[NEW PRICES!] Shirataki Noodles with Low Cal Soup Base (comes in 3 fla – Zairyo Singapore

[NEW PRICES!] Shirataki Noodles with Low Cal Soup Base (comes in 3 flavours!) / しらたきヌードル

$3.50 $5.80

  • Product of Japan, made from native konjac yam (konnyakyu noodles)
  • Exclusive to ZAIRYO 
  • Known as a super health food, 'broom of the stomach'
  • Shirataki is thin, translucent, gelatinous traditional Japanese noodles made from the konjac yam, which is great for constipation, weight loss, and keeping blood sugar steady
  • Most Asians cook with Konnyaku to help with weight loss. It is good for normalizing cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood pressure.
  • 55kcal for the Onion, 53kcal for Tomato and 45 kcal for Wafu
  • 120G of noodles + 25G soup base
  • Comes in Onion, Tomato and Wafu flavour soup bases.

  • How to prepare:
    1. Rinse Shirataki noodles in room temperature water and strain.
    2. Bring 200ML of water to a boil and add soup base and desired ingredients (such as vegetables or meats), and Shirataki noodles. (Note: We have tried it with 400ML of water with the Onion pack and it wasn't diluted at all. You may wish to go with 400ML if you prefer to have more soup.)
    3. Once ingredients are cooked, it is ready to serve.
    (Optional) You can cook noodles in a microwave too! Rinse shirataki noodles then place it in a deep bowl with 200ML water + soup base. Cook for 30s on 500W. Please be careful when retrieving bowl.

  • How to store: Away from sunlight and heat. Refrigeration is not required but you could do that too. 
  • NOTE: The noodles itself is gluten-free but the soup base isn't as it contains soy sauce + some amount of flour in some of them. For just the noodles, you may get the Shirataki Noodles here (but please note that the noodle in the link is thinner and rounder than this particular Shirataki noodles). 

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