Looking for something low-carb? With these shirataki noodle recipes, you don’t have to say goodbye to your favorite noodle dishes.
Skip the zucchini zoodles for something that will really satisfy your cravings, like actual noodles!
Nicknamed ‘miracle noodles,’ shirataki noodles are almost entirely calorie and carb-free.
They’re made using a fiber called glucomannan, taken from the Konjac plant.
With a little water, it’s formed into a dough and cut into noodle shapes. Fascinating stuff!
From Asian-style dishes to classic Italian-American comforts, there are so many ways to love these guilt-free noodles.
So, let’s dive right into some shirataki noodle recipes.
1. Keto Ramen
Used in Asian cuisine for decades, it makes sense that shirataki noodles would be the star in a big bowl of ramen.
And in this recipe, they most certainly are.
Amazingly, this keto ramen is just like your classic bowl of ramen but made healthy.
Shirataki noodles are covered in steaming hot bone broth and succulent sirloin steak.
Make sure you have a pile of napkins on hand. These noodles are oh-so good for slurping!
Chicken pad Thai has to be my ultimate favorite Thai dish. It’s tangy, savory, and slightly sweet. What’s not to love?
That said, traditional Pad Thai is a high-carb street food. Which is not so great for low-carb and keto diets.
Luckily, this shirataki noodle Pad Thai ticks all the boxes.
One serving of this tasty stir-fry only has five grams of net carbs. Yeah, you heard me right. You just can’t say no!
On a cold rainy day, nothing hits the spot quite like a big bowl of noodle soup.
And with the fragrant aromatics of this Vietnamese pho, you’ll want every last bite.
Shirataki noodles have the same shape and gelatinous texture as rice noodles. So, they’re the perfect low-carb alternative for Pho.
Full of flavors, this recipe has an addictive spicy depth and a light freshness. Delish!
Creamy, spicy, and packed with low-cal noodles, this bowl of warming comfort is just *chef’s kiss*.
Plus, it’s vegetarian. Great for veggies and those looking for more plant-based meals.
And trust me, it’s so flavorful, you won’t miss the meat one bit.
The shirataki noodles leave you feeling satisfied without feeling heavy. It’s a great excuse to help yourself to seconds (or thirds)!
Shirataki noodles don’t have much flavor on their own. But that’s what makes them the perfect flavor-carrying vessels.
Low-calorie, low-carb, and delicious sounds too good to be true, right?
Well, one bite of this satisfying noodle dish, and you’ll be a die-hard believer for sure.
Almond butter, coconut aminos, and sriracha are what make up this dreamy sauce. Yum!
When you need to whip up a healthy meal fast, stir-fries are a fantastic go-to.
This recipe is great for when you’re on the go or on busy weeknights.
Throw shrimp, shirataki noodles, veggies, and yummy seasonings into a wok. Fifteen minutes later, you have this magical dish.
This recipe uses shredded cabbage and carrots, but snow peas also work great. It’s perfect for an added crunch.
There’s only one thing that’s better than creamy, cheesy pasta. And that’s low-carb creamy, cheesy pasta!
If you’re looking to serve up a hearty, comforting meal without any high-carb guilt, you need this recipe.
Shirataki noodles are the ultimate substitute to carb-packed pasta.
It’s creamy and so dreamy. Mmm!
Like I said, shirataki noodles are the perfect blank slate for delicious flavors to cling to.
This creamy peanut butter sauce wraps around the noodles like a blanket.
I’m telling you, this dish is crave-worthy. The trick is to simmer the peanut sauce until it thickens. You’ll be dying to slurp up these noodles!
Nutty, creamy, and good for you? I’m hooked.
I absolutely adore sesame noodles. They’re great by themselves, for lunch or a light meal, or as a sharable side dish.
The magic of delicious sesame noodles is the rich tahini paste. And shirataki noodles do an amazing job of capturing all that sesame flavor.
All of that makes this recipe extra yummy.
I like to pair these tasty noodles with salmon or chicken. But you can enjoy them however you like. (Beef teriyaki works great too!)
An American-Italian classic is spaghetti and meatballs.
What if I told you that you could enjoy the same hearty goodness with a fraction of the carbs?
Yeah, you can. Swap out the spaghetti for shirataki noodles and the meat for lentils and ground walnuts.
Comforting, low-cal, and filling, this recipe makes for a great plant-based and keto meal. Enjoy!
Spring rolls are the perfect summertime food. They’re cool, light, and packed full of the nutrients you need. Plus, they taste good!
This recipe only uses five ingredients. So, you can have a plate full whipped up and ready to go in no time.
By replacing vermicelli with shirataki noodles, you dramatically reduce the calories. It’s a guilt-free way to get your noodle fix.
12. Mac & Cheese
Craving your favorite comfort food? Who doesn’t absolutely adore mac and cheese? I mean, cheese and pasta are a match made in heaven.
The nostalgia of pasta shells and powdered cheese isn’t worth all the chemicals and calories.
Luckily, you won’t have to give up the ooey, gooey goodness of good ‘ole mac and cheese. This recipe has you covered!
Shirataki ‘miracle’ noodles are just that: a miracle. Eat these buttery, cheese noodles to your heart’s content.
When the weather’s scorching, you don’t really want to be hovering over a hot stove.
I know I don’t. That’s why cold noodle salads are just the trick.
What makes this noodle recipe so good are those shirataki noodles, of course.
Thin, gelatinous, and great for slurping, they’re a great way to stay cool.
Even better, this is a great lunch or light dinner that can be made ahead of time. It’s pretty convenient if you ask me.
Here’s another low-carb pasta dish to get obsessed over. Trust me, you will.
Not only are the noodles low-carb, thanks to those neat shirataki noodles, but the sauce is too.
That doesn’t mean you miss out on the good stuff. This recipe has all the butter, cream, and cheese you love.
Seriously, this pasta dupe is can’t-stop-eating levels of good. It’s perfect for cheese lovers (like me).
With this quick-and easy stir-fry, you’re nine ingredients and 10 minutes away from noodle heaven. I’m not kidding.
Stir fry your shirataki noodles, marinated chicken, veggies, and yummy sauce together. And boom, you’re ready to go.
It’s actually pretty easy to enjoy eating pasta without overloading on carbs. And it’s all thanks to shirataki noodles.
This low-cal fettuccine Alfredo proves you don’t have to give up your favorite pasta to cut the calories.
Cheesy, creamy, and full of flavor, it’s a win all around.
Have you ever heard of the trendy Buddha bowl? It’s typically a one-bowl meal with some kind of grains, veggies, and protein.
This recipe replaces grains for shirataki noodles. Making a lighter, low-calorie version of a popular lunchtime go-to.
Gluten-free, keto friendly, and vegetarian, these noodles sure seem like a miracle!
Asparagus, pea, and lemon pasta has a wonderful freshness that makes it perfect for summer or spring. And this zingy dish is seriously addictive.
Now, this pasta dish really proves the versatility of shirataki noodles.
Not only is this recipe mouthwatering, but it’s just as wonderful to look at. It’s all thanks to all that vibrant green color.
Watch how quickly your family or friends devour every last bit of this green goodness.
Speaking of green goodness, this creamy, dreamy pasta is bound to become your next obsession. I know it’s mine!
And it only takes a handful of ingredients to whip up.
Mix avocado, heavy cream, salt, and pepper together, and toss with boiled shirataki noodles. That’s all there is to it.
It’s so good, you’ll practically lick the bowl clean.
Feeling a little under the weather? A big bowl of chicken noodle soup is just the thing you need.
Comforting, savory, and exploding with flavor, this soup will warm you up from the inside.
Plus, this recipe is two net calories, so feel free to help yourself to seconds, (and then thirds).
Shirataki noodles are great vehicles to absorb all this delicious broth. So, get slurping!
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