Miracle Noodles

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katburt

Joined: Apr 11
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Posted: 18 Sep 2011, 18:41
I need to introduce some new things into my eating. I was wondering if anyone has tried Miracle Noodles? I have heard both good and bad things. I wanted some opinions before I bought these.
liv001

Joined: Oct 09
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Posted: 18 Sep 2011, 20:39
Some people love them - some just dislike them
Hard to know which one you are till you tried Smile

I belong to the the love them group. I always have lost around.
kimzie77

Joined: May 11
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Posted: 18 Sep 2011, 20:59
Do they taste like real noodles???
Kimberly
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time we fall"
liv001

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Posted: 18 Sep 2011, 21:04
No they do not taste like wheat noodles. They do not have much of a taste at all and their texture is a bit different as well. Some people think they are a bit rubbery.
They are made from a veggie and packed in a water. Most people feel they smell fishy when they come out of the water (and they sort of do)
So you have to rinse them quite a lot. I think after some rinsing they smell just fine.
I prefer these fried in some olive oil with lots of veggies and either soy sauce or tomato sauce - depending if I want to go chinese or Italian with them.
Sweethuhny

Joined: Aug 11
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Posted: 18 Sep 2011, 23:13
Tangy Tomatoe soup:
1 cup chicken broth
1 can diced tomatoes
1 tsp+ of minced garlic
1 tsp+ dried basil leaves
Add rinsed miracle rice, salt & pepper, diced chicken, veggies....
Heat & Eat... delicious!
Note: Miracle noodles are soluble fiber therefore they fill you up and also help keep your pooper working well! Enjoy!

F8thful1

Joined: Jun 11
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Posted: 18 Sep 2011, 23:17
I concur with liv001 that they are best fried first. Just throw them in a pan with a tablespoon or so of oil. I use coconut oil. The frying firms them up, otherwise they remain kind of slimy and very soft. I use them in stir-fry too; they take on the taste of whatever sauce you are using and generally add bulk to your dish.
kimzie77

Joined: May 11
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Posted: 18 Sep 2011, 23:29
thanks everyone
Kimberly
"Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every
time we fall"



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