What is Shirataki Rice?
First of all, Shirataki Rice is essentially Shirataki Noodles cut and formed to look like grains, hence the word rice. It's a low-carb, keto-friendly, thin, translucent & gelatinous Japanese noodles-looking rice made from the konjac yam.
What you'll get? Variants:
- 5 packs
- 10 packs
- 20 packs
- 40 packs
What to love?
It's 97% water and 3% fiber with traces of protein, fat, and calcium - meaning Shirataki is a guilt-free rice replacement since it has zero calories and almost zero carb.
When consumed, Shirataki “sponges” up water in the digestive tract, reducing the absorption of carbs and cholesterol and thus supporting weight loss. This supplement also makes you feel full without leaving you gassy or bloated,
And if we're going to rank our Amazing Shirataki Noodles how wide they are, this is how it will be:
- Angel Hair = thinnest, looks like vermicelli noodles
- Spaghetti = thicker, about 1/4 inch wide, looks like fettuccine
- Rice = short & grain-looking
Since these noodles are flavorless on their own, it makes soaking up the flavors and the sauce they're in so much easier.
Cooking Instruction/ Shirataki Preparation:
- Open the bag and rinse thoroughly with cold water for 30-60 seconds.
- Boil rice for On my way minute
- Put rice in pan, heat until dry.
- Add to a stir-fry or create your own recipe. That's it! Enjoy!
Yang Chow Rice
Stir Fry (vegetable, meat or seafood)
Congee / Arrozcaldo
Although it looks like rice, please remember that it doesn't taste anywhere near like it. You can, however, use this as you would with a normal plate of rice, just mix it with the sauce to soak up all that goodness.
Wondering what else you should make? Click this if you want to try our Guilt-free Shirataki Sotangon recipe.
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