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Thread: Whole Wheat White Sauce Mix

  1. #1
    angela the achiever Guest


    I'm so excited to share this VERY LOW POINT recipe, the possibilities are endless! This is a basic recipe and you can use your imagination to create wonderful entrees like clam sauce, beef stroganoff, cream-based soups, etc.

    1c. Whole Wheat Flour
    2 1/2 c. Nonfat Dry Milk Powder
    1T Salt

    Measure ingredients into a ziploc bag. Seal the bag and shake to combine ingredients.

    Basic Sauce:

    1/2 c. Whole Wheat White Sauce Mix
    1 14 oz. can Fat-free Chicken Broth
    2 oz. milk, water or dry white wine

    Bring liquid ingredients to a simmer. Whisk in sauce mix and let simmer for a few minutes to allow sauce to thicken.

    Per my calculations, a 1/2 cup of the mix is 2.5 points. This will yield 3-4 servings when liquids are added.

    The entire recipe = 960 cal, 12 g. fiber and 2 g. fat.
    1 T of the mix = 17 cal, trace of fiber and fat

    Again, the possibilities are endless, see what you can come up with by substituting a liquid of your choice for any or all amounts in the recipe. Use a little more or less mix for desired sauce thickness. Add your favorite veggies, meats, cheeses, and/or spices to create your own masterpiece!

    FYI, I used Instant Nonfat Dry Milk and it turned out great.

  2. #2
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    Sep 2001
    Mountains of North Carolina


    Thanks Angela!

    This looks great! I'll give it a shot.

    BTW, the "can" of chicken broth, is that 14 oz?
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    angela the achiever Guest


    Yes, the chicken broth is a 14 oz. can. Thanks for pointing that out, I'll edit the post.

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    So. California


    Thank you! This looks delicious.

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    This looks great.

    Question, I can't have dairy and cook with soy milk. Any idea??? I don't think that they make dry soy milk.

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    angela the achiever Guest


    Hmmm, I don't have a for sure answer about replacing the dairy in the recipe. I wonder if you do some experimenting with adding whole wheat flour to soy milk and chicken broth to thicken it up, then adding the other ingredients depending on what your recipe is.

    Good luck, let us know what you come up with!

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    Jan 2003
    Champaign, IL


    Powdered soymilk does exist, but I've never bought it, so I don't know how easy it is to come by.


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    southern Virginia


    Thanks! I love "ready mixes" like that!
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    Pacific Northwest

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    Yep. I can buy "powdered soymilk" at my local food co-op. And, of course, you can always find it on-line.

    Thanks for helping me realize I could use powdered soymilk!
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