Fried Shirataki Konjac Noodles

Shirataki Yakisoba

  • By
    Maki Shibata
  • Time
    10 minutes
Fried Shirataki Konjac Noodles

Normally, fried noodles (Yakisoba) are made with Chinese noodles, but this recipe replaces them with low-calorie Shirataki konjac noodles. The combination of shirataki, meat, and plenty of vegetables makes for a satisfying dish.

Nutrition per Serving
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  • 10.58  oz Shirataki konjac noodles
  • 0.33  lb Pork (thinly sliced)
  • a little Salt
  • a little Pepper
  • leaves Cabbage
  • 3.53  oz Bean sprouts
  • 0.5  Carrot
  • tbsp Vegetable oil
  • tbsp Okonomiyaki sauce
  • to taste Red pickled ginger /Beni-shoga (optional)
  • to taste Green laver / Aonori seaweed (optional)


Fried Shirataki Konjac Noodles

Step 1

Cut Shirataki in half lengthwise, boil briefly, drain in a colander.

Fried Shirataki Konjac Noodles

Step 2

Cut the pork into bite-sized pieces and season with salt and pepper. Cut the cabbage into bite-sized pieces and the carrot into half-moon slices.

Fried Shirataki Konjac Noodles

Step 3

Put the Shirataki in a frying pan without oil and dry cook over medium heat to soak up the water, then take it out once on a plate.

Fried Shirataki Konjac Noodles

Step 4

Put vegetable oil in a frying pan over medium heat and cook the pork. When the pork is cooked, add the carrots and stir-fry, and when they have softened, add the cabbage and bean sprouts and stir-fry briefly.

Fried Shirataki Konjac Noodles

Step 5

Put the Shirataki back into the frying pan, add the okonomiyaki sauce and stir-fry together. Turn off the heat.

Fried Shirataki Konjac Noodles

Step 6

Serve on a plate, garnished with red pickled ginger and sprinkled with green laver, to taste.

Fried Shirataki Konjac Noodles

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