Miracle Noodle Shirataki Angel Hair Gluten Free -- 7 oz
If cooked correctly - like everyone else has suggested - these are an excellent replacement for noodles!!! Absolutely recommend these to any person who does not eat gluten products.
February 7, 2014
good in soup but hard to cut with a spoon
these smelled fishy when i opened the bag but after rinsing as directed, the smell went away. i used these in vegetable soup and they had a chewy consistency but were hard to cut with a spoon, so I would get a big glob of them in each spoonful. I would use these again. i would like to try them with spaghetti sauce, but the price is too high to serve them to a family of 4.
February 1, 2014
Interesting noodle...a fun change
January 30, 2014
This product has great features.
What I love about the Miracle Noodle Shirataki noodles they are are angel hair, gluten free, and I am allowed to have these on my journey to healthy habits and healthy eating! I would recommend these to anyone that is looking for a Shirataki noodle.
January 20, 2014
Luckily I read the reviews before opening the bag so I knew to expect the nasty fish smell. I followed the instructions to place the noodles in a strainer and rinse well to help get rid of the fishy smell. Then, I boiled some free-range chicken broth and added the noodles in. I made sure to allow the noodles to simmer in the broth for at least 20 mins to soak up the chicken flavor. Well, it worked!!! Yum, my carb free/low calorie chicken soup was delicious. By the way, I also added shredded chicken breast, peas, carrots, and leeks with Parmigiano-Reggiano sprinkled on top. A word of advice: make sure you separate the noodles while they are wet or you will end up with one big ball of noodles. Well, I'm back to order more but next time I plan to make guilt-free chicken chow mein. It is SHOCKING that these noodles do NOT have any carbs or calories!!! It is truly a miracle- hence the name-haha I am SO happy I get to eat chicken NOODLE soup again and not feel like I stuffed myself with a pound of rice or flour.
December 20, 2013