Recently, my doctor took me off of gluten. I've always had stomach issues, but I never thought it might be associated with an intolerance. Coffee, wine, tomatoes, sure, but flour? Thankfully, most restaurants and grocery stores carry gluten free options, and so long as you stick mainly to fresh produce you're fairly safe. Add to that my love for trying new foods (spaghetti squash) and it really hasn't been so bad.
And then there is my sweet friend Sharon. This lovely lady is not only the queen of Craig's List, but sells her cookies to help pay for her kids ABA therapy, and found me Miracle Noodles on Amazon.
Made from Shirataki Konjac, an Asian plant root, Miracle Noodle is carb free, gluten free, and soy free and, even better, zero calories. You can buy a box of six on Amazon for around $13. It comes in packets filled with water and sort of looks, well, like little white worms. After you drain and rinse them in a colander, you boil them for 3-4 minutes like you would any other pasta.
|Boil in salted water for 2-4 minutes.|
|Sautee on medium heat to remove excess water. I added chicken sausage as well for some protein.|
|Add your sauce: I used vodka sauce and added fresh basil.|