Tomato Ramen using Shirataki Noodles

Tomato Ramen using Shirataki Noodles

Not only is this ramen great when you're on a diet, but the tomatoes are good for your skin! And it's delicious too.

Ingredients: 1 1/2 servings

Shirataki noodles (blanched in boiling water and drained)
1 bag
Tomatoes (small)
(If using a large tomato, 1 is fine)
You an increase the amount of tomatoes, or use canned
Vegetable juice + water
300 ml of juice + 200 ml water
(Or use vegetable juice only)
I use the vegetable juice from Ito-en
A. Salt
to taste
A. Pepper
to taste
A. Fish sauce
to taste
A. Chicken soup stock granules
4 teaspoons
A. ★Paprika powder
2 shakes
A. ★Chili powder
2 shakes
A. ★Krazy Salt
5 shakes
The ★ ingredients are optional:
Easy melting cheese of your choice
to taste


1. Slice the onion thinly against the grain (it will soften faster).
2. Cut the tomatoes into bite-sized pieces. (If you want a chunky tomato soup, cut them into large pieces.)
3. Wash the shirataki noodles, and cut into fairly short pieces. (They are hard to eat otherwise, so don't skip this step.)
4. Stir fry the onion in olive oil. When the onion is translucent, add tomatoes, and stir-fry a little.
5. Add water and vegetable juice and bring to a boil. Turn the heat down to low, add the A. ingredients and the shirataki noodles, and simmer for about 10 minutes.
6. Serve as much as you want to eat in a bowl, topped with cheese!

Story Behind this Recipe

I really wanted to eat tomato noodle soup when I was on a diet, so I made it! It's easy and delicious!