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Guest LadyC

if you don't add the noodles, the stir fry will be naturally low in carbs. if you must have noodles, i hear people talk about spaghetti squash as a substitute for pasta, but i hate squash so you won't see me trying it.

i found this recipe on cooks.com for maple syrup. don't ask me where the maple is.

SUGAR-FREE MAPLE SYRUP

1 c. frozen apple juice concentrate

1 or more tbsp. apple flavoring

2 packets of Equal

1/2 c. water with 1 tsp. cornstarch dissolved

1 tbsp. butter (optional)

Boil everything together. Cool and serve on waffles, pancakes, etc. Keep refrigerated or can be frozen.

(i buy mrs. butterworth's sugar free syrup myself, it's the BEST!)

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i found this recipe on cooks.com for maple syrup. don't ask me where the maple is.

Thanks, but what I was after was a stir-fry syrup (i.e. orange chicken). I'm thinking if I can get a base syrup I can add the food extract of my choice.

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Guest LadyC

you could try this one. da vinci syrups are available at netrition.com, but i've also seen them at albertsons in the diet area.

Orange Chicken Stir Fry Ingredients:

3 chicken breasts, cut into strips

1 tbsp olive oil

1/2 cup water

1/4 cup DaVinci orange syrup*

1 tsp guar gum

salt and pepper

1/4 tsp ground ginger

1/4 cup soy sauce

3/4 cup red pepper, chopped

1/4 cup onion, chopped

1 cup bok choy, shredded

Heat oil in pan.

Sprinkle chicken with salt, pepper, garlic powder and ginger and saut

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You hit the nail on the head. It was orange chicken I was in the market for making. I placed an order from netrition (my first) but I didn't order that syrup. I guess with the next order I'll give it a whirl. Thanks...

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Guest LadyC

when looking for low-carb recipes, you'll find more results on google if you use "sugar free", "low sugar", or (my favorite) "diabetic" in place of low carb.

i used to do a lot of ordering from netrition, until albertsons started carrying a lot of the same items.

let me know how the orange chicken turns out, i may try the recipe if you give it a good review!

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