Pasta hits the right spot in your diet with its crazy low GI (Glycemic Index). On top of that Shirataki has like no calories!!
Prepared the same way you would do making pasta, Shirataki makes a simple alternative to an already healthy meal.
For special tips on base preparations refer to the page on Shirataki Noodle Recipe for a detail look on how to properly prepare Shirataki before cooking to bring out the best taste possible.
Shirataki Pasta - 126 Cal / 1serving – Cook time:10 minutes
Let’s start making tarako spaghetti with shirataki!
For people too busy to make sauce from scratch, using store bought sauce is okay.
What you are going to need
|Ingredient & Amount||Calorie|
|180-200 g (1 bulb) shirataki||12 Cal|
|20 g (1/5 whole) tarako||28 Cal|
|10 g butter||75 Cal|
|1/8 sheet dried seaweed||1 Cal|
|parmesan cheese||10 Cal|
How to make Shirataki Pasta
Cooking instructions for shirataki pasta:
- Peal of the skin of the tarako and place in a adequately sized bowl
- Cut pre-prepared shirataki into pasta noodle lengths
- Add shirataki into hot frying pan and cook until moisture is removed
- Lower frying pan heat, adding butting and mixing with shirataki
- Stop heat and add tarako to the pan, dressing the shirataki-butter mixture
- Add enough parmesan cheese that fits your taste
- Remove from pan onto a plate and start applying the finishing touches, shredded seaweed
When using store bought sauce, just add the sauce to the shirataki after completing removing moisture.
Shirataki Pasta Review
Best pasta recipe that anyone can make (5 out of 5)
It was just what I thought it would be like Tarako spaghetti with Shirataki. No surprise except for… This may actually be my favorite! Not only does it require like no special ingredient (nothing I can’t go out and buy) all you have to do is put the heat on and yes it’s done. Personally, I recommend this to you.
Cooked by Satoh (Thanks for the good eats Satoh!)