, all taste yummy! Im adding some garkic paste with teryaki tonight, thats why I came across this video when searching for recipes! The trick is, with my son at least, is cook veg down while adding the sauce, plus some soy sauce as well, then add the meat which has been pre cooked of course and make sure you don't skimp on the sauces you are using! Simmer for 5 to 19 mins! Cheers, DTox.

  2. Made this tonight, and all i can say is YUM!!!!! definitely going to be cooking this regularly. My husband loves it also, so all good here!! 🙂 keep up the awesome work you are doing, your sir are a true inspiration!!! 😀

  3. The God made it rule — doesn't work with me not because I don't think God made food for us to eat. He did. He also made arsenic and cyanide. He also gave us brains and talents to develop other foods in new ways. That's the same reason I enjoy cars and don't only ride horses.

    That said I respect those that only eat natural sweeteners, but their choice is not mine or what has given me the health and success I have today.

  4. So nearly 20 years of their consumption and no bad effects yet. There are also plenty of safety reports as well. The studies with negative effects have an RDI consumption way in excess of what I am eating per day.

    Unless God made the white crystals of Stevia or the syrup comes out of the tuber of yacon in that form, that counts those out as well. Yacon syrup looks promising as a replacement to molasses, but then again I don't use much blackstrap molasses.

  5. I appreicate what you have noted and yes maybe no bad effects yet. Splenda is sugar that has been bleached and bleach is one of the most toxic subtances on earth. Might I suggest yacon syrup? I congratulate you on your weight loss, that is fantastic. Since so many people view you tube I just wanted to speak out as splenda is fairly new and we may not see it's cons until some years down the road. I read once if God did not make it, don't eat it. Good luck on your continuied success!

  6. I have, and I have friends who have used Splenda since the 90s with no deleterious effects. The artificial vs. natural argument is not what I am concerned with as natural substances made me 429 pounds not an artificial one. I have tried Stevia in my recipes, but having tried multiple brands, none performed well. They are all herbal and don't taste nearly as well.

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