Konjac Noodles with ‘Faux’ Truffle Pesto

A delicious, massively-flavoured keto ‘pasta’ dish where my homemade ‘faux’ truffle pesto is spooned through shirataki (konjac) noodles. This recipe serves 4, but if you choose to serve less people, simply adjust the ingredients using the plugin facility on the recipe below. Approximately 60g / 2.1oz of pesto is used per serving, if that helps.
 

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Carbs 2.9g | Fat 36g | Protein 3.4g
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Konjac Noodles with 'Faux' Truffle Pesto

A delicious, massively-flavoured keto 'pasta' dish where homemade 'faux' truffle pesto is spooned through shirataki (konjac) noodles. This recipe serves 4, but if you choose to serve less people, simply adjust the ingredients. Approximately 60g / 2.1oz of pesto is used per serving, if that helps.
Course Main Dish
Cuisine General
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 4

Per serving

Calories: 338kcal | Carbohydrates: 2.9g | Protein: 3.4g | Fat: 36g

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Make the 'Faux Truffle Pesto' as per the recipe it links to above on this blog. Set aside.
  • In the meantime, prepare the shirataki (konjac) noodles. I rinse them very well in a large colander, agitating it with my hands as I run warm water over it. Then, I simmer them in fresh batches of simmering water in a large pan, draining them in-between each simmer. Doing this several times will completely remove the bizarre smell often found in the packaging of these products.
  • Drain the noodles well and return to a large, dry pan, stirring through the truffle pesto and olive oil to gently reheat. Once warm, divide between four warm bowls and spoon over the soured cream. Season generously with salt flakes and freshly ground black pepper. Scatter over chopped parsley before serving.


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Nutritional Information per serving
Calories                        338Kcal / 1414kJ
Fat                                36g
Carbohydrates              2.9g
Protein                          3.4g

Allergens
Milk
Sesame (may be found in the truffle-infused oil of the pesto - check labels)
Tree Nuts (may be found in the truffle-infused oil of the pesto - check labels)




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