‘Shirataki’ (Konjac Noodles) are translucent and gelatinous noodles made from ‘Konnyaku’ Potatoes (aka Konjac Yam or Devil’s Tongue Yam). ‘Shirataki’ is very low in calories and a popular food to eat when you try to lose weight. I used Spring Onion today, but Garlic Chives are also good. This dish is lower in calories, yet very filling. Find more ‘Shirataki’ recipes here.


1 Serving


2 Eggs
Salt & White Pepper
1 teaspoon Oil *plus extra, I used Sesame Oil
1 bag (200g after drained) Shirataki (Konjac Noodles) *rinsed & drained
1 small clove Garlic *OR Ginger can be added
1 Spring Onion *sliced diagonally
1/4 teaspoon Asian Chicken Bouillon Powder *OR Dashi Powder
1 tablespoon Soy Sauce
1 tablespoon Mirin
Crispy Chilli Oil *optional

  1. Whisk Eggs in a bowl, and lightly season with Salt & White Pepper.
  2. Drain Shirataki (Konjac Noodles), rinse under cold water, then drain well. Prepare Garlic and Spring Onion.
  3. Combine Asian Chicken Bouillon Powder (OR Dashi Powder), Soy Sauce and Mirin in a small bowl. Prepare everything before you start cooking.
  4. Heat Oil in a frying pan over medium heat, cook Egg softly, then return to the bowl.
  5. Add extra Oil in the pan, add Shirataki (Konjac Noodles) and Garlic (OR Ginger) to the pan, and stir for a few minutes. Add Spring Onion, Egg and the Sauce. Stir to combine. When Spring Onion is cooked, it is done.
  6. Add some Crispy Chilli Oil and enjoy.