Miracle Noodle, Garlic & Herb, Shirataki Pasta, 7 oz (198 g)
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- So Low in Calories... "Its a Miracle!"
- Guilt Free Noodles
- Soy Free
- Gluten Free
- Cholesterol Free
- Certified Vegan
- BPA Free
What is Shirataki Pasta?
Known for its health benefits for 2000 years in China and Japan, Shirataki is made from the root of a plant called the Konnyaku Imo.
Shiratakl is made only from the soluble fiber of the plant, as such it only contains a healthy soluble fiber known as glucomannan. Since it is only made of soluble fiber, it is remarkably low in calories.
Miracle Noodles absorb the flavors of any sauce or dish you prepare.
Use Miracle Noodles as a pasta substitute in any dish dramatically reducing calories. Finally you can have your pasta and eat it too! They are the ultimate guilt free noodle. Now you know why we call them Miracle Noodles!
Miracle Noodle is a small family business dedicated to providing the highest quality non-soy traditional shirataki on the market.
Cooking Instructions: Drain water out of the package and rinse the noodles in a colander for 30 sec. Add the noodles to lightly salted water and boil for 2-4 minutes. Drain back into colander and then place the noodles in a skillet on medium heat to remove the excess moisture, then add sauce or add to your favorite recipe!
Refrigerate after opening.
Purified water, konnyaku flour, garlic and herb mix and calcium hydroxide.
Manufactured in a facility that also processes soy products.
These noodles were made from plants that were not genetically engineered.
Do not freeze.
|Serving Size: 3.0 oz (85 g)|
|Servings Per Container: 2.3|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Sat. Fat||0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Total Carb.||3 g||1%|
|Dietary Fiber||2 g||6%|
|*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based in a 2,000 calorie diet.
Contains trace calories.
have been using shirataki noodles for a while, and I'm VERY pleased. I used these in a garlic sauce, and that worked very well :) For other dishes I stick to the regular kind, though. Keep in mind that these taste best in noodle-style dishes, they don't do great in traditional pasta recipes.
I rinse in very hot water, and drain for a minute, add sauce and voila! I don't miss pasta (trigger food)!
Posted by 4878543591055585858 on Dec 12, 2015
If you like something that doesn't have much taste I recommend these. They don't have much noodle texture either, but they could probably go well with a noodle soup or something that could keep them in a liquid.
Posted by Wakeupgrindrepeat on Jun 22, 2015
I prefer this to the original shirataki noodle which has no flavour ! Love the garlic and herb . Not much to complain about except maybe the price :P
Posted by 4774120330609361543 on Apr 25, 2015
Decided to give these a try, having read the reviews I was ready for an unpleasant odor upon opening the pack. However, nothing could prepare me for the stench, although the smell lingered in the kitchen the actually noodles didn't appear to have absorbed the stink. Handling and preparing the noodles was enough to kill my appetite stone cold. So if you are looking to lose weight give these a try, you'll definitely feel green upon taking a sniff food will be the last thing on your mind. I would save your money and satisfy for craving with spiralized veg or try the excellent kelp noodles instead.
Posted by Beckyquinn on Nov 16, 2014
These noodles are definitely different. I used them for chicken pesto and they were alright but certainly not great! Followed the directions to a T and noted that they do smell weird when cooking but the taste isn't horrible! I probably won't buy them again. They're pricey and there is only one large serving per bag.