Healthy Konjak Pasta with Taramasalata

200g of konjak pasta is only 12 kcals. Use shop bought taramasalata as a sauce to make this healthy and delicious dish in 5 minutes. You'll be beach-ready!

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 1 Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Konjak potato noodles (shirataki) 1 pack (200g)
Taramasalata (shop-bought) 1 heaped tbsp
Chicory 1/4
Shredded nori sheet as you like
Salt & pepper as you like
Chilli powder as you like

Method

1
Put lots of salt in a pan with the water and bring to the boil. Put the konjak noodles in a colander and wash and drain. Chop the chicory.
2
When the water is boiling, cook the konjak noodles for 2-3 minutes. Drain well then mix with the taramasalata and transfer to a serving dish. Garnish with the chicory and the nori sheet. Season with the salt & pepper before serving.

Tips & Note

The konjak smells like potato a bit so wash first before boiling. The chicory will give a lovely crunchy texture to this dish but it's optional.

Healthy Konjak Pasta with Taramasalata

200g of konjak pasta is only 12 kcals. Use shop bought taramasalata as a sauce to make this healthy and delicious dish in 5 minutes. You'll be beach-ready!

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 1

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Konjak potato noodles (shirataki) 1 pack (200g)
Taramasalata (shop-bought) 1 heaped tbsp
Chicory 1/4
Shredded nori sheet as you like
Salt & pepper as you like
Chilli powder as you like

Healthy Konjak Pasta with Taramasalata

Recipe ID :1973 Posted on 13 JUL 2016

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200g of konjak pasta is only 12 kcals. Use shop bought taramasalata as a sauce to make this healthy and delicious dish in 5 minutes. You'll be beach-ready!

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1
Put lots of salt in a pan with the water and bring to the boil. Put the konjak noodles in a colander and wash and drain. Chop the chicory.
2
When the water is boiling, cook the konjak noodles for 2-3 minutes. Drain well then mix with the taramasalata and transfer to a serving dish. Garnish with the chicory and the nori sheet. Season with the salt & pepper before serving.

Tips & Note

The konjak smells like potato a bit so wash first before boiling. The chicory will give a lovely crunchy texture to this dish but it's optional.

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