What is it?
Konjac Oat Noodles have zero calories, and are made with Konjac fiber and oat fiber. Konjac fiber also contains glucomannan, which is a water-soluble dietary fiber. The oat fiber is mainly a water-insoluble dietary fiber. Konjac oat noodles come in a wet form and are pre-packaged in water.
Traditionally konjac noodles, also known as Shirataki noodles or Konnyaku in Japanese, have zero calories, are transparent, and look similar to Chinese glass noodles, however the traditional konjac noodles have a rubbery texture and are sometimes unable to absorb all flavors.
Konjac Oat Noodles improves the texture of the noodles, while still maintaining its zero calories. As a result, by adding oat fiber it is easier for the noodles to absorb more flavor and the texture is also less rubbery. The oat fiber was able to make the texture of the konjac noodles tamer. The only difference is that the color of these noodles are light brown (due to the oat fiber.)
How They Are Packaged
Konjac noodles come wet and are packed in little water. You must rinse the konjac noodles with water and then they are ready to eat.
How the Konjac Oat Noodles Taste
Konjac Oat Noodles don't have a real taste of their own. Although in some cases, when you first open the bag you will notice a slightly fishy odor, but this can be easily washed off.
How to prepare Konjac Oat Noodles
Simply drain and rinse the noodles with cold water and repeat, after a short period of boiling, do a quick rinse with hot water and the smell will be completely gone. The noodles can be eaten without further cooking, or can be stir-fried or boiled with other ingredients to absorb more taste
Konjac Oat Noodles are a unique type of pasta, made by blending the konjac fiber and oat fiber flour, and unlike regular pasta, it is calorie-free.
When compared to the traditional Konjac Shirataki noodles, Konjac oat pasta looks more like regular noodles with a light brown color (due to the oat fiber), it can easily absorb flavors, and has a less rubbery texture.
Konjac Oat Noodles are calorie-free, they are easy to cook, simply rinse and drain them, then you may add them to your favorite recipe, either cold or hot.
Made with oat fiber and Konjac (glucomannan) fiber, the Konjac oat noodles contain both soluble fiber Konjac glucomannan and insoluble fiber oat fiber. The oat fiber is zero calories and you can add Konjac oat noodles to your favorite recipes that normally call for pasta.