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Shirataki Noodles (Pack of 5)

3.6 out of 5 stars 156 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Its totally a beneficial type of fiber, they have almost no "bad" carbohydrates
  • Shirataki comes from the root of a plant called Amorphophallus Konjac grown in various parts of Asia
  • It also contributes to fiber intake, and can be a substitute for starchy noodles

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  • Miracle Noodle Shirataki Pasta, 6 bag Variety Pack, 44 ounces (Includes: 2 Shirataki Angel Hair, 2 Shirataki Rice and 2 Shirataki Fettuccini)
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Product Description

Matsuda Shirataki Noodle Dumplings are delicious noodle dumplings rolled into bundles, low-carb, and good for a healthy diet. Shirataki noodles absorb the flavor of whatever you add them to, so don't be shy with the sauce. These weight-loss noodles leave you feeling full and satisfied all-day long. Shirataki noodles contain little carbs or calories, and are rich with dietary fiber.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002CENRLG
  • UPC: 094922824738
  • Item model number: Miracle Noodles
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,839 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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I use these frequently. Calorie and carbohydrate free, but just as filling as spaghetti. Although they don't taste like standard pasta, they're a wonderful substitute for when you have carb cravings. The fishy smell rinses right away and they absorb the flavor of the sauce. A little on the strange side with texture - 'rubbery' sounds worse than it is, but I can't figure out another description. Still really enjoy them. I use udon seasoning packets or boullion usually, but pasta sauce works well. I find that if you rinse and prepare them, then allow to sit an hour or so to absorb the flavor, it works really well. Toss them in the microwave and voila! Great product.
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Stick with the angel hair. They "chew" much better. I first tried the thick linguine one and it was like chewing rubber bands. I took a chance on the angel hair and it was actually very edible. Satifies the carb crave with no guilt. I get them at the supermarket cause AMAZON does not offer them with free shipping.
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This is not normal pasta. This a flavorless, odorless, spongy-textured dietary fiber in noodle form. It's a US-branded Shiritaki noodle, made of glucomannan.

Why do people say it smells? Because it's a japanese product, and the packing fluid that smells neutral to the japanese smells fishy to us. However, rinse the noodles in a strainer thoroughly, parboil them for a minute, and the smell is gone. There is absolutely no fishy odor or flavor (or ANY odor or flavor, for that matter) to properly rinsed and parboiled Shiritaki noodles.

These noodles just add texture and filling to your meal. Add them to soup or stir fry, serve them with grilled meat... they're an excellent complement to a carb-free or low-calorie diet. Just don't expect them to taste like spaghetti. They make you feel full, and the fiber is good for you.

The noodles are totally fine stored at room temperature for a month or two. They last even longer in the fridge.

Some Shiritaki noodles have tofu in addition to the glucomannan, and therefore have calories. This particular brand, however, does not.

Shiritaki noodles will not substitute in your favorite Italian dish. They're much better paired with various Asian recipes and spices.
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Some of these reviews crack me up! Obviously the directions were not read or followed. The noodles are put in a solution that does smell 'fishy', BUT it says that and it also says to rinse in warm water for 3-5 minutes, not 15 seconds. Then it says to DRY them in paper towel or other. When you add to your meal or sauce, the noodles absorb that flavor. The Miracle Noodle website is great for explaining the whole concept of the noodle. Is the texture different? YES, but to me it is worth the acquired feel. You eat these noodles, you will not be hunger for the rest of the day, seriously! And...let your imagination make recipes for you. I do wish there were more recipes out there to find, but I just get creative. Try a bag and see for yourself...BUT follow the directions and if any questions the Miracle Noodle website has an online chat... (No, I do not work for them, I just like the products).
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I'm ordering my second round. These are a great substitue for pasta. Rinse, Rinse, Rinse to get the fishy smell off. Love that they are 0 calories and 0 carbs!! Definitely recommend!
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I almost cannot believe that these noodles have next to no calories or carbohydrates. As a pasta-lover who is attempting to eliminate gluten from my diet as well as lose weight, I am in pasta heaven after discovering shirataki "noodles." I have made great use of this product with vegetable sauces and in soups. The noodles themselves don't have a lot of flavor on their own, but then, neither do semolina noodles. I was very surprised that the texture of shirataki noodles is so similar to traditional pastas; so many gluten-free noodles just don't satisfy my cravings for pasta, but this product does. I need a truckload of this stuff! Highly recommended for anyone seeking a low-carb, low-calorie, satisfying pasta meal. Even better that they are gluten-free! Shirataki noodles are now a must-have staple in my kitchen.
Did I mention that shirataki noodles are also vegan and GMO-free? They are. Get some and enjoy!!!
P.S.---
After reading several reviews from others, I wanted to add my two cents on the fishy smell and preparation of shirataki noodles:
Yes, this product does have a fishy smell when first opened. RINSE the noodles. Duh. Rinse them well in cold water and then drain before using.
Several reviewers mentioned a "rubber-band" texture to the noodles. Personally, I don't find their texture unpleasant; if I had to compare their texture to anything, it would be to semolina spaghetti noodles that are very slightly overcooked. They are a bit more tender than al dente pasta, yet firm in a different way as a result of from what they are made.
Some reviewers mentioned that they boiled or roasted the noodles; I like to simply rinse them in cold water and then heat them in the microwave with my favorite sauce (marinara).
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