The original, authentic noodle that started it all, Japanese Shiratake noodles are of the highest quality available and provide the best results for taste, nutrition, and value. Low in carbs and sodium, with zero grams of fat and cholesterol, these noodles are one of the best steps to take in order to get and stay healthy. They have no flavor on their own, but will take on the taste of whatever they’re cooked with. This makes them extremely adaptable and able to accommodate to your favorite foods; and whether it’s a steaming Italian dish, a spicy Thai stir fry, or a Japanese soup, we know you’ll love these noodles.
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Cooked meat of your choice ("I like roasted chicken or pork")
Big handful of spinach ("Bean sprouts work well too")
1 - 2 drops of Hot chili oil optional
Parboil shirataki for about 5 minutes to get rid of the smell, drain and rinse well, set aside.
In a separate pan, add water, Wei Yu, Gara soup stock, soy sauce, and sea salt to taste. ("I like to flavor it a tad bit saltier so that when I add the spinach and shirataki, the flavor will balance out.")
When the soup comes to a boil, add the shirataki, meat, and spinach. Continue to boil for about 3 minutes, and it's done!
Add a few drops of chili oil for a kick. You can also add hard boiled egg, fish cakes, and just about anything you'd normally see in ramen.
Thank You Uchuujin for this wounderful shirataki noodle recipe! - AFG
These noodles are fantastic! I am on a low carb low fat diet and these noodles really add a great deal to what you can eat. Just rinse them well, boil them for a couple of minutes in beef or chicken broth and then saute them with your choice of meat and vegetables! A great low carb low fat meal that even my kids love! (A few sesame seeds are a great addition).
Friday Feb 19 2010 16:32
Monday Jan 11 2010 08:15
I have not tried the product yet so how and I write a review?