Sea Tangle Noodle Company Kelp Noodles -- 12 oz
Like other reviewers stated, I put these in warm water and lemon juice and let them sit for a while to get a more pasta like texture. After two hours they still had a bit of crunch, and I feared they wouldn't taste good in my dish. But I was so surprised. I used a whole package of noodles. I chopped up some chicken and cooked it in a tbsp. of coconut oil, added a half a tbsp. of sriracha sauce, 3 tbsp. of Annie Chun's Pad Thai sauce and when the chicken was done I strained the noodles and rinsed them with hot water to take away any left over lemon juice and put them in my pan and let it cook for about 2 minutes and then I dug in. They had no crunch but were a different texture then regular pasta. I wish I had some veggies when I made these because they would of been even better. I had tried shiritaki noodles before these and absolutely detested them, they tasted like cardboard and were the texture of rubber bands and I could not get the texture to be better no matter what I tried. These were easy to prepare and tasted so good. I will definitely purchase these again.
March 27, 2014
New Spaghetti in the House.
I love this Noodles. You can use with sauce and it is like you having pasta. Everyone is getting away from gluten, this is tasty and healthier!!
March 23, 2014
This is the greatest pasta replacement.
I love these noodles. Put it in tomatoe sauce, or stir fries,etc. just like pasta without the guilt. Healthy too. Already have family and friends eating them too.
March 19, 2014
These noodles are surprisingly good, they have no real flavor of there own, they pick up the flavor of the sauce you put on them. They're quite thin and have a crunchy rubbery texture. They don't need to be cooked, just rinse and eat.
March 13, 2014
yummy noodle alternative
I use these in soups and asian stir fries and they really absorb the flavor of different broth and sauces well. They add bulk to the meal without the extra calories. I prefer them cooked instead of raw, but they are edible both ways. I always have some on hand in the cabinet.
February 23, 2014