Shirataki Noodles with Tomato Sauce

Shirataki Napolitan

  • By
    Maki Shibata
  • Time
    15 minutes
Shirataki Noodles with Tomato Sauce

Shirataki noodles are used as a substitute for spaghetti and seasoned with a tomato sauce made with ketchup. It is made just like the popular Japanese style spaghetti "Napolitan". It is a healthy dish that is low in calories and rich in dietary fiber.

Nutrition per Serving
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  • 10.58  oz Shirataki (Konjac) Noodles
  • 0.5  Chicken breast
  • a little Salt and Pepper
  • 0.5  Onion (medium)
  • 0.5  Carrot (medium)
  • Bell peppers
  • tbsp Vegetable oil
  • clove Minced garlic
    • A
    • tbsp Ketchup
    • a pinch Salt and Pepper
  • to taste Grated Parmesan Cheese


Shirataki Noodles with Tomato Sauce

Step 1

  • Cut Shirataki in half, boil it quickly, and put it in a colander. After that, cook the shirataki in a frying pan to remove the water.
  • Cut chicken breast into bite-sized pieces and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  • Slice the onions. Cut carrot and bell pepper into strips.

Shirataki Noodles with Tomato Sauce

Step 2

In a frying pan, heat the vegetable oil and minced garlic over medium heat and stir fry the chicken meat, onions and carrots. Once cooked, add green pepper and stir-fry.

Shirataki Noodles with Tomato Sauce

Step 3

Add the shirataki to the pan and add (A) ketchup and salt & pepper to taste. When the water from the ketchup and shirataki has gone out and everything has been mixed, turn off the heat. Serve in a bowl and sprinkle with parmesan cheese.

Shirataki Noodles with Tomato Sauce

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