Miracle Rice - Shirataki, Konjac (150g)
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Even if you're not on the keto diet, this low-carb rice is also a healthy alternative for those concerned about cholesterol management because of its water-soluble fibers. What is Shirataki Rice? Only a few ingredients are needed to cook shirataki rice. Once prepared, this low-carb rice is ready to be incorporated into your meal of choice. Make these easy Shrimp Burritos with miracle rice. You can even use keto tortillas to make it keto-friendly. Pan-fry the shirataki rice with some avocado oil and add freshly chopped cilantro, salt, and lime juice to season.
Riced cauliflower makes a great keto pizza crust, the perfect rice substitute for fried rice, and a tasty low-carb alternative for sushi rice. Scroll below for more keto cauliflower rice recipes. 2. Miracle Rice — The Lowest Carb Keto Rice, No Cauliflower Necessary You can still enjoy all of the same dishes you loved before this lifestyle change using shirataki/konjac rice. With zero net carbs and just a few calories, this low-carb rice should be a staple in your kitchen! Use as a wild rice substitute for wild rice pilaf, or add it to your keto meals to mimic the mouthfeel of couscous or wild rice. 5. Mushroom RiceShirataki rice is often called miracle rice because it’s low-carb and has only 10 calories per serving. Miracle rice has a similar texture and bland flavor to rice, and it leaves you full thanks to its fiber content. I use cauliflower rice quite a bit, but sometimes I just want something different. This low calorie, zero carb shirataki rice is one of the closest substitutes to the real thing on a low-carb diet!
Serve this Taiwanese Minced Pork over shirataki rice for a delicious low-carb meal. There are no extra instructions here. Bring a medium-large pot of water to a boil (about 8 cups of water). Add the rinsed konjac rice and boil for 3 minutes. Step 3: Rinse and dryThese crispy, spicy, and cheesy rice balls are the perfect way to use up leftover cauliflower rice. Serve with sugar-free tomato sauce for keto-friendly arancini — or keep it simple and have as is. The inside is like a jalapeno popper, and the outside has a wonderfully crunchy texture thanks to the pork rind and Parmesan coating. This was such a great recipe, I am so glad I tried it! I was really worried about how the “rice” would taste, but I think that last heating step was a game changer!! Thanks, Mya! They’re naturally low in carbs and calories, Certified Non-GMO, contain no additives, and are made from the Konjac plant.