Best pasta & noodles according to redditors

We found 507 Reddit comments discussing the best pasta & noodles. We ranked the 242 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/Taciturn_Pachyderm · 34 pointsr/Fitness

Potatoes are wicked. Also lentils & beans.

If I want pasta, there's this brand I buy made from black beans that has great macros. 56g uncooked = 215 cal, 25g protein, 23g carbs (12g fiber), 2g fat

u/moose_tassels · 31 pointsr/ketorecipes

Mmm....looks divine!

There's an edamame based pasta that has a better texture IMO than shirataki noodles. More carbs unofrtunately - 6 grams net per serving. Having gone a long time without pasta, though, I think their serving sizes are enormous and never eat a whole one.

u/Recovering_Raider · 26 pointsr/ramen
u/simiusboo · 25 pointsr/loseit

Thanks for the sweet words! Here are the highlights of my food. Hope it helps!

Breakfast: Weekdays I eat what's below. Weekends are a toss up. If i can swing it, I just try to make it a brunch so I save breakfast calories.

  • 160 calories | Premier Protein Shake - The chocolate one tastes amazing on its own. If I buy the vanilla one, I will mix it with ice and some coffee and it's the world's best venti sized Iced Vanilla Latte! Protip: buy them at Costco!
  • 130 calories | Quaker Instant Original Oatmeal - I used to eat this every morning with 1/2 cup vanilla almond milk. It was nice when it's cold out and kept me full.

    Lunch/Dinner: Usually it's one of these recipes below. I try to keep meals under/around 300 calories to make room for dessert and snacks!!

  • 324 calories | Baked Chicken with Dijon and Lime with a [Caprese Salad] ( (spinach/arugula, 8 cherry tomatos sliced, 1 tbsp Botlhouse Farms Lite Balsamic Vinaigrette, 0.25 oz nuts, 1 oz fresh mozzarella) - best meal ever and great for meal prep.
  • 150 calories | Shirataki Stir Fry Noodles (some combo of meat/vegetables with shirataki noodles with a sauce of 1 tsp PB2, 0.5 tbsp sriracha, 1 tbsp low sodium soy sauce, garlic)
  • 200 calories | Tomato Basil Zoodles - I replace the goat cheese with a Laughing Cow Cheese Wedge and add some chicken.
  • 245 calories | Spicy Sesame Zoodles with Crispy Tofu - I reduce all the quantities so I can make it low calorie and use PB2 instead of real PB.
  • 300 calories | Tom Yum Soup with Fresh Tofu and Mixed Vegetables - I love Thai food and this has been the best/low calorie dish I can find on the menu. Remember to ask for fresh tofu though and then they will charge extra for veggies but it's worth it!
  • 300 calories | Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich (on Sara Lee bread, PB2 and jelly) with Oven Baked Chips
  • 188 calories | Tuna Sandwich with a pickle (on Sara Lee bread with Tuna Creations and light mayo)
  • 250 calories | Turkey Sandwich (on Sara Lee Bread with Sriracha Deli Chicken Breast and spicy brown mustard) with Special K BBQ Chips
  • 220 calories | BBQ Seasoned Chicken Chopped Salad from Safeway - they have some great prepackaged salads if you need something quickly. I usually will add more lettuce to make it feel like I'm eating a lot!

    These are my go to meals but I will always venture into to find something new!

    Snacks/Desserts: I LOVE SNACKS. That's why I keep my meals low calorie. I eat the most snacks between lunch and dinner (usually pace myself with 1 an hour between 2pm and 4pm)

  • Fruits! I eat watermelon and grapes a lot cause all the water makes me feel really full (the feeling that you miss when you start dieting). I will also eat different berries, pears, peaches, apples, etc.
  • 140 calories | FiberOne Oats and Chocolate - I ended up buying the Costco box so I'm getting through that. Also I need fiber in my diet when i eat too much protein
  • 80-130 calories | Dannon Light and Fit Greek yogurt - the ones with toppings are my FAVORITE. Without toppings, they're less calories but you'll get 11g-12g protein either way
  • 180 calories | Pure Protein Chocolate Bars - best calorie/protein ratio. 21g of protein!
  • 90 calories | Pacific Gold Beef Jerky - bought it on a whim at Costco, been good source of protein
  • 60-280 calories | HALO TOP - needn't say much more
  • 50 calories | Almonds - always nice when you're just dying and need something but are on the way to grocery shop for dinner
  • 60 calories | Ghirardelli dark chocolate square - would usually have one as 'dessert' after lunch
  • 25 calories | Marshmallow - usually curbs the late night snack craving if you pop one bad boy
  • 50-70 calories | Fruit Roll Ups or fruit snacks - always loved them as a child so it's a nice throw back
u/anonymau5 · 16 pointsr/ramen

you know they make a regular non 2x spicy right? lol

u/Great_Chairman_Mao · 14 pointsr/ketorecipes

These are not bad. The noodle texture is much more noodle like than shirataki, almost like an egg noodle. There is a bit of carbs in them, but definitely manageable. You should still be able to hit your macros.

u/roseperfume · 14 pointsr/SubredditDrama

Even more laughably, these people are asking that there be some sort of label on the packages so that people know it's halal certified. Which, well, that's what these companies are paying for. I have spice mixes, noodles and a range of other things that have a halal symbol on them. Here's my favourite noodles - the halal symbol is right on the front down the bottom - the green circle.

u/Fivestar_fox · 13 pointsr/trailmeals

I cold soaked rice ramen last year on the PCT- it was a favorite meal of mine! I'm gluten-intolerant and you are right- it is a bit expensive-but totally worth it for me. I found the cheapest/most convenient option was to buy from amazon and put in my resupply boxes.

In the morning (if I wanted it for lunch) I put the ramen in a Talenti gelato container with a bit of water (it just takes a little bit of experimentation to see how much) add the seasoning packet, screwed on the lid and put it back in my food bag. 3-4 hours later, it is soft and plump! I would regularly add in tuna, or chips or whatever else I had on hand - cause, yea, that's how you do it on the trail. :)

Knorr rice sides also work awesome for cold soaking- same deal, just put it in the talenti container, add a bit of water, and hike away! Then when you stop- dinner!

In normal life, cold noodles sound terrible- but being that my hiker hunger was insatiable- it was like a fun pasta salad.

u/Xuyen · 13 pointsr/spicy

Love Shin Ramyun noodles! You should definitely try the Korean fire noodles. They're my current go-to. They're way spicier but still flavourful. If you google some variation of, "Korean spicy noodle challenge," you'll see them. The black package is great! The red package (2x spicy) I think is too hot - burns without any added flavour. The Asian grocery stores in my area have them but you can also get them on amazon:

u/TheBluePillock · 13 pointsr/ketorecipes

I hear a lot about zucchini noodles and shirataki noodles, but after trying a bunch I've settled on bean noodles as my favorite pasta replacement:

These were the only thing that made me feel like I was actually eating pasta. Everything else fell so far short that I'd just skip all my pasta favorites entirely.

u/reyomnwahs · 12 pointsr/ketorecipes

Link to Miracle Noodles for those who aren't aware:

u/extremelytemporary · 12 pointsr/shittyfoodporn

I'll try that next time, i usually boil water, toss in noodles and stir, add packet after a minute or two then stir and pour in bowl. Burn hands as i carry to table then let sit while it cools and the noodles absorb more soup. garnish with some lonely lonely tears and dig in.

also, my personal absolute favorite brand of packaged noodles is these or their newer 2x spicy version. It's the same kind of technique as yours where the water is drained and then the seasoning is added but the seasoning is like a sauce instead of a powder. tastes damn good with a soft boiled egg.

u/kaiser235 · 12 pointsr/weightroom

My go-to "one bowl" meal these days consists of:

  • 1lb. Trader Joe's ground chicken
  • 1 box Banza Chickpea pasta (
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • salt/pepper

  • 1700 cals
  • 144g protein
  • 128g carbs
  • 32g fiber

    Outrageously delicious.
u/OpusThePenguin · 11 pointsr/loseit

Miracle Noodle Shirataki Pasta

Could change everything you thought you knew about food

Seriously, they're not perfect by any means but 0 calories, 0 carbs and very tolerable. It's like the took the emptiness of space and turned it into a noodle type thing.

u/Keffmaster · 11 pointsr/spicy

Have you tried Samyang Ramen / Spicy Chicken. I can take heat most of the time no problem. This stuff made me cough and my lips burned after for a little bit.

u/mischiffmaker · 10 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

I'm with the substitutes idea.

For pasta, besides spaghetti squash, you can also get a zoodle maker and make zucchini and other vegetable noodles (let them dry out a bit was a tip I came across).

Recently I tried out Shiritaki noodles, made from seaweed glucomannen (seaweed ones are Seatangle). They had a nice little crunch when not heated up, and hot spaghetti sauce was enough to soften them for eating. I'm ordering more; they can be used for pasta salads as well as hot meals. Not sure how those will fit your macros and budget, though.

Edit to clarify noodle types

u/Iowa_Dave · 10 pointsr/ketorecipes

Have a look at Shirataki noodles.

Zero net carbs and hold the sauce marginally well. I'd experiment with them before you plan a big meal.

u/aridoasis · 9 pointsr/ketorecipes
u/ProphetChuck · 7 pointsr/diabetes_t2

Don't worry, when I was diagnosed a few years ago, I was completely overwhelmed as well. I completely ignored Metformin to this day and live a healthy life, so good on you. Diet is all you need, however depending on the person, Metformin maybe a requirement.


The main thing you need to look out for, are slow release foods. These foods release slowly into the bloodstream and help your body deal with the carbs much easier.

When I started out, I used the glycemic index table to find the right food.

The GI table goes from 0-100, Fruit Roll-Ups for example have a GI of 99. 99 Is really bad and should be avoided because it releases fast into the bloodstream. I usually focus on foods with a maximum GI of 55.

Again, this is me, every diabetic is unique and you must test every time, before and after every meal.

If you live in the EU, check out these downloadable lists.

If you live in America, check out this website.

Weigh absolutely everything, before you cook your meal. Know the amount of carbs you eat per meal. When I started out, I focused on eating as few carbs as possible, between 10-20 carbs per meal. Again, this is me, there are other diabetics out there that eat that amount within a day.

Experiment, see what your body can handle. I recommend to go really low on the carbs until you get your sugar down to normal.

My meals usually consist out of beans in general, kidney beans or chick peas, vegetables and meats etc. I was able to bring my sugar down from 300 to normal range within three weeks.

Just to give you a basis, it takes me around 3-4 days to finish an entire 200g can of kidney beans.


  • Konjac Noodles / Shirataki Noodles are a great 0 carb pasta substitute. A lot of people don't like them, but what else shall we eat. They have quite the chewy texture, but are great in stir fries.

  • Beans, beans, beans.

  • Brown Basmati rice is good in low grams. I eat around 10-15 (dried) grams within my meals.

  • Wholemeal foods.

  • Almond Flour is a great flour substitute, low in carbs and a great thickener for soups.

  • Almonds, apparently, they have a GI index of 0. When I eat them, they have absolutely had no effect on my sugar at all.

  • Nuts, nuts, go nuts on nuts. They should be your go to snack. Again, check your sugar, every diabetic is unique.

  • Dark Chocolate 80-100%, shitty taste at start but incredible once you get used to the taste. 25g have around 3-6 carbs. I recommend Lindt, divine.

  • German Protein bread I know you can get them in the states, but the carb amount seems to be higher, around 10 carbs per slice. In Germany, I can get them with around 3-4 carbs per slice. Should you live in Germany by mere chance, go to Aldi, they have glorious protein bread.

  • Nairns Oatcakes - Cheese Flavour - Milled

    They are a little more carb heavy, around 30 carbs for 6 oatcakes, but are quite nice when you want a snack.

  • Unsweetened Peanut Butter. I usually snack a spoonful of that stuff.

  • Stevia sweetener - It has an acquired taste and don't like it much, but is a good sugar substitute. I've stopped sweetening my teas entirely now.

    I will probably update the list, should I remember more.


    It is recommended to wait at latest four hours after your last meal, before you eat your next meal. Check your sugar at around 2 hours after the meal.

    You don't have to eat full blown meals every four hours, but a couple of carbs should suffice. Again, every diabetic is different, I can eat nothing for 10 hours and my sugar is fine.


    Go to the gym or walk every day, get active and lose weight, especially in the stomach area.


    Stop drinking beer and any alcoholic beverage with a colour. Vodka has 0 carbs per shot and you can drink it in moderation. Don't forget to eat a couple of carbs when you drink.

    I must admit, I consume a lot of diet drinks and should really cut down on them. I recommend you to do the same, so you decrease the appetite and sweet tooth that comes with it.


    It is very important to become an ingredient Nazi. Any product that has;

  • Sugar.

  • Rice Flour.

  • Corn Starch.

  • Starches in general.

    Ditch it all, do not buy.

    Even wholemeal breads come with sugar and mixtures of white flour. I'm lucky that my local Aldi store sells 100% wholemeal bread. Try to find the same. A lot of packed peanuts have sugar as well, even pickled cucumbers.

    Always cook fresh and ditch the instant stuff, it's all bad.


    It is ok to treat yourself now and again. Once you get your sugar down to normal and work out, you can have a glass of wine etc. I ate an Oreo biscuit the other day, although I regret it, that motherlover had over 10 carbs.


    You'll be fine, don't you worry. Test your sugar rigorously, learn what you can eat and whatnot and after a while, you can manage everything with ease.

    Feel free to always send men a PM or ask the folks on /r/diabetes.

    Apologies for any spelling mistakes, English isn't my first language.

u/boobiesiheart · 7 pointsr/ketorecipes

Not noodles, but I like these ["Miracle Noodle Zero Carb, Gluten Free Shirataki Rice, 8-Ounce, (Pack of 6)"] (

u/DigitalWhitewater · 7 pointsr/ketorecipes

Have you ever tried shirataki rice? I find it's fairly close to rice and it's carb free

Example: Miracle Noodle Zero Carb, Gluten Free Shirataki Rice, 8-Ounce (Pack of 6)

u/Lysander_Night · 7 pointsr/ketorecipes

Rice is very starchy, and since its grown not made, you can't make it out of something else to make it low carb so out of luck there.

As for noodles there have been some lower carb noodles, made with not sure what but probably at least partly soy. The ones I'd tried were horrible. They simultaneously tasted on the inside like pasta that hadn't cooked long enough and on the outside like pasta that had cooked too long and they were sticky. There was dreamfields pasta that tasted just like regular pasta and had the full carbs of regular pasta but don't count these carbs for some reason that is never explained very well and I believe was proven not to actually cut the effective carbs. Recently I've heard of but not tried miracle noodles. They come in rice too, but if they're made out of something else than its not rice anymore than cauliflower is so I suppose its probably like pasta made into rice shape. They're kindof expensive and I'm a bit wary of things like this that claim to be zero calories.

u/Victoriously · 7 pointsr/ketorecipes

I just bought these noodles from amazon. The reviews have me very excited.

u/theorenzzz · 7 pointsr/veganfitness

Eat a box of pasta with a protein source like tofu, setain, or a bean. Also there's now these soy/black bean/edamame pastas I'll link below that have stupid amounts of protein in them. Trust me my friend gaining weight as a vegan is extremely easy. Stick to your grains, bean,and gluten sources like breads and pasta.

u/Costner_Facts · 6 pointsr/weightwatchers

You don't need to deprive yourself! Check out some of my favorite low point carb things:

u/peepea · 6 pointsr/Acadiana

I heard they were refugees from the war. A lot of them probably moved west to Lafayette after the success in New Orleans.

I miss those Dong Phuong king cakes.

Edit: I wanted to add that Vitamins Plus sells Shirataki Noodles which is less than 1g of carbs, that you can add to your broth. Just make sure to rinse them really well before you use them.

u/Madnapali · 6 pointsr/ketorecipes

Miracle noodle makes a 'rice' that's like little balls of shirataki. My GF loves them cuz they soak up sauce and you don't even need to chew lol

u/wheremyarm · 6 pointsr/ketorecipes

I haven't tried it yet, but I got this shirataki rice in a variety pack thinking I would see what kind of sushi it makes:

Not sure if it's going to work out, but the noodle versions were awesome and pretty much just absorbed the flavors around them, so I'm hoping the rice works out for this.

u/SingingLobsters · 6 pointsr/spicy

You need to try these instead. They are flavorful and spicy!

u/bonniemuffin · 6 pointsr/keto

I love this stuff -- my local costco in san francisco has it. This is the product:

I find that half a serving is plenty (100 calories, 5 net carbs), and I like to serve it with meatballs and parmesan and good olive oil. It would also be great with pesto.

With edamame spaghetti for italian food and shirataki noodles for asian food, I never even wish I could eat normal noodles.

u/LevyWife · 5 pointsr/1200isplenty

re the carbs and pasta situation, find yourself some Carbanada egg noodles! the texture is definitely a bit different but I'm sure picky and I love them!

u/shamam · 5 pointsr/ketorecipes
u/overthedwaynebowe · 5 pointsr/MealPrepSunday
  1. I do 4 10 hour days (M-Th) at work so I meal prep for those days because a 4/10 work schedule sounds great but M-Th I have no motivation to cook or exist after being at work 10+ hours.

  2. My SO recently introduced me to that black bean pasta. It is by the brand Explore Asia. There is the black bean spaghetti, edamame fetuchini, and adzuki bean spaghetti. The macros on them are INSANE! I have only tasted the edamame fettuccine so far and admittedly it isn't quite as satisfying as regular pasta but it tastes good enough and with that nutrition it is very worth it. I found it at my local Sprouts grocery store in Texas but my SO gets it at various grocery stores in Southern California so I'd imagine it's all over the place and not too hard to find!
u/iliketocookstuff · 5 pointsr/1200isplenty

Miracle Noodles, although I've heard mixed reviews:

u/cruelladekill · 5 pointsr/1200isplenty

I just ordered a 6-bag variety pack of Shirataki noodles off of Amazon. The only poor reviews seem to come from texture/an initial smell before rinsing, which I can handle just fine.. and I'm sure that I can pick up lots of tips about improving texture from this sub :)

u/foulpudding · 5 pointsr/ketorecipes

At home I do magic noodles.

Better Than Noodles, Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Konjac, Shirataki Noodles 11oz. (6 pack/66 oz.)

Or: Miracle Noodle Zero Carb, Gluten Free Shirataki Pasta and Rice, 6 bag Variety Pack, 44 ounces (Includes: 2 Shirataki Angel Hair, 2 Shirataki Rice and 2 Shirataki Fettuccini)

u/gertymoon · 5 pointsr/ketorecipes

Just a quick search on it, carbs look a bit too high for these, 10 net carbs per serving.

u/Jynxers · 4 pointsr/loseit

My favourite packaged product is tofu shiritaki. I buy it from Asian grocery stores.

However, usually in Italian recipes, I'll use things like zucchini noodles, roasted/steamed cauliflower, cauliflower rice, thinly sliced cabbage, or roasted squash instead of pasta (or to bulk up a small serving of pasta).

u/hewescrab · 4 pointsr/cider

Rice doesn't contain the necessary enzymes to ferment. There is a solution, though. The Japanese make sake by adding koji rice, which is a cultured mold grown on steamed rice that produces enzymes that can break down starches and proteins into sugars and amino acids. I have been growing my own recently (and my first batch of sake is fermenting right now), but you can purchase koji rice.

So you mix some ratio of koji rice + cooked rice and the enzymes will turn the rice starches into fermentable sugars.

My batch of sake which is a little over 1 gallon was:

  • 500g of koji rice
  • 5 Cups (japanese cups) Rice, Cooked
  • 1 packet of white labs sake yeast #9
  • 10 cups of water

    which I believe should produce a sake around 15-20%. So you could cut that recipe accordingly and replace some of the water with apple juice.
u/unconscionable · 4 pointsr/fitmeals

Nearing the end of my cut - I've eaten this almost every day for the past month or so.

It's Pasta Alfredo... but prepared for your jaw to drop when you see the macros:

  • 120g Classico - Light Asiago Romano Alfredo Pasta Sauce (70cal, 6g carb, 4g fat, 2g protein)
  • 2oz Explore Cuisine - Organic Edamane and Mung Bean Fettuccine (205 cal, 10g net carb, 2g fat 22g protein, 11g fiber)
  • 10oz Chicken - Breast, Raw (312 cal, 3g fat, 65g protein)

    Pound the chicken flat, sear both sides on high heat in a non-stick pan (sometimes I don't even use cooking spray - seems to do just fine without it), reduce heat to med-low and cover for ~9mins or until meat is 160F. Cut it up into chunks with the edge of a rubber spatula. Cook pasta according to directions on box, then mix all ingredients together.


  • 587cal
  • 89g protein
  • 16g net carbs
  • 9g fat
  • 11g fiber

    It's even better if you substitute chicken breast with shrimp. I just cook baby shrimp from Costco right in a nonstick pan with nothing except a ton of Old Bay seasoning. The macros are even better with shrimp - all protein and no fat - great for a cut:

  • 120g Classico - Light Asiago Romano Alfredo Pasta Sauce (70cal, 6g carb, 4g fat, 2g protein)
  • 2oz Explore Cuisine - Organic Edamane and Mung Bean Fettuccine (205 cal, 10g net carb, 2g fat 22g protein, 11g fiber)
  • 6oz Baby Shrimp (168 cal, 41g protein)


  • 443 cal
  • 65g protein
  • 16g net carbs
  • 4g fat
  • 11g fiber
u/starjacket · 4 pointsr/ketorecipes

It's a kind of shirataki noodle. I believe it's made from an asian plant that is a water-soluble fiber. Pretty much zero calories and carbs, tasteless, and has no nutrition- but fills you up.

It comes in spaghetti, fettuccine, and some other "shapes". If you've ever had pad thai, the texture resembles those rice noodles rather than an italian pasta. These rice shaped ones remind me of boba pearls- kind of chewy. Here is a wikipedia link to shirataki and a link to amazon where I bought it:

u/acid_clown · 4 pointsr/CasualUK

Samyang spicy ramen noodles easily the best instant noodles money can buy, got a mighty kick to them, walks all over a bombay badboy any day

u/yanat1228 · 4 pointsr/nba

Did you get Shin ramen? It's not the spiciest, but it has the best flavor imo. It is still spicy though.

The spiciest I think I've tried is this shit. Needed like a gallon of water/milk to eat it lol

u/Nevermind04 · 4 pointsr/spicy

Amazon has 5 packs for $9.41 bucks and I've also seen it at HEB for $2.39 per pack, if my memory is correct.

u/Noetherville · 4 pointsr/vegan

> I'm a girl and too much estrogen can be harmful

Sure. But soy contains phytoestrogen, which is an agonist/antagonist of estrogen. Though research is still unclear about the pros and cons about phytoestrogens, it has been shown to inhibit estrogen-dependent cancers. And Asian populations, where soy is a staple, have historically had lower rates of cardiovascular disease, menopausal symptoms, breast cancer (and other hormone dependent cancers), diabetes and obesity than Western populations. I don't think there are any reasons to be more afraid of soy than say, the arsenic content in your rice.

>being vegan is expensive + organic = even more expensive.

I actually don't think a plant-based diet needs to be more expensive. But the trade-off is to spend more time in the kitchen and that might be impractical for most people.

>personal ninja blender and a juicer

Not familiar with that brand, but if it is a blender that is really powerful, so you can blend cashews, for example, into a very smooth paste, then that is the No. 1 kitchen appliance for a vegan! A food processor would save time chopping, but it might be unnecessary unless you meal prep a lot. I think a juicer is great to get those micronutrients in an easy and fast way. I don't have one, but thinking of getting one.

>i also mentioned i don't own a microwave, so would that get in the way of meal-prepping?

I love my microwave. Heating leftovers is just one of its uses. I use it often to cook potatoes, carrots, vegetables, defrost and roast cashew nuts (1,5min without oil, it's great). The microwave also retain micronutrients more efficiently than frying or baking. I don't think it would get in the way of meal-prepping, but it makes life a bit easier, for sure.

I think you would like Mary's test kitchen. Not always always healthy, but a good balance of practical, easy, healthy and not so healthy recipes. (A very realistic vegan diet.) Most are also budget friendly.

Vegan sauces

Cultured cashew cheese

Vegan nacho cheese

Instead of gluten-free pasta, consider bean pasta?

u/nocontactnotpossible · 3 pointsr/loseit

I get this brand off Amazon and from my local Pete's Fresh Market :]

u/Starfola · 3 pointsr/keto

Yeah same, I used to eat mash potatoes everyday with steak and it tasted good but after being in keto for a few months I noticed how much carbs it is and every single time I look at something in the supermarket that seems "friendly" it still tend to have a lot of carbs. If you're craving some pasta I would recommend Tofu Shirataki Noodles by House Foods. However, I suggest adding stuff like tomato sauce that has low carb since the noodles will taste good if you season it well or bland if you don't season it. As for pizza I would making keto pizza. It doesn't cost much and you can track the calories of the entire pie by using myfitness recipe calculator. If you miss sugar you can use a Erythritol Sweetener.


Also, I seen people talk about MCT Oils and how some people get great results while others say the opposite. I personally recently started to include it in my routine and I been feeling more energy throughout the day and personally lost weight while using it since I been stuck at 193-195 and now I'm 189 (started on the 14 of this month). I was scared to use a low priced MCT Oil so I went for Brain Octane MCT Oil. I'd suggest getting the 3 OZ one to see how it goes for you since it's a waste to spend higher because if it doesn't work well at least you didn't spend that much.


Some snacks I enjoy:

Quest Nutrition Tortilla Style Protein Chips

HighKey Snacks Keto Mini Cookies

Lily's Dark Chocolate Chips

u/cheesycow5 · 3 pointsr/veganketo

Well here's the old one, which shows the carb count of 1 gram:

And here's the new version:

Edit: Oh, it looks like 6 grams for the whole package. So 3 grams per half package, now.

u/QTDamsel · 3 pointsr/lowcarb

When I want a pasta treat and doing low carb, I use the Carba-Nada noodles. They are actually really great tasting, but only come in fettuccine size.

I wouldn't eat them everyday, however. :) Tempting though!

u/DRhino · 3 pointsr/Fitness

Shirataki noodles, 0 calorie yam flour noodles

They have no flavor themselves, but they absorb flavor from whatever they are in. You can add them to soups/stews and not worry about the carbs. They are pretty filling, too.


Amazon link for another brand

u/Jessi787 · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

I’ve been using the Explore Cusiine Edamame and Mung bean pasta for lunches because it’s high in protein (

I’ve done ground turkey and vegetables and marinara sauce or ground chicken, mushroom, and broccoli in an Alfredo sauce. Wanting to change it up a bit! Any suggestions? Share your pasta recipes please!!

u/jarijasm · 3 pointsr/ramen

I made a trip to my local asian supermarket and picked up a few different kinds of instant ramen to try. I was looking for this one to try as well, but they didn't have any at this particular supermarket. I have another asian supermarket nearby that has a bigger variety of instant ramen and I plan on going there in the next few weeks. I would love to try other brands not pictured here, so let me know your favorite instant ramen that you think I should try. If possible link some pictures so I know what to look for at the store. The ramen pictured here are:


Mama Tom Yum


samyang spicy chicken

samyang 2x spicy I tried this one and it is way too spicy for me, the flavor was delicious though

saporo ichiban miso this is one of my favorite instant ramen, I buy it all the time, it's so good

shin ramyun spicy This is my favorite instant ramen. This was the first instant ramen I tried that wasn't maruchan and I fell in love. This led me to try other brands from the asian store that I wouldn't normally have tried.

*edit: i just tried the indomie and wow, it was delicious, so flavorful, definitely getting some more of those

u/Midgetforsale · 3 pointsr/keto

Have you checked out the shirataki noodles? They're pretty good. A little slimy with a texture similar to Ramen Noodles, but pretty awesome for how low in calories and carbs they are. And don't let the naysayers scare you away talking about the smell. A quick rinse and it's gone.

u/miken79 · 3 pointsr/keto

I just ordered this, hoping it turns out well. I got the variety pack which has 2 packages of "rice"

u/BodyByButterAndBacon · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes

Pork rinds and miracle noodles.

u/kahleesky · 3 pointsr/vegan

This Soon Veggie Noodle Soup doesn't have palm oil in it. You could also make your own, it isn't too difficult but maybe a bit more time consuming. I like to use Lotus brown rice ramen and make a broth using mushrooms and kombu then add in lots of veggies.

u/haisojoko · 3 pointsr/1200isplenty

I found them in the Korean supermarket near me! They're just spicy enough to sweat and hurt, but not kill me. If it's not spicy enough, there's a 2X spicy too!

u/Cinderblox · 3 pointsr/AskCulinary

If you like a stir-fry kind of ramen without much water, this one is really good: link

u/jktj · 3 pointsr/bangalore

Try Samyank spicy chicken noodles. You can get it from foodhall

u/TripleUltraMini · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

A large container of chopped up sweet potatoes.

A huge pot of this, cooked and then split up into individual portions:
Organic Edamame Spaghetti
(Amazon link here but cheaper at Costco, I believe it's around $9.79 for the 2 lb. box)

u/mang0lassi · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

Costco! But they are also on Amazon and probably other places

u/pand4duck · 3 pointsr/AdvancedRunning

1 - I have tried to start doing more lateral hip exercises over the last few weeks. But, it hasnt been anything spectacular. Honestly, I took the route of throwing in just a few exercises to get into a routine. Then, when it becomes part of my daily cycle, I will add in some more things. I used to do a 5 min plank exercise. Should probably throw that back in.

2 - I dont. Ive never considered doing it. I like bodyweight things. I built a pullup bar out of some lumber / a metal rod. That was fun to use. I feel like pullups are unreal body weight exercises.

3 - I think core is interesting. I read that the kenyans do nothing. And, I am curious how that works. I believe the theory was that they run on dirt roads / such varied terrain that they dont need to do core, etc.

Non Weight Training:
I recently just found edamame pasta at costco (buy it at costco, not on amazon). HOLY PROTEIN. It actually is fantastic. Lady friend and I ate that the last two nights with some bell peppers / cheese. HIGHLY recommend.

u/world_without_logos · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes
u/team_pancakes · 3 pointsr/vegan

I don't eat gluten. Potatoes, oats, buckwheat, rice, quinoa, beans/lentils, nuts/seeds, fruit, vegetables. I eat a lot of cereals and muesli, just make sure the base is either corn, rice, oats, buckwheat, sorghum, etc.

These pastas are great, too, if you're looking for a gluten free pasta. There are a ton of rice/quinoa pastas, but I really like these bean pastas for the protein content.

u/captainwalnut · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes

Great news! Beans are back on the menu!

EDIT: Amazon also has these black soybean noodles that might fit your macros.

u/gillyyak · 3 pointsr/xxketo

Ugh. No more of that chicory root for me! I ate some Nuti-Light chocolate spread last night for a treat, but it was a trick instead. It has given me much lower intestinal unpleasantness. I even dreamed about needing to take a dump early this morning. Plus, I got to have bonus leg cramps in the middle of the night. Not my best morning, homies.

I'm hoping it's past by tomorrow. I'm planning to go with DH on a work trip, driving our own car, dropping him off at a meeting then going for a hike in the woods nearby. It's likely going to rain a bit, but I don't really care, since I like a nice hike in the rain.

Happy Thursday, y'all!

Edit: has anyone tried these black soy noodles?

u/kateasaur · 2 pointsr/keto

try the tofu ones. They do contain calories, and about 2 carbs for a realistic serving, but they are WAY better, especially for non-asian dishes.

I found the Shirataki alone to somehow have a negative flavor profile. Like they actually made a flavorful sauce like sesame peanut have less taste. The tofu ones don't do that.

u/RosneftTrump2020 · 2 pointsr/fermentation

I’ve bought it online where it’s been completely dried and shelf stable. Like this

I’m not looking to fully dehydrate it, but just want it dry enough that I can easily blend it into a powder. It’s too moist to do that out of the fermenter.

u/Dirtpig · 2 pointsr/Calgary

[This] ( is the way to go. And you can get next day shipping with Amazon within Calgary if I remember correctly. I have only ever ordered it once, and that was just a few months ago, so I cannot really tell you much else.

u/mdytch · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

Explore Asian makes a fettuccine substitute made out of mung bean flour that's quite good (they make other stuff, but this is the only one I like: Higher than I like in carbs, so you have to plan for it, but it's also high in protein, making it easy to hit your macro.

u/djp2k12 · 2 pointsr/keto

Is this the product? Because according to the Nutrition Facts image on amazon, it's 17 net carbs. Unless amazon has the wrong image or something.

u/chelbren · 2 pointsr/vegetarian

IndoMie Fried Noodles! This is a "dry" ramen, so you don't have broth, you completely strain the noodles, and it's so god damn good. Best instant ramen I've ever had. Before I went vegan, I would top it with a sunny side up egg, and it was really amazing. But now I top it with raw cucumber and a lot of sriracha.

I buy mine in bulk at H Mart or Lotte, but amazon has decent pricing, as well. Rounds out to about $.62/pack.

Edit: Oh, and unless your spice tolerance is really great, do not use the spicy sauce packet that comes with it. You'll burn your taste buds out of your head.

u/buddboy · 2 pointsr/BackcountryKitchen

I would also recommend this brand of ramen noodles that kind of go above and beyond with the flavor packets.


Another option I love is making Pad Tai with peanut butter, soy sauce etc

u/douche-baggins · 2 pointsr/FortNiteBR

Oh there is a brand of Ramen that I would eat even if I'm not broke. Indomie Mi Goreng is like crack in noodle form. A case of 30 is $16 on Amazon.

You might say "lol, a case of Ramen" or "hey, that's more than 30 cents a pack for the crap from the store", but just try it. It makes that crap from the soup aisle taste like old cardboard.

u/purebredginger · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

yeah I def agree. these noodles

u/renstaaa · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

I ordered them off Amazon:

A little pricey, but definitely worth it!

u/s3rvant · 2 pointsr/keto

I eat 2 meals a day with a light snack after work and another for dessert. I keep water near me at all times so it's always a short reach away.

For breakfast I go with 4 scrambled eggs (video) w/ No-Salt, 1 serving of sugar free jello, a glass of Stevia Kool-Aid and a generic multi-vitamin. Depending on the day's plans I might swap out the Kool-Aid for a whey protein drink instead. This leaves me very full and even with a workout around lunch time I won't feel hungry until at least 5pm.

My wife cooks supper, which will include various proteins, veggies, etc. as listed in OP's post above. Sometimes the meal plan will include more carbs than I prefer (such as a noodle dish) and she'll swap out the carbs in my portion for shirataki noodles instead. Last night I had a lovely baked spaghetti with meat sauce using these.

As for snacks I use pepperoni (fav is to nuke them so they're like crispy meat chips), sliced cheese, creamsicle jello, sugar free pudding (use half & half) and nuts (pistachios are my fav).

As for drive-thru, there's a Cook Out near me that still has their prices low (double cheeseburger for $1) and they'll gladly serve burgers without the bun and ketchup on the side. Also love Jimmy John's as they'll use a lettuce wrap instead of bread.

^^Edit: ^^# ^^of ^^eggs

u/GratuitousGirl · 2 pointsr/vegan1200isplenty

Hi! Not a dumb question.

First, I cut off a piece of tofu, wrapped it up in a paper towel a few times, and put something heavy on it for about 10 minutes or so. Then I put the raw vegetables in a hot pan and sauteed it in a couple tablespoons of low sodium soy sauce. Throw in the dry tofu add a tablespoon of teriyaki sauce. Stir until the veggies are a firmness you like; I like them a little crunchy. The veggies I used here came in a packaged "stir-fry" package, but you can use whatever veggies you like; broccoli, snow peas, name a few of my favs. Next, prepare the shirataki noodles just like how it says on the package (rinse and boil for 2 minutes). Finally, add the noodles to the pan, add 2 tablespoons of teriyaki sauce, stir for a minute, and you're done. I had to eat this out of a mixing bowl because a regular bowl was too small :)

Here's where I got my noodles from:

u/AvatarS · 2 pointsr/recipes

Have not tried this out, but I saw something similar in a store here recently, so might be worth trying out:

u/itguy69 · 2 pointsr/keto

Made shrimp fettuccine Alfredo with Miracle Noodles as a side dish, beef sirloin roast, and Ceasar salad.

u/miserable_millennial · 2 pointsr/Keto_Food

Shirataki noddles (plant based). Feels the same to me as real noodles!

u/Janook · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

I'd like to know too!

I currently buy them off Amazon; pack of 6 for $16, so less than $2.75 each. At my local Ralph's they are almost twice that.

u/Sokathhiseyesuncovrd · 2 pointsr/xxketo

It's miraculous in that it's essentially zero carb, zero calorie!

u/jamdontshakelikedat · 2 pointsr/keto

Of course it wasn't a true risotto, but I found a package of shiritaki rice and wanted to play around with it. Sauteed mushrooms in a mix of oil and butter with a bit of chopped onion. Added just a bit of mushroom bouillon and reduced, then threw in the well rinsed and drained "rice". You won't need much salt because the bouillon is quite salty, but a bit of fresh minced herbs always makes things nice. It was - fine. A perfectly adequate side dish, but nothing I need to make again.

u/anon831 · 2 pointsr/keto

Have you heard about "Miracle Rice"? I just tried it tonight and it is pretty good. Whipped up a fried rice with steak, bacon, broccoli and an egg. Pretty stoked with the results!

Amazon was my source.

u/rswalker · 2 pointsr/keto

Shirataki rice is awesome!

u/Reckitron · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

Sharing link via phone, hopefully it doesn't break!

u/flippers4ophelia · 2 pointsr/keto

I am not too great at cooking meat, so my keto journey has become all about the lazy snack food. Amazon has a ton of things that are simultaneously low calorie and low carb - Here's some of my favorites:

u/MeoMix · 2 pointsr/BTFC

I've been switching back and forth between a couple of meals. Pretty basic overall:

  • Tuna salad on romaine lettuce wrap: Canned tuna, chopped red onion, parmesan cheese, avocado, lemon/lime juice, black pepper, parsley, plain greek yogurt, and celery. All mixed together and blopped onto lettuce.

  • Chipotle chicken: This is still a work in progress.. but I used to eat Chipotle heavily so I'm trying to do my best to make something healthy that tastes like their chicken. Sliced sweet red peppers, green peppers, white onion, pan-seared chicken in chipotle peppers + adobo sauce w/ cumin, black pepper, diced garlic, oregano, and a little cayenne pepper. Served with quinoa (instead of rice) and broccoli.

    Other than that it has just been plain salads, greek yogurt + chocolate whey powder for a snack sometimes, Soylent, coffee, and lots and lots of water.

    That said, I just ordered some Shirataki Pasta and PB2 for some additional flavors in my life :) We'll see if they're any good.
u/GoAraJjang · 2 pointsr/ramen

Well you see, the korean for it, 불닭볶음면 means fire chicken stir-fried noodles, so I imagine that if you searched for spicy chicken noodles on Amazon, you'd find it. Note that it's the original, not the newer cheese thingy.

edit: take your pick of these, they are all the same

u/diy1981 · 2 pointsr/ibs

Concerning the hunger thing - you want to be able to feel full or you will struggle. Low-fodmap grains really help - going low carb will often leave you feeling hungry after meals. Keep them stocked and include enough to make you feel full after meals. My go to are brown rice and millet ramen noodles (these specifically:, I get mine at Costco). Having rice or Quinoa are other good options. I'd try and get whole grains (eg brown rice, not white rice).

My typical meals are probably 30% low fodmap whole grains, 50% low fodmap veggies, and 20% fat/protein. I try and get 20g-30g of fiber per day.

The other thing is to start eating a lot more veggies with each meal, so you feel fuller. I do a lot of stirfries with eggplan, zucchini, bokchoy, kale, etc. Coconut oil is delicious. Add some meat and serve over brown rice and it's a pretty filling meal.

Find some snacks that work for you and keep them stocked for when you get hungry. I do brown rice crackers and peanut butter a lot. Bananas some.

Side note - I'd recommend trying to ditch the sugar as much as possible. Technically a little bit is ok on fodmaps, but I find that sugar gives me issues at any amount and there's far more in packaged food than you realize, so it's easy to go over. Make sure your peanut butter doesn't have sugar added - ingredients should just be peanuts and salt ideally. Quitting sugar is hard at first (it's seriously addictive), but gets easier with time and can make a big improvement to IBS symptoms.

u/mynthe · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is murder ramen.

u/AlbusGrumbledore · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Samyang Ramen / Spicy Chicken Roasted Noodles 140g(Pack of 5)

/u/mynthe got me addicted . it's super spicy but super good

u/DancingOnACounter · 2 pointsr/AskSF

I would try this one by Samyang. It's been featured in so many YouTubes for the spicy korean noodle challenge. A 7-8 out of 10. It's spicy with a sweet after burn. And it's a "dry" ramen where you dump the water out, and coat the noodles with the fiery sauce and stir it in. There has since been a 2x spicy of the same brand. Haven't tried... don't think I'd enjoy it. lol

This one by Paldo has more of a jalapeno kick to it. I'd say it's a 5-6 out of 10 on the spice level. This is less spicier then the Samyang, but taste-wise I like the Samyung. Hope that helps... report back of what you think! :D

u/LovetoLOSEtoWin · 2 pointsr/keto
u/CutthroatTeaser · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

I bought a couple of boxes of Edamame noodles at Costco in Phoenix a couple of months ago, haven't tried them out yet!

u/andnowmyteaiscold · 2 pointsr/ShittyVeganFoodPorn

I believe that I bought these at Sam's club (maybe Costco) for around 10 dollars. They have the same item on Amazon, but it's inexplicably 2 and a half times more expensive.

As for the taste and texture, it has a very mild flavor and is close to al dente pasta. It's the best replacement for noodles that I've found. They cook up in 5 minutes and have a ridiculous amount of protein.

u/GoodGuyAgain · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes
u/lurkerbot9000 · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

In my Kroger they are in the dairy case area after all of the shredded cheeses and butter, next to the tofu and other vegan stuff. They only carry one brand (two different types of noodle) and sometimes they are sold out or only one or two packages left so they can be hard to spot.

Edit: I’ve ordered these on amazon and they are the same thing (but come in a 6 pack which can be a little expensive to try and find out you don’t like them).

u/shiftynit · 2 pointsr/xxketo

I just ordered these from Amazon. They should arrive later today. Black soy bean noodles. 7 Net Carbs per serving.

Though I’ve found other ways to prepare the miracle noodles to (supposedly) make them taste better so I’ll be trying those again in the near future.

And these are on my wishlist for next time. Mung bean noodles. 5 Net Carbs per serving.

u/NYC-baby · 1 pointr/ketorecipes


  • 1 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
  • 20 g diced onions (1.8 g net carbs)
  • 1 minced garlic clove (0.8 g net carbs)
  • 1/4 cup (63 g) tomato sauce (2 g net carbs)
  • 1 oz (28 g) Carba-Nada Egg Fettuccine (8.5 g net carbs)
  • 5 oz ground pork (ground beef works as well)
  • 1 oz smoked mozzarella cheese (2 g net carbs)
  • dried basil, salt & freshly ground pepper to taste


    Heat up the olive oil in a sauté pan and add the onions. Cook until translucent. Next, add the minced garlic. Brown the ground pork and mix well together. Add the tomato sauce and spices. Cook the pasta separately in boiling water for 3 min. until al dente. Mix the pasta with the sauce.


  • Net carbs - 15.1
  • Calories - 479

    I've included links to the specific brands I personally use to prepare this dish.

    I know that using so many of your daily net carbs on lunch might seem like a lot. But hey, it's delicious pasta we're talking about. It's ready in under 10 min. and it's also under 500 calories. So I'll take it... occasionally. :)
u/SolonDontShoot · 1 pointr/keto

No, I was just guessing your height based on your weight and what you said your "problem areas" are.

Sadly, rice is not on the diet. I saw this post from another Asian who went on Keto. Take that as some inspiration! I never did think of the challenge you guys face, with a lot of the staples being starchy and sauces being sugary. My only advice would be to try to substitute Shirataki Noodles into your usual meals. Always check the carbs on the bottles of sauce (there's Low Carb varieties of Soy, etc). Other than that, good luck!

u/shredded_loser · 1 pointr/bodybuilding

If you're looking for low carb alternatives to pasta, check out Tofu noodles.

They are very cheap and there is no strange flavor (actually it's flavorless and the texture is a little softer).

u/8Deer-JaguarClaw · 1 pointr/keto

This is the kind at my local store.

It's sort of like Mei Fun style noodles size-wise.

u/BYOBKC · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

I was curious, searched and found this:
It might be worth a shot.

From my knowledge, they buff off so much of the rice to "polish" it, that I can't even imagine how to do that at home. Rock tumbler? ha

u/BakingTheCookiesRigh · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

Why don't you just buy inoculated rice koji? It's such easier.

Use this with fresh rice in a rice cooker with the lid off. Usually stays around thw right temp with a moist towel or cheesecloth hung over it.

u/oronteme · 1 pointr/fermentation

I don't know much about it yet either - but just wanted to say, make sure you follow tmgastronaut on instagram, he posts a lot of cool stuff! Also, this doesn't help a lot on growing your own koji, but I bought a bag of it on Amazon to make miso with and it worked out well. I've tried all the Asian markets in my area and no one seems to have heard of koji.

Here's the product I used:

edit: I know this isn't exactly what you're looking for, I'm just excited to see more people interested in koji :)

u/nirenem · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Bump! because...
Although the seller has caught on to the sudden demand for black bean noodles on Amazon (£37? runs fast away), the others - mung bean fettucine and soybean spaghetti (this one has a weird picture of dog food for some reason) are still £18! Both have only 6 carbs each, only one more than the black bean noodles, and just as much protein!

So do not be alarmed, ladies and gentleketoes, for help is at hand!

gallops away

u/cardboardxbox · 1 pointr/1200isplenty


  • 1 Box of Edamame and Mung Bean Fettucine
  • 300g White Mushrooms
  • 130g Shitake Mushrooms
  • 1 tablespoon Truffle Oil
  • 4 servings (4 * 0.6 cups) Organic Fat Free Marinara


    First, I made the pasta (5-7 min in boiling water). Moved the pasta to a strainer, added the truffle oil on about medium heat in the same pot. Then added the mushrooms. While the mushrooms cooked, I portioned out 1 serving of the pasta (1/4 box I cooked) and 1 serving of the Marinara into each of the 4 containers. When the mushrooms finished cooking, I added them to the top of the pasta sauce.


    This took under 30min from start to the final clean and sole dish. Pretty excited about the protein content in this pasta (24g per 180cal serving) and the taste was decent coming from someone who doesn't truly know pasta and is down for Olive Garden.
u/KnockingOnTheSky · 1 pointr/veganrecipes

I got you fam. This pasta has been a revelation for me. Thanks to whomever posted this a few days ago.

u/wanttoplayagain · 1 pointr/The_Donald

Change from ramen to Indomie, put some chicken in there, maybe an egg. You will seek out that 40 cent packet, not despise it. Seriously though, Indomie is some good shit. favorite flavor right here. I'm all out at the moment, and my mouth is watering goddamnit.

u/blanchecatgirl · 1 pointr/ramen these are vegetarian and so good. Technically they’re meant to be made as a fried noodle but I make them as a soup instead. If I’ve added a lot of veggies and it seems too watered down for me I just add a splash of soy sauce and always a squeeze of lime. I have tried many veggie ramens over the years and these are my fave by far.

u/satona · 1 pointr/loseit

You could also try shirataki noodles, which have almost no carbs and almost zero calories. Readily available in supermarkets...look for 'Miracle Noodles' ...

They're a good vehicle for consuming gravy if that's ultimately more important than the texture/taste of the pasta itself. Shirataki is really just fiber and water.

u/gonesquatchin85 · 1 pointr/ketogains

those tenderloins and hamburger patties, wrap them up in lettuce/spinach add mayonnaise and avocados! Inside your dorm, fill it up with nuts, canned Vienna sausages, cheese, deli meats. If you do ramen noodles... u can sub Shirataki noodles

u/chronicallynervous · 1 pointr/1200isplenty

Yeah, shirataki noodles really help me save calories while still filling me up!! I love them!! I actually just buy them in the regular grocery store (I go to Safeway, I'm not sure if those stores are in your area) and also Whole Foods. Depending on your area you might need to go to a specialty store though. They also sell them on Amazon with Prime in case you can't find them in person! Link Here

u/nietczhse · 1 pointr/keto
u/fubarbox · 1 pointr/keto

I get them from Amazon. I love Zoodles cooked in butter and/or bacon fat with a little salt and pepper. I often mix Shiritaki noodles with the zoodles and that is really good as well. Shiritaki typically absorb the flavor of the sauce and you MUST make sure you rinse them well before cooking for best flavor. I prefer fettuchini texture wise, but angel hair is good as well. Also, pan sauteing typically tastes best to my wife and I.

u/-FAAAAAAAAAACK- · 1 pointr/DesiKeto

not sure if you have seen this product yet or not, but Miracle Noodle now has a shiritaki "rice" product

u/NessaTesla · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

So this was a really fun experiment my mom and I made after finding some Shiritaki Miracle Noodles in rice form at the grocery store. I've used Shiritaki noodles many times, and have always had an issue with the texture, but cut into this shape, I liked them much better.

2 large eggs

Kosher salt

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 1/2 tablespoons soy sauce

1 teaspoon sesame oil

1 teaspoon minced ginger

1/2 cup salad or baby shrimp (use bigger if you prefer, I just think these are cute!)

1/2 cup frozen peas and carrots (or any other veggie you'd like, really)

1 8-ounce package of Shiritaki Miracle "Rice"

Anything else you'd like, such as bean sprouts or water chestnuts. Mine had bamboo shoots.

To begin, you have to rinse the fishy-smelling water out of your rice. They're small, so a normal colander might not work, I ended up using a flour sieve. I hope you aren't too eco-friendly, because you should spend at least 10 minutes rinsing them. Hot water is the best to get the smell out quickly. Once you can smell absolutely NO fishiness, lay them out on several paper towels and let them dry as much as possible.

While they dry, whisk the 2 eggs and add a pinch of kosher salt to them. Heat 1 tablespoon vegetable oil in a large pan over medium-high heat. Add the eggs and cook, without stirring, until almost set, about one minute. Flip the egg pancake with a rubber spatula and cook until just set on the other side, about 30 seconds. (This is to get flat little strips, if this is too much work just scramble eggs as you normally would.) Transfer to a cutting board and cut into thin strips.

Now, throw your rice into a dry , large skillet and cook it on medium high heat, spreading it flat. Cook it 5-7 minutes, or until it has mostly stopped steaming and the rice looks less shiny, more dull. This is to get ALL of the moisture out. Scoop your rice out of the pan.

Combine the soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, 1 tablespoon water. Heat the remaining 1 tablespoon vegetable oil in the same skillet over high heat. Add the shrimp and vegetables until almost cooked through. Since both of mine were pre-cooked and frozen, this took only about 2 minutes. Add your rice back in, along with your egg and any other toppings. Finally, add in the sauce and stir-fry until warmed through.

Tada! Next time, to make it easier, I might just throw the veggies and shrimp in on top of the rice, but I was worried about overcooking the rice. I'm not sure it can be overcooked, though. Anyyway, I had a lot of fun playing around with this, so thanks for reading. Any advice on how to write recipes more succinctly is appreciated. :P

u/veifried_wsb_account · 1 pointr/keto

some possible options without cauliflower:
Shirataki Rice ( rinsed in hotwater, fried with ghee/butter )
Unflavored Gelatin + Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) Granules ( 3/4 of a cup rehydrated overnight and then fried on low heat with butter, sprinkle&stir in gelatin+water, 1:2 ratio, should still be sort of dry/sticky )



u/AlreadyThrownAway33 · 1 pointr/fitmeals

Another shout for cauliflower rice. Or you could try Miracle Rice, which works well enough, but isn't to everyone's taste.

u/MagicRose · 1 pointr/90daysgoal

OMG that looks amazing! How important is the the white pepper? I have been having a hard time finding it locally, but it might be time to just order some... Also, zoodles are so freaking awesome. Have you tried these?

u/maximuscr31 · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Have you tried Miracle noodles yet?

Miracle Noodles Amazon

u/hampired · 1 pointr/xxketo

Copying and pasting for you my recommendations to a friend the other day who is starting Keto:

Your friends:
Avocados (very good fats + potassium), eggs, butter (I think you're allowed clarified butter on Whole30), veggies, fish, coconut oil (I get this at Costco), coconut milk (the pure stuff in a box or can), macadamia nuts (in limited quantities), Swerve / erythritol, sparkling water (La croix is fantastic), decaf or herbal tea - (green tea especially is great because it helps with fat-burning, balancing blood sugar, lowering appetite, and has lots of antioxidants), Cauliflower rice - this saves me, Roasted vegetables

Suggestions/links to purchase:

Magnesium supplement I use (should also help a bit with sleep)

Potassium additive - NoSalt or NuSalt - add it to your food if you're not getting enough Potassium in your diet (most people don't) - you can probably find this in the grocery store for less $$, but I don't know for sure

Decaf green tea I drink 3 times a day - it's decaffeinated with CO2, not chemicals, and it's organic.

SWERVE erythritol sweetener - 1 pack or 2 pack

STUR water flavor drops - for keto champagne or just to add to water

Miracle noodles - they are definitely available at Whole Foods, or you can also find them at a few asian grocery stores (shiritaki noodles). These taste bland and almost gross on their own, but if you add sauce and meatballs, they do a pretty good job of passing for spaghetti if you're desperate.

Silicone candy molds for keto fudge and other keto candies - they seem superfluous, but after you try making keto fudge in a regular pan, you'll realize how much easier these are for portioning and for getting out of the pan.

And finally, the INSTANT POT - I recommend this to everyone I know. My partner and I use it multiple times a week, it is amazing, it does everything. Pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, browner, yogurt maker (also makes julienne fries!!). Seriously you cannot go wrong with this thing.

Keto Recipes:

Keto Fudge

Keto champagne

Cauliflower Rice

Maria Emmerich has an impressive collection of recipes and I've been using the sweet ones especially for a craving / fat bomb

edit - formatting

u/voidecho · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

This was my first time trying them and I only tried the rice version. As far as I know they’re keto friendly. They’re pretty much pure fiber. I can’t say the added much in the way of flavor, they were there basically to soak up the sauce on my plate.

I bought these.

u/enroutetodonuts · 1 pointr/1200isplenty
u/particlegun · 1 pointr/BigCliveDotCom

You can get them cheaper than that on amazon. I've seen them going for £5.73 for a five pack as an add-on item. Ok they aren't the 2x spicy ones, but I've had both of them and these ones are almost as hot.

Or if you absolutely must have the 2x spicy ones as featured on the video, you can also get them off amazon for £6.74 for a 5 pack

u/NervouslyStares · 1 pointr/spicy

I bought this from Amazon, but your local shops may have it and for way cheaper. They were out when I went by mine.

u/infinitetbr · 1 pointr/ramen

I get mine on Amazon. They make the regular Spicy Fire Noodles (which is what you ate and what the link is). They also make 2x spicy noodles (red package) and Cheesy Fire Noodles (yellow pack). The 2x spicy will make your face go numb :)

u/DudedoeslotsOstuff · 1 pointr/FortCollins

In town, Costco was selling some higher end dried ramen noodles a few weeks ago. They are the same as these from amazon:

u/veghailey · 1 pointr/vegetarian

Lotus Foods Noodles

I found a lot of flavors so I’ll just put them all in one post. Most of these flavors are available in the organic version except for the first. This brand was recommended by u/catsRawesome. Thanks!

-Buckwheat Mushroom Brown Rice Noodles
Mushroom Brown Rice Noodles on Amazon

-Forbidden Rice Noodles with Miso Soup
Forbidden Rice Noodles on Amazon
ORGANIC Forbidden Rice Noodles on Lotus Foods

-Jade Pearl Rice Noodles with Miso Soup
Jade Pearl Rice Noodles on Amazon
ORGANIC Jade Pearl Rice Noodles

-Millet and Brown Rice Noodles with Miso Soup
Millet and Brown Rice Noodles
ORGANIC Millet and Brown Rice Noodles on Lotus Foods

-Purple Potato and Brown Rice Noodles with Vegetable Soup
Purple and Potato with Brown Rice Noodles
ORGANIC Purple Potato and Brown Rice Noodles

-Wakame and Brown Rice Noodles with Vegetable Soup
Wakame and Brown Rice Noodles
ORGANIC Wakame and Brown Rice Noodles

u/UFOturtleman · 1 pointr/AskMen

These noodles my parents bought for me once. They're so spicy, but the actual noodles and flavor are painfully great.

u/kawi-bawi-bo · 1 pointr/FoodLosAngeles

tteokbokki - it's spicy rice cakes, eggs, fish cakes, spam, etc swimming in a red hot chili sauce'

edit: their medium is similar to the famous ssamyang fire chicken ramen

u/Aetole · 1 pointr/Cooking

Instant ramen, but the good stuff, usually spicy - at least 2nd or even 3rd tier (measured by number of soup/spice packets). It's shelf stable, and easy to toss in whatever extra protein and veggies we have.

u/LightPhoenix · 1 pointr/recipes

A lot of spicy sauces, and especially asian ones, have sugar added to balance out the saltiness of soy sauce (which does technically have carbs in it).

That said, you can find the ingredients on Amazon and it does list white sugar, tapioca starch, and roast sesame (presumably seeds), all of which are carbs.

u/dj_soo · 1 pointr/Cooking

Love spicy food.

Every time I go to my local Korean market, I buy a big thing of kimchi and a pack of fire ramen.

Start by boiling the noodles, then sautée onions, garlic, kimchi and whatever meat I may have, add the hot sauce, add the noodles and some noodle water, and stir fry. Then add a raw egg and mix it kind of creating a carbonara sauce with the ramen. I'll then spoon in some hemp hearts, sesame seeds, and some chopped nori and mix it up.

Super spicy, but it's my go to quick meal right now.

u/Wista · 1 pointr/spicy


Dis shit is so delicious omg. Seriously it tastes like delicious Korean lava I want some right now but I csan't take the heartburn.

Some pepcid please?

u/rubysc · 1 pointr/GestationalDiabetes

I eat mostly gluten free at home simply because my husband has a gluten intolerance and we don't keep much gluten in the house. You didn't ask for tips about food, so feel free to ignore this. But I've found some bean based pastas that are gf and much lower carb/higher protein and fiber than regular (gf or otherwise) pastas.

Here is one of the brands I like on Amazon. Not a good price; just wanted to provide an example. I buy it at Costco and a local grocery.

If I use it in a dish with plenty of fat and protein (e.g, pasta with pesto and chicken or pasta carbonara with shrimp), my numbers do great. Hope this is of some use to you! Good luck :)

u/lolgal18 · 1 pointr/1200isplenty

I like banza pasta, or Amazon AND Costco sell this edamame pasta. Bulk up with veggies, you can have a 400 cal dinner that is phenomenal

u/cookingnoob · 1 pointr/52weeksofcooking

Recipe is pretty simple: Make super creamy mac and cheese using Organic Edamame Sphagetti on stovetop, spoon into muffin pan and voila! mac and cheese muffins.

u/poppleca1443 · 1 pointr/xxketo

I tried these edamame noodles. They are ok. The texture is nowhere close to regular pasta. I prefer using spiralizer zucchini but keep these around for when I'm lazy.

u/dlm4849 · 1 pointr/fitmeals

Look into this stuff. Mostly protein and lots of fiber. Yea, the texture and taste isn't spot on to wheat pasta, but I like it and think it's worth giving a shot. There's soybean, edamame and black bean variations.

u/M0lly0 · 1 pointr/keto

Do not despair. I just had these for dinner.... And they are AMAZING. I use them in every way I would noodles and they are delicious, chewy and noodley satisfying goodness.
Or this:

u/_coromandel_ · 1 pointr/vegan

Ok then you need 3.8g protein per 100 calories. If I were you, I’d opt for a few high protein meals. Maybe a breakfast of oats (6 grams protein for 160 cals), then a snack of pea/pumpkin protein blended with soy milk will get you close to 30g protein for 200 calories. A lunch of edamame spaghetti is 24g protein for 200 calories. You can use the rest of your 750 calories on Oreos if you want.

u/daavvv · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

my friend recently discovered this pasta made out of chickpeas. it's super healthy and actually tastes really good (especially with some sort of pasta sauce) and you can barely tell the difference. It can be bought easily from amazon

u/DClawdude · 1 pointr/keto

I like this:

Explore Cuisine Organic Black Bean Spaghetti (6 Pack) - 8 oz - High Protein, Gluten Free Pasta, Easy to Make - USDA Certified Organic, Vegan, Kosher, Non GMO - 24 Total Servings

It’s an Amazon link, but I usually buy it at my local grocery store or in bulk at Costco.

u/antnego · 1 pointr/Ketomealseatingnow
u/MainPoptart · 0 pointsr/Keto_Food

Try these zero sugar, 1g carb noodles
Available on Amazon.

u/de_via_nt · -1 pointsr/Keto_Food

Miracle Noodle Shirataki Konjac Pasta and Rice Variety Pack, 7 oz (Pack of 6), Angel Hair, Rice, Fettucine, Zero Net Carbs, Low Calorie, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Keto Friendly

u/MrTonystarks · -1 pointsr/Edmonton

5pk Hot Chicken Flavor Ramen - Korean Asian Noodle Ramyun - 5 Bags

u/Kmudametal · -2 pointsr/BABYMETAL

That's an odd thing to select for Fan Art, but who am I to make that statement. :)

May not be Udon, but try these:

Paldo Bulnak Pan Noodle Irresistable Sweet Spicy Ramen

New Samyang Ramen Spicy Chicken Roasted Noodles

I enjoy spicy foods.... I mean REALLY Spicy. When I order from a local Thai restaurant I usually order "Thai Hot". There are various levels of "Hot." For American level heat, you have 1-10. Then you have "Thai Hot".

The first of the above links is not tremendously spicy. The second is pretty spicy. Not to bad for me but my wife cannot eat it.