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House Foods Tofu Shirataki

House Foods Tofu Shirataki


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4.36 / 5 based on 11 Reviews

Product Description

House Foods Tofu Shirataki.
20 calories.
3g carbs. 2g fiber per serving.
Spaghetti shaped noodle substitute.
No cholesterol, no sugar.
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House Foods Tofu Shirataki
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Amy Z.
Frankfort, NY
133 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
If you can get beyond the smell these are a great diet friendly substitute for Noodles in Asian dishes. You can add marinara sauce to them but due to the texture it's not really comparably to normal pasta. I rinse mine and drain them and then put them in a dry pan and cook out some of the water. Then use them
However and they usually come out decent. A little chewy, and smell like fish upon opening but at about 5 calories that's a sacrifice you have to make.
Kassidy S.
48 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
The key to liking these noodles is cooking them correctly! Dry roasting brings them to a consistency & taste similar to rice noodles.

1. Place the noodles in a strainer & rinse them for 2-3 minutes. This gets rid of the alkaline water that they are stored in. The water does initially smell fishy- but I promise they will not taste that way.
2. Place the noodles in a skillet over medium high heat. Keep tossing them around until they make a squeaking sound. While they are in the skillet you can add a few drops of lime or lemon juice if the noodle continues to smell different to you.

They are used best in dishes such as Lo Mein or a Pad Thai!
Jessica R.
Sherman Oaks, CA
1268 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 5
These are a great pasta substitute! They are gluten free, vegan and low carb! You can eat a bunch and feel full but hardly have any calories. They do have a strong smell and you have to make sure to prep them otherwise they taste funny end can be to slimy. Great in stirfry or topped in mushroom sauce. You can find them for a buck or two at most markets. Recommend.
jessica g.
Baltimore, MD
124 reviews
These are my favorite of the shirataki noodles. This brand is the best and this shape is the best of all of their noodle shapes. If you make it correctly (rinse and dry very very well) the weird smell/taste goes away. They don't taste exactly the same as pasta, so don't expect that or you'll be disappointed. But if you're like me and are looking for a pasta substitution with a TON less calories then try these out.
Courtney M.
Hebron, KY
87 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
YUM! These are the best pasta substitution! People wouldn't know the difference! Doesn't taste like anything other than the sauces you use on it! Inexpensive and portion packaged!
Victoria Z.
82 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
I love these! I would never use them as pasta though. I am part Japanese and know what to do with these noodles and how to prepare them deliciously.
Ella P.
Portland , OR
440 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 5
Tastes alright, a bit weird but not horrible. Not sure if I will get again, I prefer Shiritaki Miracle Noodle Fettuccini 24 Pack
Lindsey P.
Murrysville , PA
164 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
I tried these once and did not like them. I think they tasted like rubber bands. Even my dog wouldn't eat them
Sarah M.
157 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 1
I seriously love these, I now eat them all the time! Awesome gluten-free alternative, I love the texture, it isn't super rubbery or anything like that! Don't be put off by the initial smell, once you rinse the noodles it goes away and it doesn't taste gross either! It's a but pricey for the quantity, but it's still worth it!
Cee-Cee R.
60 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
A good substitute for pasta when you're 'lowcarbing' it. However, there is a slightly rubbery consistency which I find is reduced if you pan fry it for a few minutes. It's worth a try if you ask me and this is great for someone following a gluten free or low carb diet.
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