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Shirataki Noodle Fettuccine Alfredo

Shirataki Noodle Fettuccine Alfredo created by yogiclarebear

A lower cal/fat version of the classic creamy noodle dish, using my favorite tofu noodles! You can also use regular noodles with the sauce of course. This makes enough sauce to cover an added meat or vegetable.

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20mins
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directions

  • Drain tofu noodles. Using a scissors, cut them into 3-4” pieces. Parboil for 2-3 minutes to remove the “Shirataki” aroma from the noodles.
  • Combine ricotta, cream cheese, half and half, margarine, parmesan, salt and pepper and mix slightly.
  • Spray treat a small non-stick skillet with cooking spray. Over medium heat, add the garlic and saute for 2-3 minutes, until it becomes fragrant.
  • Add the tofu noodles and heat through, stirring. Add pre-cooked meat or veggie here, if desired, and heat through.
  • Reduce heat to low-medium. Make a reservoir in the center of the pan with the noodles surrounding. Add the sauce mixture and let it soften. Mix it up and stir it into the noodles.
  • Heat through and serve!
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"A lower cal/fat version of the classic creamy noodle dish, using my favorite tofu noodles! You can also use regular noodles with the sauce of course. This makes enough sauce to cover an added meat or vegetable."
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  1. yogiclarebear
    Shirataki Noodle Fettuccine Alfredo Created by yogiclarebear
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  2. yogiclarebear
    A lower cal/fat version of the classic creamy noodle dish, using my favorite tofu noodles! You can also use regular noodles with the sauce of course. This makes enough sauce to cover an added meat or vegetable.
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