Wednesday, July 15, 2015

[ 雙語食譜 ] 五分鐘完成!低卡蒟蒻涼麵 Low-Calorie, Low-Carb Japanese Shirataki Noodles しらたき

一包蒟蒻麵差不多185公克,竟然才不到九大卡,而且超有飽足感,根本就是夏日減肥瘦身的聖品,在歐美地區也非常受歡迎。聽說7/25就是節氣裡的大暑了,最近天氣熱到把雞蛋放在柏油路都可以煎熟的程度。麻麻身為一名饕餮,也很怕夏天在廚房裡面揮汗煮飯,剛好在好市多買到一小箱蒟蒻麵しらたき,決定今天的午餐就是它啦!五分鐘即可完成的超低卡蒟蒻涼麵,再配上一些蔬菜,讓營養更完善均衡。

*五分鐘完成!低卡蒟蒻涼麵

材料:

蒟蒻麵                    兩包(370公克)

醬油                        適量(依照個人口味來調配)

和風芝麻醬            適量(麻麻用了一大匙)

麻油                        幾滴就好了(可省略)

鮭魚卵                    兩大匙(可省略)




1. 首先,把蒟蒻麵裡面的水倒出來,再用冷開水把蒟蒻麵沖洗一下,讓味道消除。

注意:

蒟蒻麵袋子裡的水有一些味道,這是它本身的特殊氣息,但是很多人不習慣,因此麻麻建議大家一定要確實做到第一個步驟唷!







2. 取一大碗,倒入醬油、和風芝麻醬、麻油,攪拌均勻。在碗內加入兩包沖洗過又瀝乾的蒟蒻麵。

注意:

麻麻在好市多買到的蒟蒻麵本身就是已經煮熟的,包裝上有註明它不必再加熱煮過也能夠直接食用。

如果不放心的話,麻麻會建議您用開水把燙一下(約兩分鐘),撈起、瀝乾水份、冰鎮之後再食用。





3. 麻麻超愛吃鮭魚卵的,所以在蒟蒻麵上方加兩匙鮭魚卵。

(鮭魚卵既美味又營養,不過還頗不便宜,而且美國鄉下根本沒賣這種好東西,所以只能趁有機會回台灣時吃一點點。嗚嗚嗚!)





4. 把所有的食材輕輕攪拌均勻,自製的低卡蒟蒻涼麵就完成囉!




從頭到尾就差不多只花了麻麻五分鐘的時間在準備,真的超簡單,簡單到要把這些步驟寫成一篇食譜我都感到很羞怯呀呀呀 @@



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English Version:


                    

Shirataki noodles are also known as しらたき in Japanese.

In English, they are called devil's tongue noodles, Miracle Noodles, yam noodles, or ito konnyaku.

These noodles are made with devil's tongue yams, which contains water and an indigestible dietary fiber.

Therefore, Japanese Shirataki noodles are useful to those on low-calorie and low-carbohydrate diets.

Traditionally used in Japanese hot pot or stew, they are becoming very popular in health food stores around the world.



Recipe:

Low-Calorie, Low-Carb Japanese Shirataki Noodles しらたき


Ingredients:

Shirataki Noodles              2 packages (about 9-calorie per package)

Soy Sauce                          to taste

Japanese Sesame Sauce     to taste (I used about 1 TBSP)

Sesame Oil                         a few drops (optional)

Salmon Roe                        2 TBSP (optional)


Instructions:

                     

1. Rinse the noodles in cold water, twice. This step is to eliminate the odor of Shirataki noodles.

Please note: some brands may require you to boil the noodles for two minutes, drain, and then spread out on paper towels to dry. However, the noodles I purchased was already cooked and ready to use.



                     


2. In large bowl, add soy sauce, Japanese sesame sauce, and a few drops of sesame oil. Add two packages of Shirataki Noodles.



                     

3. Top with whatever ingredients you like. I happened to have some salted fresh salmon roe, so I added about 2 TBSP of roe to my noodles.



                                

4. Toss to coat. Served cold.



                        

It's low-carb, it's low-calorie, and it's easy to prepare.

I only spent about five minutes to "cook" Japanese Shirataki Noodles, and oh they taste so gooooood!

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