CLAIM TO FAME: A pack of konjac or shirataki noodles with a low calorie and carbohydrate content
FAST FACTS: Dubbed the ‘‘Holy Grail’’ of diet food in European and US whole food stores; regarded as a top health food in Japan; absorbs the flavor from soups and sauces; virtually taste-free; aids in weight loss due to its dietary fiber; diabetic-friendly; controls blood-sugar spikes; lowers cholesterol levels; vegan; gluten, wheat, and soy-free
PERFECT FOR: Low-carbohydrate diets
WHAT YOU GET: (1) pack Skinny Carbs Shirataki Noodles
NET WEIGHT: 200g
EXPIRY: 1 year
INGREDIENTS: Glucomannan (Dietary Soluble Fiber), Water, Calcium Additive
Boil the noodles in water for 1 to 2 minutes. Then drain the water in a colander and rinse under tap water. Take out excess water with a paper towel. Pan-fry with your sauce or let simmer with soup. Store at room temperature.
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I made pesto with this and it's quite good. It's comparable to rice noodles. There is a hint of smell but not a big deal. I prepared it as my packed lunch so I was wondering if it's gonna be soggy but it was not. The strands tend to clump together after boiling it so I think it's better to soak it in water then toss it and mixing it with the sauce. I would love to try different recipe with this again.26 days ago
I don't like the texture. :( tried cooking it with carbonara sauce, unfortunately I did not like the outcome. Its like a noodle for palabok and I'm not of fan of it. :( Maybe its good to cook with other sauces but I don't think I'll give it another try.about 2 months ago
I CUT DOWN CARBOHYDRATES FROM MY DIET. BUT I ALWAYS CRAVE PASTAS WHICH IS HARD FOR ME. THANKS TO THIS PRODUCT I ALWAYS SATISFY MY CRAVINGS ON PASTAS. EASY TO COOK AND THE TASTE IS EASY TO MIX WITH ANY PASTA SAUCES. THIS IS A STAPLE IN MY FOOD STORAGE. HOPING THAT NEXT TIME, THEY WILL RELEASE HEALTHY READY TO HEAT PASTA SAUCES.2 months ago
I have used these Shirataki noodles in a couple of dishes, and I can say that the texture and taste is the same as that of the vermicelli noodles. It also cooks quicker than the vermicelli which is great. It is a low calorie noodle alternative without sacrificing the taste.3 months ago
I bought this noodles without knowing how it will serve its purpose to my diet until my mom stewed this along with bokchoy/chinese cabbage & tofu and lean meat. Nagulat ako na sarap pala sya kasi based on internet it should be in a salad kaso niluto ng mom ko. Anyway, it's still good for those who are in a diet. ❤4 months ago
It can be hard deciding what to eat when you want to restrict your calorie intake and the choices out there are few. This helped put variety in my low-carb menu and helped keep me on track of my weight loss goals. At work, I steep this in boiling water and cook it in the microwave for 2-3 minutes, then after draining it, I top it with Bolognese sauce and Parmesan cheese. It's a little chewy / rubbery but it does the trick of keeping me sated for a few hours. You can also add this to sotanghon broth or any kind of clear-ish soup. I recommend this for anyone trying to lose weight and is tired of eating salads all the time. :)7 months ago
When your willpower isn’t enough!
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