Miracle Noodle Shirataki Spinach Angel Hair Gluten Free -- 7 oz
A Pasta Lover's Dream
I really enjoy shirataki noodles. They have no flavor of their own. Instead they absorb the flavor of the ingredients you put on them, i.e., marinara sauce, alfredo sauce, etc. The texture is a bit different than normal semolina pasta, but I have no problem with it at all. My only gripe about these is the smell that wafts out of the bag when you open it! Whew! Talk about a stout seaweed odor. BUT, that's not a problem if you rinse them REALLY well.
I highly recommend these noodles to anyone who loves pasta, but doesn't need the extra calories or gluten that's in regular pasta.
February 26, 2014
These noodles are delicious
For someone that has allergies to white flour, these noodles truly are a miracle. And I like that they have different varieties.
November 14, 2013
The first time I tried these noodles, I sort of liked them. However, after the second or third try, the texture made me feel sick. Admittedly, I ate them plain. I think they would work better in a dish with other ingredients or maybe with tomato sauce. But by themselves, they're pretty slimy and gross. They have virtually no taste, so that's not the issue, it's the texture.
November 2, 2013
Tasted better than I imagined
It was nice to know that I was eating something good for me that still tasted ok.
October 27, 2013
delicious for what it is
Its great for what it is. If you expect it taste like "real" pasta you will be disappointed. Ive liked all of the miracle noodles (not the rice one so much) from the very first time I tried them. I do not find the smell to be offensive as some people do. I am a low carb, whole foods cook in which most foods take hours to prepare. When I'm short on time and need a quick meal these miracle noodles come in handy. Are they nutritious, No; but the sauce I make to top it with is. My favorites are this spinach one and the garlic one.
September 12, 2013