I ordered them off Amazon last week and they arrived on Monday. I was really excited to try them but didn't get a chance until Wednesday night. I had on the menu Stir Fry, I would normally skip the rice and avoid the carbs. Of course I as I type this I am munching on Ritzs, oh well.
I cooked my veggies, created the sauce I wanted and a few minutes before the meat was ready I tossed in the noodles. In full disclosure I cooked the beef in a separate pan, as I knew my family wouldn't want to pick around the noodles. They are not very adventures at trying new foods.
One Package of Kelp Noodles
The package has 3 servings
Calories per serving 6
You read that right - the entire bag has 18 calories
Pardon my awesome foodie photography, awesome camera phone skills.
These noodles are easy peasy to use:
Add to whatever you are making
I didn't measure a serving, but about 1/4 with some beef on top
The leftovers! I have at least 2 big servings left, possible even 3.
Since I try to eat low carb most of the time, I am beyond excited to try these noodles with different sauces. It gives you the noodle feel without the carb bloat. At first they are a bit crunch or more like an aldente pasta. I would highly recommend these to someone who wants a noodle, but not the carbs.
In other important news I have worked out the past two days in a row, trying to get over my slacker ways of last week. Today is usually the day I want to through in the towel, I am going to get my miles in and get back in my grove.
Have you tried Kelp Noodles? Any suggestions for unconventional noodle replacements?
Note - if you buy from amazon they come in bluk. You get 6 packs in one order.