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Yutaka Gluten Free and Organic Shirataki Konjac Noodles, 313 g, Pack of 6

£15.00

(10 customer reviews)

About this item Gluten free & Organic Shirataki Kona Noodles Fat free and very low in calories Suitable for vegetarians and vegans Perfect substitute to pasta! Great for healthy lifestyle and diet
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JAPANESE STYLE FRIED SHIRATAKI NOODLESJAPANESE STYLE FRIED SHIRATAKI NOODLES
JAPANESE STYLE FRIED SHIRATAKI NOODLES

Key ingredientsKey ingredients

Key Ingredients

Serves 2

1 pack of 200g Shirataki noodles

¼ tsp salt; 1 tbsp toasted sesame oil; 1 garlic clove, minced

½ Onion, thinly sliced; ¼ Carrot, cut into thin strips

¼ Red pepper, thinly sliced

4 fresh shiitake mushroom, thinly sliced

A handful of baby spinach

1½ tbsp soy sauce; 1½ tbsp mirin

Toasted white sesame seeds

Japanese Style Fried Shirataki Noodles

Shiritaki or Konjac Noodles are made from the root of the Konjac plant – an Asian vegetable. Known as a wonder food, they contain hardly any calories, carbs or fat and are bursting with fibre. Our konjac noodles are gluten free, organic, wok ready and suitable for vegetarians. This simple, stir-fry noodle dish is a really healthy option and is easy to rustle up in a matter of minutes.

For more recipes, check out www.yutaka.london.

  • Bring water to the boil in a large saucepan. Add a pinch of salt and cook the shirataki noodles in boiling water for 3 minutes. Transfer to a colander drain and cool. Set aside
  • Heat the toasted sesame oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat, fry the garlic, onions, carrot, red pepper and shiitake mushrooms. Stir fry until all the vegetables are coated in oil
  • Turn heat to low and add the shirataki noodles, baby spinach, soy sauce and mirin. Gently stir to combine until noodles are seasoned. Top with toasted sesame seeds

10 reviews for Yutaka Gluten Free and Organic Shirataki Konjac Noodles, 313 g, Pack of 6

  1. Tinuviel Shaw

    Perfect thickness and they don’t smell fishy when you open them. The texture is perfect too. I did buy another brand once years ago but the texture made me think it was like eating worms and I couldn’t bring myself to eat anything konjac for about ten years.These are so good though, especially for my gluten free Keto diet that I have them on repeat order and have given some to several colleagues at work to try.

  2. Helen

    Not exactly nutritious, but superb for keto.Fast heat because already cooked.Takes on the flavour of what you add.Use as noodle or pasta base.Very versatile.Each pack serves two.

  3. Julie

    Make great stir frys and very filling

  4. joe matthews

    Looking to lose the love handles bringing my torso game down.They do smell fishy when you open them but stick them in a sieve and run a tap over them for a minute and it’s all but gone.I boiled mine in chicken stock and then added to a big stir fry with some seasoning, veg, chicken breast and a little soy sauce.Just had some for lunch, I was worried I’d be left hungry as the overall carb and fat content was very minimal.It’s been and hour and I’m as satisfied as a carb rich dinner.So far no gastric crisis.Will order more in a few days if no problems arise.Recommend.

  5. Rachael Jane Mawer

    I wasn’t sure when I first ordered these as I’m really missing pasta on keto but surprisingly they’re quite nice. No taste or flavour the texture isn’t too wet they’ve got a slight bite to them they’re not the most amazing noodle but for a mid week meal for the little calories and carbs they have they’re really good I will order again.

  6. Jamille F

    I’ve read a couple of bad reviews like it smells fishy when you open the package or that it’s rubbery when you eat it but went ahead to try it. It doesn’t smell fishy at all nor does the texture feel rubbery when you chew! There’s no smell at all. I would say the texture is more al dente than rubbery. I would say, as an Asian, that this is the best keto sub product I’ve spent money on since going on keto.

  7. visionaria

    konjac noodles often have a very strong fishy smell and is necessary to wash them quite a bit too remove that. This brand wasn’t too bad actually. Love these noodles because I am gluten and rice free. These are simply vegetables with no additives. It’s great that the don’t have a flavour of anything because they compliment most dishes and no one would know that they’re not pasta. This version is like Angel pasta which is just the right size for a Chinese stir fry. Also like the fact that it’s a six pack.

  8. Amazon Customer

    I use konjac noodles to replace traditional noodles on a carb free diet. Most have a fishy odour which disappears when you cook them, these are the only ones I have found that don’t. each portion is a generous single or normal double portion. Boiling for three mins then frying in a dry pan for one min gives them the best noodle like texture I find.

  9. Gabriela Krawiec

    Was a bit worried as I’ve heard people sometimes struggle to like these, and have heard mentioned this type of noodles can have a string fishy odour. Well, I worried for nothing – they’re great! When freshly opened, they smell just of fresh uncooked fish, not a terrible smell by any means. After washing off the excess liquid under a tap, then boiling them for 5min and draining again (advice from a channel on youtube), no smell remained.Regarding the texture – a little bit tough, jelly-like, but not hard to eat (just requiring a lil bit more thorough chewing). If you like glass noodles, you’d like these 🙂 I think those that struggle with the texture probably have not had a huge variety of noodle types, and expect a very soft kind of noodle.Flavour – there is none. I honestly see them going with a whole variety of flavours, but would steer to those that are found in glass-noodle dishes, because of the texture similarity. But so far I’ve had them in a very simple dish with eggs, oil, butter, sesame seeds, and maggi seasoning (weird combo, I know, but yummy).Overall, they’re really filling and enjoyable. Don’t expect the taste of high calorie pasta/noodles, but definitely very close to glass-noodles 🙂 will buy again.

  10. Adelina Dimitrova

    I love them. They are so low calories. Very chewy and tasty.Will order more

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