|Miracle Noodle Angel Hair Shirataki Pasta|
Here’s the product description I got from the official website.
Miracle Noodle Miracle Noodle Angel Hair is the perfect addition to any health-conscious eater’s cache. These delicious angel hair shirataki noodles are thin and airy, so they make a great starting point for many tasty Italian entrees! What are shirataki noodles, exactly? Unlike typical noodles, which are made of flour or grains, shirataki noodles are made of the Japanese konjac plant – which means they’re essentially 97 percent water and 3 percent soluble fiber – so they’re much better for you.
Each serving of Miracle Noodle Angel Hair contains zero calories and less than 1 gram of carbs. In fact, that small carb content is only from the fiber and a natural calcium additive that helps the noodles keep their shape.
Zero calories, soy-free, gluten-free, cholesterol-free. Made with non-GMO ingredients. Contains less than 1 gram of carbs per serving (only from fiber). Made in the U.S.
I’m proud to say that I make good spaghetti, and the downside, whenever I cook it, I cheat. 🤦🏻♀️ Not for long, this shirataki noodle is miraculous. Pinky promise. I was expecting the healthy-not-so-tasty-kind of alternate, but oh my, seriously, it tastes normal/regular. Not diet food. I’m over the moon! 🤗
|Easy peasy. Drain the water. Rinse with cold water, there’s a weird scent but it will not stay once boiled for 2 minutes. Drain. Then pan fry, no oil, in medium heat until all water is out, and noodles are dry. Al dente. 👌🏻|
|Keto Shirataki Spaghetti 😋|
One pack can be good for two servings. I put so much sauce and cheese that’s why. Hahaha.
|Korean Japchae with Shirataki Pasta 🥡|
So I’m just happy to eat pasta for a while without feeling guilty. I will try the fettuccini and rice (really, rice, for real!?) next. I will keep you posted on my progress. More often than not, fan meetings inspire me to commit. I’m thinking of going to one this August. Hah. ✌🏻So, let’s do this! Aja! Aja! Fighting! 👊🏼