Shirataki Noodles (I use miracle noodles angel hair pasta).
Litehouse Sesame Ginger Dressing.
Veggies, any type, frozen or fresh.
I grill the chicken and saute the veggies with it. At the last minute I add the Sesame Ginger dressing and anger hair pasta noodles.
Volia, instant chinese food...
Great idea! I remember my mom used to make spaghetti pie occasionally when I was little. It was ok.
Stirfry (makes 2 servings).
8 oz. house brand fettucini.
1.5 cups broccoli florets.
2 tbsp. chinese bbq sauce.
2 Quorn Chicken patties.
1 tbsp. duck sauce.
Non-stick cooking spray.
Parboil noodles. Cube patties and cook in pan sprayed with non-stick cooking spray with broccoli and bbq sauce. when mostly cooked, add noodles. stir until noodles are coated in sauce. add 1/2 tbsp. duck sauce to each serving.
Mac & Cheese (makes 1 serving).
8 oz. house brand fettucini.
1/2 cup low fat cottage cheese.
Parboil noodles. strain noodles and put in bowl. add cottage cheese. mix. eat..
Spaghetti & Meatballs.
House brand fettucini.
Homemade (ok, fine, use the lowest carb jar sauce you can find) spaghetti sauce.
Trader Joe's Soy Meatballs.
Veggie Slices Parmesan (I'm not sure if it's actually called Veggie Slices but it's made with soy and you'll find it in the same place).
Cook meatballs in sauce for a minimum of 20 minutes on the stove. parboil noodles. decide on your noodles to sauce ratio. If you only like a little, you get 7 oz. of noodles and 1 oz. of sauce.
Of noodles and 2 oz. of sauce, etc.. add 5 fake meatballs* and sprinkle lightly with soy parmesan.
*it's 6 meatballs to a serving so if you want to use the parm then you need to subtract it from the meatballs...
How long do you boil the shiritake noodles before adding?..
I tried the spaghetti pie last Friday. I made a shirataki one for me and one with angel hair for my girlfriend. I added soy meatballs for protein and it was rather yummy. I couldn't finish it though. I left a few bites of noodles. I figured it was ok though because I ate a lot of sauce.
The full serving of shirataki noodles is just soooo much...
Is there any difference between the plain shirataki noodles and the tofu ones as far as how to count on the diet?..
How do we log these noodles into our day? Also, at the market checkout yesterday, I bought a copy of a mag called FIRST.On the cover stated an article "The carb that melts fat". It is all about these noodles. Aside from success stories, there are quite a few recipes. Can these noodles be purchased at chain supermarkets or do I have to find an Asian market?..
I've found these at 1 local market - It's called Sendik's, but it's very, very regional, I think only the greater Milwaukee area. But they had 4 different kinds, so yay! They had in the cool cases next to the tofu. Sendik's is more of an "upscale" grocer, not an Asian market or anything like that...
I've added the House brand Fettuccini as a private food so it should show up if you search for it under other foods. 8 oz. counts as all your green for the lean and green. we're allowed to have the yam and the yam & tofu varieties of noodles but the yam & tofu ones need to be refridgerated dand have more carbs..
I buy my noodles at Pricechopper...