Low Carb Vegitarian Pasta Recipe

This pasta recipe is made with “Ecoideas Organic Konjac Pasta“. Konjac is a low calorie, high fiber root vegetable that has been eaten in Japan for centuries. We have chose this pasta brand over others because this one smells less fishy. The texture of this pasta is chewy like other Konjac pasta – but don’t worry this recipe is so delicious that you won’t feel the texture.

This recipe is super easy and healthy dinner for weight loss and diet.

Ingredients for 2 servings


2 Packs  of Organic Konjac Pasta 14oz (385g)

One medium sized tomato 1 Cup (100g)

Fresh Chives Finely Chopped 1/2 Cup (53g)

Fresh Spinach Medium Chopped 1/2 Cup (16g)

Garlic Finely Chopped 1 Cloves (3g)

Low Salt Kikkoman Soy Sauce 1 Tbsp (15ml)

Portugallo Spicy Garlic Sauce 1 Tsp (5-10ml)

Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2 Tbsp (20ml)

A Pinch of Hot Chili Pepper Powder

A Pinch of Turmeric Powder

1.Wash The Organic Konjac Pasta under cold running water for a few minutes.

2. Add olive oil in a cold frying pan. Do not heat the pan as it burns the olive oil. 

3. Add spinach and chives in frying pan. Move it around for a few minutes in low medium heat. Once it medium cooked add the chopped tomato. Keep in low medium heat until it tenders.

4. Add the Pasta, stir it and mix it well and cooked for 5 minutes in medium low heat. Next add Kikkoman Soy Sauce and chopped garlic and stir it.

5. Now, add a pinch of red hot chili powder, a pinch of turmeric powder and pour the Portugallo Sauce. Stir it well and cooked for 2 to 4 more minutes.

6.Transfer the Pasta to a plate and sprinkle a pinch of dried mint leaves on your Pasta before serving.

Per Serving:

Energy: 208 Calories

Fat: 20g

Protein: 2.25g

Net Carbohydrate: 3g

Tips:

Avoid adding any salt because the sodium content in that Low Salt Kikkoman soy sauce which we have used is still high for those that are on a sodium restricted diet.

One thought on “Low Carbohydrate Recipes

  1. mike.therrien80 says:

    Looks like a good recipe. I use your Magic Noodle and the method I use to remove any fishy smell is as follows: 1) wash noodles under cold water for at least three minutes, 2) parboil the noodles in water & sea salt for 8-10 minutes, 3) sautee the noodles in a non-stick pan with no oil or butter for 8 minutes to remove any moisture. Works perfect any time.

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