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Low Phosphorus International Recipes with Chef Joel Schaefer



– Hi there, my name is Joel Schaefer, and welcome For over a decade, I focused my culinary career on helping to educate others on the benefits of eating healthy foods that are specific to the individual's dietary needs

Have you ever hesitated to indulge in international foods because of a kidney diet? I'm gonna walk you through three really great international recipes that you can do at home Each of these recipes are low in salt, potassium, and phosphorous Let's begin with Shrimp and Pea Risotto one of my favorite recipes Now this is usually known as a high end recipe but it is so simple you can do it at home and you will find out that everyone in your family is gonna love this recipe To start, add ten ounces of shelled and de-veined shrimp into an oiled skillet on medium-high heat

Sprinkle just a little bit of salt and pepper on the shrimp and cook for approximately three minutes or until the shrimp are pink and no longer opaque Next, heat a medium sauce pan with a tablespoon of olive oil over medium high heat Into that add a cup of chopped onions and another pinch of salt and saute for four minutes until the onions begin to soften Then we'll add one and half cups of Arborio rice and stir for two minutes until all the grains are well-coated with oil What's important about Arborio rice is that when it cooks slowly, it releases a lot of starch and causes a very creamy texture

Now it's time to set your timer for eighteen minutes and begin adding in liquids Pour a half a cup of white wine and stir until completely absorbed Begin to mix in hot, low-sodium vegetable broth half a cup at a time while continuously stirring After the timer goes off, the rice should be tender but still a little bit firm From there, peas, lemon juice, lemon zest, and arugula

This adds such a great color to this dish Lastly, add in the cooked shrimp, mix in additional broth, if needed, or until the risotto is very creamy Now it's ready to eat Up next, we're gonna show you how to make a really great weeknight recipe Shanghai Stir-Fried Pork and Cabbage

In this recipe, we're gonna show you how to reduce the sodium, potassium, and phosphorous by using low-phosphorous ingredients and cutting the vegetables in small pieces so they are stretched throughout the dish Start by cutting twelve ounces of pork loin into very thin slices Then in a medium bowl whisk together corn starch, low-sodium soy sauce, sherry, pepper, and a tablespoon of peanut oil Add in the pork and toss to coat Let that marinate in the fridge for about an hour

In a large skillet over medium-high heat, add one and half tablespoons of peanut oil When that gets hot, add the pork Cook that for one to two minutes until almost cooked through Set that aside Add in another one and a half tablespoons of peanut oil to the skillet, stir in the shiitake or other mushrooms, peppers, and green onions

Cook the veggies until tender This should take about two minutes Add half of the thinly sliced cabbage and a quarter cup of the low-sodium broth into the veggies Cook until the cabbage starts to wilt, then add the rest of the cabbage and broth Return the pork to the pan and cook until heated through, about one to two minutes

Remove from heat and serve with white rice and your favorite chili sauce Try adding some garlic too to intensify the flavor If you're tired of the same old potato macaroni salad when you go to a picnic or pot luck, we're gonna show you how to make a really great couscous salad We're gonna be using low-phosphorous, Mediterranean flavors to make this dish your next pot luck party For the salad, take medium sauce pan and bring one and a half cups of water to a boil

To that, add one cup of couscous Once the water is fully absorbed, remove the pan from the heat and let it stand When the couscous has cooled slightly, add chickpeas, cucumbers, olives, soaked onions, and parsley and stir gently Just before serving, toss in a little feta cheese and our homemade low-phosphorous dressing to taste You'll want to whisk the dressing together before preparing the salad to allow time for marinading in the fridge

After seeing these three great international recipes, I know that you'll be excited about expanding your palate with international foods Just as long as you pick the right ingredients, keep on your kidney-friendly diet

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