Konjac Hand Knot Pasta
This is one of the most odd-looking noodle shapes I have ever seen. Frankly, I'd never heard of "hand knot pasta" before seeing this and haven't got a clue what kind of recipe you would use this noodle in. Anyone care to enlighten me on this?
Konjac Angel Hair Pasta
Above all others, this is my favorite noodle shape. It works so well with Italian or Asian recipes and the texture is exactly like what you would expect it to be. Love it, love it, love it!
Konjac Trofie Pasta
I had never heard of this one before, but it's basically just a big thick spaghetti noodle. Again, this one woud be a great choice for Italian recipes and will absorb the spaghetti sauces, garlic, etc. very well.
Konjac Rigatoni Pasta
You know, I was thinking about how incredibly funny it is that a low-carb pasta alternative from Japan is creating all of these Italian noodle shapes. Hee hee! Who knew there was such an awareness of what rigatoni is in the Far East? :)
Konjac Lasagna Pasta
Okay, this one intrigues me more than any of the other shapes because it sounds promising. It's thick enough to be a great lasagna noodle and I will DEFINITELY look forward to making my first Konjac Shirataki lasagna very soon.
Konjac Penne Pasta
Look out macaroni & cheese fans, this pasta shape could fit the bill for you with some melted cheese to make that dish a regular one for you to eat again. Except this time, IT'S HEALTHY!!!
Konjac Sagnarelli Pasta
The first thing I thought of when I saw this pasta shape was dumplings, as in chicken & dumplings. It's certainly worth a shot and the shape and size is perfect for that kind of recipe.
Konjac Mini Pearl Pasta
Hooooowwwwdyyyy! Sorry, when I heard the name of this pasta, I immediately thought about the old television series Hee Haw. Ha! Seriously, I was hoping they would make a version of Konjac shirataki pasta that could be used as a rice substitute and this one fits the bill perfectly.
Konjac Fettuccini Pasta
Fettuccini has gotten a bad rap over the years when it has been put in combination with alfredo sauce. But now you can enjoy that famous dish without worrying about that. You've found a better way to eat it now!
Also available from Konjac, but not pictured are spaghetti, linguini, and ditalini (I don't know diddly squat about what this is!) pasta noodles. The possibilities are truly endless and all these new shapes of Konjac shirataki are yet another way to pump a little variety into your low-carb lifestyle.
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