Shirataki noodles literally make no sense. Most packages have anywhere from 0-15 calories and roughly 6 grams of carbs. For that reason, they’re a keto dream come true, and as the diet gained popularity so did this low-carb wonder. The noodles stem from Asia and are largely composed of water and a product from the Konjac plant called Glucomannan. While they don’t have much flavor on their own, their consistency is surprisingly similar to standard pasta. So, here is some recommendation for healthy recipes for you!
Tofu Shirataki Tuna Noodle Casserole
This is a delicious and healthy take on tuna noodle casserole using tofu shirataki noodles topped with colorful vegetables. The main difference between a classic tuna noodle casserole and this healthy version is the noodles being used – fettuccine style tofu shirataki noodles instead of classic wheat flour pasta.
Shirataki Noodles With Almond Butter Sauce
Coconut does an amazing job at creating a soy sauce flavor without containing any soy and the almond butter could almost be mistaken for peanut butter in this dish, especially when mixed with the rest of the ingredients. You could also use cashew butter or tahini. So all in all, you’ve got a healthy, vegan & paleo-friendly dish that tastes just like a classic peanut noodle stir fry. Delicious!
15-Minute Stir-Fried Shrimp Shirataki Noodles
Make this easy low carb shirataki noodles stir fry with veggies and shrimp. You need this miracle noodle stir fry in your life! Mix with the vegetables such as bokchoy, broccolini or broccoli, snap peas, snow peas are perfect. For seasoning, You can omit oyster sauce if you want. You can use fish sauce or vegan fish sauce, tom yum paste, red or green curry paste.
Coconut Basil Chicken Shirataki Noodle Bowl
This coconut basil chicken Shirataki noodle bowl promises fast prep and great flavor for your low carb or keto weekday meal prepping. You’ll love this easy coconut curry! If you don’t like Miracle Noodles, serve over steamed and drained zucchini noodles. Use about 1 pound of zoodles per 4 people for 6 net carbs per person.
Yellow Curry Noodles with Tofu Shirataki
This delicious yellow curry noodles dish is topped with pan-fried shrimp. It’s an easy, comforting meal that’s ready in less than 45 minutes. Grab some chopsticks and be ready to get your slurp on! The natural sweetness of regular coconut milk makes this noodle soup shine. If the fat content is an issue, feel free to substitute it with light coconut milk.
Keto Japanese Mushroom Pasta with Shirataki
If you have any leftover mushrooms in the fridge, you can combine it with shirataki noodles for better taste. They don’t require any special preparation nor have a strong odor, so perfect for quick meals like this. The butter, cream, and oil provide plenty of fat, while the mushrooms are relatively low in net carbs. This recipe of mushroom pasta has 4g of net carbs in total (as pictured). Portions can be kept on the smaller side as the shirataki noodles are rather filling!
Shirataki noodles are quickly becoming the not-so-secret weight loss superfood. With zero calories and zero net carbs, these fiber-rich, gluten-free noodles are the perfect substitution. You may try one of the healthy recipes above!