Shirataki rice got its name because of its resemblance to ordinary rice. Moreover, the composition of Shirataki rice is identical to the composition of the classic product.
Some manufacturers call rice cut residues from production, which is not true by definition. Real shirataki rice should be round, slightly resembling eggs.
Shirataki is the secret of health, beauty and longevity, known in East Asia for more than 2000 years. Japan is the world leader in product consumption: the inhabitants of this small country eat about 200 tons of Shirataki a year. The product is part of the daily diet of the Japanese. Which is not surprising, because among them there are practically no people suffering from overweight.
For the production of Shirataki, only natural plant materials are used. Shirataki made from brandy flour, obtained by grinding to a state of powder the tubers of the cognac plant.
Shirataki is a natural product that contains virtually no calories, consists of dietary fiber and is recommended for people who care about their health, control body weight, as well as blood sugar.
Open the package, rinse the contents of the bag with cold running water. Dip in boiling broth or water. Cook no more than 2 minutes. It is recommended to serve as a side dish for meat and vegetable dishes, seasoning with sauce.
Spaghetti Shirataki does not have pronounced taste characteristics, therefore, it goes well with any kind of dressings and sauces, and is also suitable for making salads and marinades (for example, shirataki, pickled with green onions and spices).
This is important to know: the product does not contain harmful additives E, including E425 (cognac resin).
Calcium hydroxide in the marinade is a product of natural origin that preserves the freshness and density of Shirataki. It is also widely used in the production of baby food, drinks and chocolate.
Ingredients: brandy flour, calcium hydroxide, purified water.
In 100 g:
Calories 9 kcal
Carbohydrates 0.6 g
dietary fiber - 3.56 g.
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