What do you call a noodle you can eat any amount of and not worry about calories?
Which is why the Japanese Shirataki noodle is branded as Miracle Noodle. It’s made from a root vegetable which is why it has enough natural fibre to leave you feeling full without piling on the the carbs.
It cooks really quickly too. All you need to do is drain it and boil it for 1 minute, then mix with your favourite sauce. Alternatively you can pan roast them in a skillet for a minute to give them slightly more bite.
In addition to being carb-free, big plus point however is that they are generally allergen free with no gluten, wheat or soya to trouble anyone with an intollerance.
Shirataki Konjac has been known and used in Asia for over 2000 years. It is also known as Moyu or Juruo in China, and Konnyaku in Japan.