Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Miracle Noodle Review!

What if I told you I have found a calorie free food? Awesome, right- maybe even miraculous? Well, Miracle Noodle brand of Shirataki  are calorie free, soy free, and gluten free!

Miracle Noodle shirataki is made up of soluble fiber. Soluble fiber slows digestion and prolongs the "full" feeling.

I received Miracle Noodle pasta and Miracle Noodle rice to review.

Miracle Noodles and Miracle Rice are packaged in water, so they come in a bag, and the package is fairly heavy. (I wasn't expecting that, lol).

I have to say, these weren't my cup of tea. There is a smell when you open the bag (which is natural fermentation of the shirataki) that really put me off. You open the bag, drain the pasta (or rice), rinse pasta or rice, and then heat for a very short time.  

The pasta is supposed to take on the flavors of the dish you make. I didn't find that this was necessarily true. I thought that I could still taste a bit of the fermentation. Perhaps this is because I was the one who prepared the pasta and the smell stayed with me? Other than an off taste the noodle was alright. I found the past and rice to be more chewy than normal pasta and the rice really reminded me of tapioca. 

I wouldn't tell anyone to not try Miracle Noodle pasta, as food taste varies greatly from person to person, In fact if you are looking for a calorie free food I would suggest trying Miracle Noodle.

Worried that you won't be a fan either? Well, there is full return policy! 

Full Refund Return Policy:
We are sure you will love our products however if unsatisfied in any way, please return it within 14 days by postmark of purchase and packaged well to prevent damage. Once product is received, a full refund can be processed.
Warmest Regards,
The Miracle Noodle Team
Good deal! You can purchase Miracle Noodle pasta here!

1 fantastic comments:

Unknown said...


I've found the best way to prepare the noodles is to do the following:

1. Drain & rinse well
2. Boil for 3-5 minutes
3. Drain again & pat dry (using paper towels)

The following steps aren't necessary, but can help a great deal in the end product:
4. Cut them into smaller sections to make them more manageable.
5. Heat in a pan with a drizzle of oil.

The drier you can get them, the more they take up the flavours they're put with and the less chewy they are.

Good luck :)


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