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Konnyaku Yam Noodles (Shirataki) 228g

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Konnyaku Yam Noodles (Shirataki). 

Knot yam noodles are also known as konnyaku miracle noodles, a variety of shirataki noodles famed for having near-zero calories. The knot yam noodles are one of the most popular ingredients in Chinese hot pot.

Konnyaku noodles come from the roots of the ‘konjac’ plant in the taro family – which are peeled, cooked, pounded, and then pressed into shape. This variety are very similar to glass noodles, but tied with a simple knot into small bunches or nests. You can each the 'noodle knot' to turn them back into normal noodles, or use as they are, and enjoy as if they are dumplings.

The Konnyaku miracle noodles have a pleasantly chewy texture, found in lots of Japanese food like mushrooms and tofu. The konnyau noodles don't have a strong taste, so are best when simmered in a rich stock. They are classically served in Chinese hotpot, or alternatively try them Japanese style, simmering them in ginger, soy, and miso – so the konnyaku noodles can absorb the delicious flavours.



Water, Konnyaku, Calcium Hydroxide.


Typical Value Per 100g
Energy 60.3kJ / 14.4Kcal
Fat 0g
Of which Saturates 0g
Carbohydrate 3.6g
Of which Sugars 0g
Fibre 0g 
Protein 0g
Salt 0g



See ingredients in bold.


Konnyaku is a rubbery, flavorless zero-calorie food made of yams that are high in fiber and added to various Japanese foods for its squishy texture.

Konnyaku is the Japanese name for the konjac plant. The root of the konjac plant can be processed in to a rather bouncy food item. You may have seen noodles made of konjac labelled as Miracle Noodles or Shirataki

Konnyaku products are notoriously smelly when you take them out the package. They are typically packaged in water and need to be rinsed.

High calorie, low fat, no cholesterol.  
Suitable for vegetarian.


Use for stir-fry, soup, hot pot.


Open the package in a bowl or over the sink. The water will smell a little odd; drain it all away. Rinse
the konnyaku or shirataki briefly under cold running water, then blanch in boiling water for a few 2-3 minutes, or until the water comes up to a boil, and drain well before using!


For Best Before End: See packaging.





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