Medifast recipe for Shirataki Noodles?

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Hi all,.

I know that there are a ton of threads and recipes for the noodles. But I bought the huge order from Miracle Noodle and am dying to find more ways to use them. I made the tuna casserole, and the italian one. Will try the curry one and mexican one recently posted, thanks guys. But anyone who has another great idea let me know. I think lots of people are eating the noodles and I would love to see any of the recipes from all the creative Medifast chefs...

Comments (6)

Last night I made a recipe that I found somewhere on this board and modified... it's like a spinach frittata. I made a double batch as there are 2 MFers in the house:.

2 pkg noodles.

1 10 oz. pkg frozen spinach.

1C mushrooms (or however much you need for your green).

6 eggwhites.

5 oz ground turkey.

Prepare noodles, season and brown meat (then saute mushrooms in remaining juices), squeeze excess liquid from spinach. Combine all ingredients and bake @425 for 25 minutes..

The original recipe called for 1 pkg noodles, spinach and 8 oz egg substitute... it probalby has a more egg-y or quiche-like consistency that way. Since I doubled it and didn't double the egg (added meat instead) it was just like a pasta bake. I actually used a little less meat and topped it with cheese before it came out of the oven, but I don't know how the lean works out so I didn't want to write it up..

Another thing I do with the noodles is make a peanut sauce (counts as a snack). Mix 1T PB+1T hot water, add 1T rice vinegar (check the carbs) and 1 tsp soy sauce. Make sure you dry out the noodles so the sauce doesn't get watery. I just do a stirfry with chicken or shrimp... green onion and red pepper are good in it too...

Comment #1

Thanks so much for reminding me of the peanut sauce. My favorite...

Comment #2

I didn't write it down at all, I just threw something together.....

Sliced garlic (3 cloves, I guess).

Couple chicken breasts (I measured my portion after cooking - 5 oz).

Diced tomatoes (I measured about 3/4 cup serving for myself after cooking).



Ground pepper.


Garlic salt.

Ground chipotle pepper.

Shiratke noodles (measured 1 cup for myself after cooking).

1 tbspn olive oil.

Parsley to garnish.

Sautee galic in olive oil until brown, then add diced tomatoes, oregano, basil, pepper and salt. Reduce liquid a bit until it starts to thicken. Season chicken with garlic salt, pepper and chipotle pepper. Sautee in a pan sprayed with Pam until brown. Dump tomatoe sauce over chicken and allow to simmer until chicken is done..

Put the pasta in a bowl and drain the liquid out of the chicken/tomato pan right into the pasta. Toss the pasta until it's all coated nicely. Plate up 1 cup of the noodles, spoon some of the tomatoes over it, then put the chicken breast on top of the whole thing. Top with the remaining tomatoes. Sprinkle a little parsley over the whole thing and serve!.

Bear in mind that this is slightly over on veggies (1 cup noodles, 3/4 cup veggies) and it uses olive oil. But it's darn good, lemme tell ya!.

Next time, I make sure I get the recipie exactly and I'll take a pic...

Comment #3

OrangeBlood you rock. I love the pics. Thanks for sharing that. I had a hard time with the noodles at first but all these recipes make them delish!!!..

Comment #4

Funny, I was thinking I may try a frittata. Now I know where to start! And I can't wait to try orangeblood's too! The possibilities are endless with these noodles!..

Comment #5

Also, Women's World had a Fettucini Alfredo Recipe in it's June 20, 2006 issue.

The recipe had 88 calories a serving.

If I can find it, I'll post it.


If anyone can point me to a good internet source for shirataki noodles, I'd be really greatful!.

Take care all...

Comment #6

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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