Zero Carb Noodles!
Last week we decided to get a bunch of Shirataki Miracle Noodles after getting one in our keto krate a few months ago. We got the variety pack which includes 2 packs each of fettuccine, rice and angel hair “pasta”. These zero carb noodles are made from an ingredient called konnyaku flour. Konnyaku flour comes from the konjac root, which consists of 50% water and 40% dietary fiber, and is used in many recipes as a thickener and a vegan alternative to gelatin. It’s gluten-free, fat-free and extremely high in fiber, which is great for low carb diets! Miracle Noodles have less than a gram of carbs in a 3 oz. serving. They’re filling, low carb, have a texture similar to traditional pasta and taste very mild.
After you cut the bag open to drain the water, you might notice a bad smell – this is normal! You need to drain the water from the bag completely, rinse the noodles and then add them to boiling water for 2 minutes. After that, throw them onto a pan for a minute or two to finish drying them out. When they’re in the pan, add whatever sauce you want (like our alfredo below) and anything else you want to mix in like chicken or meatballs and they’ll taste and smell amazing.
Our recipe for Low Carb Chicken Fettuccini Alfredo is not only easy to make but has only a few ingredients you need to use. Best of all, each serving is only 1 gram of carbs which comes from the garlic cloves. If you want, you can omit the garlic cloves and make this meal ultra low carb, but we think its flavor is pretty important to the overall feel of the dish. After all, what’s an Italian recipe without garlic??
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