Noodles in a stir fry, as a bed for Italian bolognese, or as an addition in a soup – it's something most of us enjoy.
The main issue is, most noodles are high in carbs and not too friendly for blood sugar levels.
The exception is a Japanese noodle that is now readily available – shirataki or konjac noodles.
Shirataki noodles are low in calories, super low in carbs and even have benefits to share. They are high in fiber, especially soluble fiber, can help reduce hunger, and even support better blood sugar control.
The best part about them is you can use them anywhere you might use noodles normally, such as this delicious low carb turkey ramen soup.
If you don't like ground turkey (mince), replace with ground chicken or beef, which will taste equally great. And you can swap and change or add any veggies that you please.
In any case, this is a very easy-to-make, tasty and satisfying dish – enjoy!
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