Shirataki Spaghetti Stir-fry with Shrimp


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Shirataki (shee-rah-TAH-kee) noodles are made from Konjac flour, which comes from the roots of the yam-like Konjac plant grown in Japan and China. They are mostly composed of a dietary fiber called glucomannan and contain very few calories and carbohydrates. ( or even carb-free). Some shirataki noodles are made out of tofu, which have a small amount of carbs.
Shirataki are typically sold in wet form -- the noodles are bagged in liquid. All it requires is rinse and drain them before using for the recipe. They do not have much flavour by themselves, but absorb flavors well from other ingredients you can combine them with. You can easily find shirataki noodles at Asian stores or online.

  • 200 g Shirataki spaghetti, drained
  • 200 g Shrimp, shelled
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • 1 tsp Ginger root, shredded
  • 1 tsp Garlic, chopped
  • 150 g Chinese cabbage, shredded
  • 100 g Carrot, shredded
  • 100 g Leek, shredded
  • 50 g Radicchio, shredded
  • 3 tbsp Sweet chilli sauce
  1. Drain and rinse shirataki noodles very well. Set aside. Season the shrimp with salt and pepper. Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil into a skillet over medium heat. Once the oil is hot, add in seasoned shrimp and cook until they turn pink. Remove and place them in a bowl.
  2. Add the remaining olive oil into the skillet, then garlic and ginger. Cook for a few seconds, then add in all the shredded vegetables. Cook for a minute. Add shirataki spaghetti, stir-fry 2 minutes. Stir in sweet chilli sauce and shrimp, heat through. Taste and season with salt and pepper if needed. Serve immediately.

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94 comments:

Lenia 22/2/14 18:37

This is such an exotic and delicious dish!
Kisses,dear!

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Liz Berg 22/2/14 19:05

I love the sound of these noodles, Angie...AND the gorgeous dish you made with them! Scrumptious!

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Jessica @ Jessiker Bakes 22/2/14 19:23

I love this dish! It looks so delicious, and the colours are so vibrant!

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Sam Hoffer @ My Carolina Kitchen 22/2/14 20:07

How pretty. I don't think I've ever seen a more beautiful presentation of spaghetti.

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Rebecca Subbiah 22/2/14 20:45

looks tasty and new to me love learning about new food to try

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motherrimmy 22/2/14 21:15

I have everything but the noodles. Since a trip to the store is planned anyway for today, I'll be sure and pick them up. The asparagus I have in the frig will be terrific in this dish.

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Eva Taylor 22/2/14 22:18

I discovered these noodles a few years ago and although they do have quite an odour when first opened the strong flavours of this beautiful stir fry would certainly enhance these unusual noodles. My husband can't stand the texture, but I don't mind it particularly if I know it is not a carb and it has very few calories, I can be very forgiving!
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Alex 22/2/14 22:43

What a beautiful dish, Angie. My mouth is watering!

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Rosita Vargas 22/2/14 23:08

Te ha quedado exquisito esta pasta me encanta sobremanera,abrazos.

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 22/2/14 23:31

A delicious dish! That combination is mouthwatering.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Esther Lau 23/2/14 00:43

Hi Angie, i never try shirataki spaghetti before. They look yummy with the colourful and flavourful combination. Thanks for sharing ;)

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Gracie ~ Food Fascination 23/2/14 01:16

This looks wonderful. I have looking for something like this for lighter weeknight dinners. Thanks.

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 23/2/14 01:17

The noodles are wonderfully interesting. I will look for them and give it a go. The ginger and shrimp combination is perfect. The colors in this dish are amazing. Very pretty!

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Ann Jones 23/2/14 03:02

Great looking dish, yum! I bet my family would really enjoy this!

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Monica 23/2/14 03:19

I love this! I buy yam noodles for hot-spot (shabu-shabu)..not sure it's the same thing but I totally want to look for this. I've heard of the tofu version but never seen it in stores. Time to look harder.

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Gina 23/2/14 04:56

Healthy, inexpensive, tasty and beautiful. What more could one ask?
G

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Medeja 23/2/14 05:39

I have never heard of Shirataki noodles before but the salad looks amazing. I think it is actually great that they don't have much flavor but rather absorbs flavors of other ingredients.

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Hasna Hamza Layin 23/2/14 09:02

something similar to wat i was luking for.. lovely colors too

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Shobha 23/2/14 09:42

Yummy and exotic dish.. would love to make it .. but we sometimes don't find the ingredients where I live.. Thanks for your comment on Beetroot Raita ..
Angie Raita means some veggies or fruits added to the churned yogurt..In South India it is known as pachadi and they add tempering to it.

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sophiesfoodiefiles 23/2/14 10:39

Thank you for introducing thee special noodles to me! The dish looks pretty appetizing & just wonderful too! Yum Yum Yummm!

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thecompletecookbook 23/2/14 11:12

Shirataki noodles sound great - I will have to look out for them when I am next in town.
Have a super week ahead Angie.
:-) Mandy xo

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Kelly 23/2/14 11:22

This is such a gorgeous dish Angie! Love how colorful and pretty it looks! I have seen shirataki noodles at our local asian market but have never tried cooking with them - they sound awesome and can't wait to give them a try next time :)

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Vicki Bensinger 23/2/14 13:45

I've never heard of Shirataki noodles before but can't wait now to get some to try with some of my favorite stir fry recipes. From what they're made from you'd think they would have some flavor. Very intriguing. I may have to run out today and find them so I can use them with this evenings dinner. Thanks for sharing this.

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Michael Toa 23/2/14 14:34

Absolutely brilliant! Not only I love the flavours, but I always love your beautiful presentation... and the noodles on the silver platter looks gorgeous.

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Susan 23/2/14 16:12

I love being challenged when I come to your blog with new ingredients. I must find an Asian market to look up these noodles. Hubby would love this dish, but I'm vegetarian so I would add the shrimp last for him! XOXO

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wok with ray 23/2/14 17:19

Very scrumptious and colorful. That is a beautiful dish, Angie. Have a great week ahead. :)

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My Inner Chick 23/2/14 17:21

Pure Decadence.
Wish I could dig in to some of that! Mmmmmm. xx

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afracooking 23/2/14 18:02

I love my carb free noodles and am always looking for new recipes to spice them up. This dish looks fabulous!

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GG 23/2/14 18:04

This looks wonderful, I'm definitely going to search out these noodles. GG

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Beth 23/2/14 21:25

The food looks delicious - and the dishes are almost as beautiful! Such a lovely set of photos.

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Jasna Varcakovic 23/2/14 21:39

Always something exotic and unusual in Angie's kitchen; shirataki spaghetti look yummy!

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Catherine 23/2/14 23:55

Dear Angie, What a beautiful, colorful and delicious meal. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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Cass @foodmyfriend 24/2/14 00:04

Those colours! What is catching my attention now though is the Albert Einstein quote below your comments. Vegetarian love girl!

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The Yum List 24/2/14 00:18

I bet this makes a lovely fresh lunch.

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Daniela Grimburg 24/2/14 02:47

Fantastic looking and I'm sure even better tasting :)
I love this exotic , colorful dish!

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Geraldine Saucier 24/2/14 03:02

This dish looks delicious. I need to get some of those noodles. I need to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing:)

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Jeannie Tay 24/2/14 03:26

Oh that looks so good! I love the colors on this dish and so healthy! yum! Got to keep an eye out for these noodles.

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Layla @ Brunch Time Baker 24/2/14 07:25

I just love how easy and simple you make this dish seem! It looks wonderful!!

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kitchen flavours 24/2/14 11:18

Hi Angie,
I have never heard of Shirataki Spaghetti before! Looks delicious!
I'll keep a look-out for these !

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Joanne 24/2/14 12:53

I used to eat shirataki noodles all the time in college! Love this tasty stir fry using them...all that flavor in the sauce makes up for the noodles not having much flavor!

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easyfoodsmith 24/2/14 14:23

I am a big fan of stir fries and this one is a total winner...bursting with colors and flavors. Great post Angie.

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Elisabeth Pregadio 24/2/14 16:09

Hi Angie, thank you for your sweet and caring comment. I adore your shirataki spaghetti, and shrimp has to be my most favorite crusted seafood...so versatile!
Love the preparation, and the addition of the bitter radicchio, and of course the sweet and spicy chilli sauce! Superb:)

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fimère .b 24/2/14 16:33

un plat parfait et exotique
bonne journée

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Hema Vijai 24/2/14 17:13

Very colorful dish, looks very good..

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Nammi 24/2/14 17:24

gorgeous photoes as always :), first time hearing about this noodle. sounds very exotic :)

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Erica 24/2/14 17:54

This dish looks amazing, Angie! Beautiful colors, wonderful flavors and textures!

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sprinklesandsauce 24/2/14 17:56

we used to eat a lot of shirataki when we were tying out this new diet. it was a great substitute for carbs! love this recipe!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 24/2/14 18:18

These noodles are new to me but would love to try them! There's nothing better than shrimp and a little chili sauce on the side :)

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Pam 24/2/14 18:31

It looks FANTASTIC!

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grace 24/2/14 18:54

i don't often eat food like this, but your creation looks quite delicious! what an exciting collection of colors and flavors and textures.

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Alida 24/2/14 19:00

Exotic and delicious! I always have this food in restaurants. Thank you for sharing this post I want to give it a go. Looks so good!!

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Lady Lilith 24/2/14 19:14

Spaghetti stir fry is one of my favorites. You make it look even better.

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 24/2/14 22:18

Angie this dish is so tempting and colorful, love anything with shrimp. I think I have seen these noodles but never bought them. Love the idea of just rinsing them and no cooking.

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Erin | The Law Students Wife 24/2/14 22:52

Stir fry is one of my favorite weeknight meals, and yours looks glorious!

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Reeni Pisano 25/2/14 03:27

This is enticing Angie! So vibrant and colorful! I saw these at my market but haven't tried them yet. I definitely will now.

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mjskit 25/2/14 04:10

Such a beautiful and exotic looking dish! Love the textures and flavors.

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Katerina 25/2/14 08:44

I didn't know about these noodles! It looks very tasty and delectable. I must search in my Asian store for them!

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Mich PieceofCake 25/2/14 09:53

I have never heard of this type of spaghetti. Your stir fry pasta dish looks divine!

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Anne Regalado 25/2/14 10:29

Angie , I never thought that you could use Shirataki for stir-frying ! We use it when we have a hot pot :D I called it konnyaku , it is the same , right ?

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 25/2/14 14:15

Such a pretty dish Angie - I've tried both regular shirataki and tofu shirataki - different in texture, but both nice and light.

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 25/2/14 15:45

I love me any good stir-fry :-) This looks delicious and your bowls look terrific. I need to buy me some of those!

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Ann Low 25/2/14 16:27

Love your stir fry spaghetti. So colourful and definitely very healthy!

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Kitchen Belleicious 25/2/14 16:50

i love how colorful the pasta is Angie! It looks fantastic and I am a sucker for mushrooms in just about anything

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Tze @ Awayofmind 25/2/14 19:08

Angie, first time for me to hear of Shirataki but it looks really like Penang laksa noodle! This dish looks fantastic!

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Shashi Charles 25/2/14 19:57

I have never heard of Shirataki before - thank you for enlightening me. The Shirataki look lovely in this stir fry - such a colorful and flavorful dish!

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Pam 25/2/14 21:05

Perfect! It looks and sounds delicious!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 26/2/14 00:17

I have not knowingly ever tried these! And now I can't wait to try them. Thanks Angie, for this explanation!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 26/2/14 02:24

This is a really lovely stir-fry! I love to make these for a quick and healthy weeknight dinner.

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Lite Home Bake 26/2/14 10:39

Thank you for introducing this, another new one for me :) Looks healthy and delicious!

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Barbara 26/2/14 12:47

That looks fabulous, Angie. Makes such a great presentation as well as being delicious.

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Jenn C 26/2/14 13:28

I have never heard of Shirataki before.. but it doesn't surprise me... each time I come to your blog I find I know so little about the food of the world :) I'm so happy to learn of these new things though as this dish, once again, looks and sounds amazing!!

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Caroline Taylor 26/2/14 14:23

This is so pretty, lovely colours and flavours.

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Elzbieta Hester 26/2/14 19:11

I would dive into this spaghetti! :) ela

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Ann Jones 27/2/14 00:46

I love stir fry, this looks great. And full of delicious shrimp!

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Juliana 27/2/14 02:48

Shirataki spaghetti! I just had a few times...did not really care for its texture...but after seeing what you have here I might give another try.
Hope you are having a wonderful week Angie :D

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Muna Kenny 27/2/14 03:08

Your clicks made me hungry and I'm just starting my day here! It is true, Shirataki noddles do absorb all the flavors and this is what I like about it :)

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Kathy 27/2/14 03:40

Such a beautiful dish, Angie! Your presentation and photos are gorgeous!

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dentistvschef 27/2/14 11:27

Eversince my dad got diabetes, i try this kind of zero calories noodle or pasta for him and he quite like it too....
looks delicious and i guess this is a good option for my weight issue too!

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Von 27/2/14 12:10

I've never had shirataki spaghetti before- they look like rice noodles....do they taste similar?

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 27/2/14 16:50

I love the colors in this wholesome, fresh stir fry! It looks like spring on a plate, Angie. Great job!

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Pilar. Cook and Spoon 27/2/14 17:15

I didn't know these noodles at all, Angie. The dish looks incredibly yummy and it's healthy. Perfect!

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sweetcarolinescooking 27/2/14 18:38

What a beautiful stir-fry, Angie! I was just thinking about buying some shrimp yesterday. Now even more reason to do so. :)

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Mary Frances 27/2/14 22:28

Looks like a delicious and healthy meal!

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 28/2/14 08:17

Spaghetti Stir fry! That's interesting! This looks delicious Angie!

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Sokehah Cheah 28/2/14 08:35

Wow, I don't mind having this for my lunch and dinner.....Great clicks!

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Raven Cauthon 28/2/14 17:08

This looks so amazing!! I love shrimp and have been craving it lately!

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Asmita 1/3/14 01:21

Wow!
This looks stunning! Love the flavors, colors and presentation!

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CQUEK 2/3/14 13:15

This recipe easily doubles.

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tigerfish 3/3/14 07:24

This dish looks so vibrant and inviting! Have tried shirataki noodles before and they really do not have much flavor. Maybe it was the way I cooked it?

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noobcook 4/3/14 05:44

I have only used Shirataki in hotpot. amazed that they go so well as a spaghetti dish!

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 5/3/14 05:49

Mmmm... I'll be dreaming about this for lunch tomorrow :)

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 10/3/14 17:22

Oh my goodness Angie, could this dish look any more inviting? As I read through the ingredient list my mouth is watering and I can literally smell the delightful aromas wafting up from this beautiful stir-fry. Gorgeous!

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