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Shirataki - chicken - noodle soup
Boil konjac noodles in hot water, let cool, and set aside.
Boil green beans, corn kernels, and okra in hot water.
Heat the pan, stir fry the beef over low heat for about one minute, add the onion shreds, turn to high heat, and stir fry for one minute. Add the oil and vinegar, and fry for about two minutes.
Put green beans, corn kernels, okra, and konjac shreds on a plate, add the fried beef and onion shreds, and stir.
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Chicken Breast
Unpack 1 pack of konjac silk noodles, rinse with water, and keep for later use.
Add starch, soy sauce, black pepper, and chili powder to chicken breast, and marinate for ten minutes.
Prepare the sauce, mix minced pepper, oyster sauce, dark soy sauce, vinaigrette, and some seasoning powder.
Heat the oil, put in the meat, and stir fry until it turns white, set aside Boil the pot with cold water, put the washed konjac noodles, and blanch for about 2 minutes.
Then put the washed green vegetables and corn into the pot and scald until cooked and then put out.
Pour the fried chicken breast, vegetables, and corn into the noodle bowl and stir together with the konjac noodles~
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Shirataki noodles with tuna tomato sauce
Remove the shrimp line and open the back of the fresh shrimp, blanch in water until cooked.
Boil diced ham, green beans, and corn kernels for later use.
Put the konjac noodles in boiling water and cook for about 30 seconds; then soak in cold water to cool down.
Stir the konjac noodles, diced ham, green beans, and corn kernels evenly, and pour over the sauce. Put the shrimp on the plate and it's done.
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The konjac plant (Amorphophallus konjac) grows in slopes 2000 to 4000 foot above sea level, The edible part of the konjac plant is the root which resembles an oval shaped yam potato or taro. Konjac is a fat-, sugar-, gluten-, starch-, and protein-free food. It is primarily composed of glucomannan, a water-soluble fiber that contains high amounts of potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc.

The ingredients of our konjac food are very simple, only konjac flour and water. It is a very low calorie and carbohydrate food. The color is semi-transparent and gelatinous, and it is packaged in a plastic bag filled with water.

Konjac noodles is 100% natural with no artificial colors or preservatives. Its GMO free, gluten free and allergen free. Great for weight control, low calorie diets, ketogenic diets.

Konjac noodles are made from natural soluble fiber – konjac glucomannan (KGM) and water, glucomannan fills the stomach and slows down the digestion process, which helps consumers feel “full” for longer, reducing Cravings for large meals or snacks.

Different to other konjac noodles which is known to have a bad smell, our manufacturing process removes the odor of konjac plants. Only 6 calories per serving, which is lower than the same type of konjac noodles.

Drain water from the packet, rinse under running water 5-10s. Add your favorite sauces and toppings. The perfect way to enjoy a quick meal.

You purchase them pre-packaged in liquid, and they are ready-to-eat out of the package. You can prepare them by boiling them briefly or running them under hot water, then combining them with other dishes, or adding things like tofu, garlic, spinach, or soy sauce to enhance the flavor.

Room temperature, cool, dry place, avoid direct sunlight, Do not freeze them as this will make the konjac noodles & rice inedible.

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