FiberNoodles.com is a food and recipe blog dedicated to delicious low carb recipes and living a healthy low carb lifestyle. FiberNoodles offers information and recipes featuring delicious and versatile Shirataki Noodles as well as other low carb foods and specialty ingredients that improve health and vitality and promote healthy weight. We are here to support and help people who are trying to lose weight, manage blood sugar, and offer delicious low carb healthy options and recipes.
The FiberNoodles Cookbook
The FiberNoodles Cookbook is dedicated to recipes featuring Shirataki Noodles.
What are Shirataki Noodles?
Shirataki noodles have been well known in Japan for years but have never before beenconverted into Western and International cuisine recipes. I am sure you will find the recipes in this book to be fun and delicious. You will enjoy many Asian classics withJapanese, Thai and Chinese influences. Italian favorites like Manicotti, Pesto, andLasagna. American favorites like Macaroni and Cheese and Chicken and dumplings.International favorites like Mediterranean pasta and Spicy Mexican enchilada noodles.Even some tasty sweet desserts.
The recipes in this book support and recommend healthy, organic ingredients, lowglycemic sweeteners, low carbohydrate ingredients, high quality nutritious fruits andvegetables, quality protein and dairy products and healthy fats such as nuts and oliveoil. Although the recipes are not designed specifically to be low in fat, many of the recipes offer lower sodium or low fat variations for people who are concerned with theseissues.
Shirataki Noodles FAQ
Q: What are the noodles made of?
A: The noodles are made of pure konjac flour orglucomannen fiber. They have no starch, sugar, wheat, gluten, or calories.
Q: Do the noodles taste like regular pasta?
A: The noodles do not have any flavor oftheir own. They absorb the flavors from spices and sauces they are cooked with. Thetexture is different.
Q: How do I “cook” the noodles?
A: The noodles are ready to add to any of therecipes. Just rinse thoroughly for several minutes, pat dry, pan roast for several minutesand add to sauces or mix with spices. The noodles can be stir fried, baked, topped withsauce, served cold or hot, marinated, or added to soups. The pure konjac fiber is anexcellent thickener for soups, sauces, and gravies.