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We make a delicious line of certified kosher noodles, rice and flour.  That means you can enjoy our delicious kosher Angel Hair, Fettuccine, Spaghetti, Ziti, Miracle Rice and more with zero guilt. You’ll also find versatile kosher sweeteners and flours here. We take our kosher certification very seriously at Miracle Noodle. All of our products are certified kosher by the Orthodox Union.


Mini Variety Sampler

1 Angel Hair, 1 Fettuccine, 1 Rice, 1 Love My Rice, 1 Black Angel Hair and 1 Ready-to-Eat Vegan Spaghetti Bolognese

If you’re brand new to shirataki noodles, there’s no better way to get a good introduction than with Miracle Noodle’s Mini Variety Sampler. Each bundle contains one package each of Angel Hair, Rice, Garlic and Herb Fettuccine, Ziti, Black Angel Hair and Ready-to-Eat Spaghetti Marinara. In other words, it comes with everything you need to whip up a huge variety of dishes, from delicious Italian favorites to stir-fry, Pad Thai and more.

New here? Let us give you a proper introduction to our popular shirataki rice and noodle products. They’re all made from the Japanese Konjac plant, which has been consumed in Japan for over 1,000 years. This allows us to produce low-carb pasta and rice that’s 97 percent water and 3 percent fiber, which means they’re virtually calorie-free. The best part? All of our products are soy-free, gluten-free, vegan and non-GMO, so you’ll feel good about every bite!

Contains one Pack Each:

    • Angel Hair
    • Rice
    • Garlic and Herb Fettuccine
    • Ziti
    • Black Angel Hair
    • Ready-to-Eat Spaghetti Marinara

 Though unlikely – variation could change based on stock levels.


Miracle Noodle Angel Hair

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Miracle Noodle Angel Hair is the perfect addition to any health-conscious eater’s cache. These delicious angel hair shirataki noodles are thin and airy, so they make a great starting point for many tasty Italian entrees! What are shirataki noodles, exactly? Unlike typical noodles, which are made of flour or grains, shirataki noodles are made of the Japanese konjac plant – which means they’re essentially 97 percent water and 3 percent soluble fiber – so they’re much better for you.

Each serving of Miracle Noodle Angel Hair contains zero calories and less than 1 gram of carbs. In fact, that small carb content is only from the fiber and citric acid that helps the noodles keep their shape. When you buy shirataki noodles from Miracle Noodle, you’ll enjoy subscribe and save discounts plus free shipping. Learn how to boil angel hair pasta and more tips right here!

  • Zero calories, soy-free, gluten-free, cholesterol-free
  • Made with non-GMO ingredients
  • Contains less than 1 gram of carbs per serving (only from fiber)

Miracle Noodle Organic Rice

We are proud to release our new Organic Rice. Use our Organic Rice as a rice substitute in rice and beans, rice pudding, or any of your favorite dishes that call for rice, immediately making it healthier.

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Manufactured in a facility that also processes soy products. . This product is labelled to United States standards and may differ from similar products sold elsewhere in its ingredients, labeling and allergen warnings

Water, glucomannan (soluble fiber), calcium

Cooking instructions: Drain miracle rice into colander and rinse in cool water. Boil lightly for 2 minutes. Drain rice and place in a skillet over medium-high heat until dry, about 3 minutes. Add to your favorite recipe and enjoy!Refrigerate after opening. Do not freeze.

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A delicious low fat source of complex carbohydrate fiber protein and minerals. Completely vegan. Enjoy the gluten free version of an old fashioned favorite. As you would expect, they do not contain any artificial added flavors or genetically modified ingredients.


Miracle Noodle Fettuccine

We are proud to release our new Organic Fettuccine. Use our Organic Fettuccine as a fettuccine substitute in all of your recipes that involve a thicker noodles, from Asian dishes like soba noodles to a low carb fettuccine alfredo! Slashing calories and carbs has never been so delicious!!

Whip up healthy, low-carb Italian meals with Miracle Noodle Fettuccine. These may look like your typical fettuccine noodles, but they’re much better for you. They contain zero calories and less than 1 gram of carbohydrates – compare that to around 22 grams in regular fettuccine – so they’re simple to work into your specific routine. Miracle Noodles are favorites among those practicing vegan, keto, paleo and gluten-free diets, and since they’re one of the lowest calorie pasta options out there, they can also help with weight management.

Our always-popular fettuccine features a classic flat noodle shape, so it’s perfect for sopping up sauces and adding big flavor to your low-calorie fettuccine alfredo, carbonara and more. Stock up today with packs of 10, 20 or 30 Miracle Noodle Fettuccine, and be sure to take advantage of our subscribe and save option.

  • Zero calories, soy-free, gluten-free, cholesterol-free
  • Made with verified non-GMO ingredients
  • Contains less than 1 net gram of carbs per serving (only from fiber)

Miracle Noodle Ziti

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No Italian-lover’s kitchen is quite complete without ziti! What is ziti pasta, you ask? This kind of pasta is usually shaped into the form of tubes, sometimes ones that look like large macaroni. But traditional ziti is made of wheat and other grains that can weigh you down. On the other hand, our ziti substitute is made from the Konjac plant, which provides plenty of flavor and substance minus the guilt.

In fact, Miracle Noodle Ziti Shirataki Pasta contains only 5 calories per serving, not to mention 0 grams of fat, 0 grams of sugar and just 2 grams of carbs. It makes the perfect starting point for a range of Italian favorites, including baked ziti, Tuscan soup and even mac and cheese! We love ziti because it’s great at sopping up delicious sauce, so you can dress it up any way you please.

  • Soy-free, gluten-free, cholesterol-free, vegan
  • Contains no grains or GMOs
  • Less than 5 calories per serving

Miracle Noodle Super Size Rice

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This 32 oz. bag is perfect for people who can’t get enough Miracle Noodles in one sitting or want to cook for a large family.  Our original bag is 8oz so this baby is definitely family sized! 5 Bags per order. Perfect for entertaining a bunch of guests. They’ll think you slaved away in the kitchen but it’ll be our secret that it’s a breeze to prepare.

Here is a food you can Super Size and not feel guilty!

Suggested Recipe

Roasted Salsa Verde Grilled Chicken Rice Soup with Grilled Avocado



  • 2 cups chicken stock
  • 8 ounces grilled chicken thighs, cubed
  • 1/2 cup fire roasted salsa verde (spicy)
  • 1 teaspoon cumin powder
  • 1 8-ounce bag Miracle Rice – rinsed and drained
  • 2 tablespoons cooked black lentils
  • sea salt & fresh cracked black pepper


  • 1 avocado, sliced & grilled
  • 1 roma tomato, quartered & grilled
  • cilantro, chopped


Add soup ingredients to a sauce pan, bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes.

Bowl-up and serve with avocado and tomatoes.

Garnish with cilantro.


Miracle Noodle Spinach Angel Hair

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This easy to prepare variety of pasta has a hearty spinach flavor with a texture similar to al dente pasta.

Spinach Angel Hair easily absorbs the flavor of any sauce you choose and can be served either cold or hot.

The plant based fiber in the noodle called Glucomannan gives you the feeling that you are full and does not raise your glycemic index. This is why Spinach Angel Hair is diet friendly and can be enjoyed by diabetics and celiacs as an alternative to regular pasta. Spinach Angel Hair is a unique new flavor that is quickly becoming one of our best sellers.

Suggested Recipe


  • 14 ounces Miracle Noodle Spinach Angel Hair, rinsed and dry roast cooking method
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 4 garlic cloves, chopped
  • 1 serrano pepper, finely chopped
  • 1 teaspoon cumin seeds, toasted
  • 1 teaspoon fennel seeds, toasted
  • 1 pound grass-fed ground lamb
  • 1 pint cherry tomatoes, chopped
  • 1/3 cup flat leaf parsley, chopped & divided
  • 1/4 cup fresh mint, chopped
  • 1 teaspoon oregano
  • juice & zest of 1 lemon
  • 1 pint grape tomatoes, cut in quarters
  • kalamata olives, sliced in quarters
  • 1/2 cup dry red wine
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • 3-4 ounces feta cheese, crumbled


Heat olive oil In a large skillet to medium heat. Saute onion, garlic, serrano pepper, cumin and fennel for 8 minutes and onions are translucent.

Add lamb to skillet, cook for 10 minutes. Transfer tomatoes, parsley, mint, oregano, lemon juice & zest, tomatoes, olives, red wine, salt & peppier to skillet. Cover and reduce heat to low. Simmer for 35-40 minutes.

Add miracle noodles to skillet, mix well. Plate up; top with feta cheese and chopped parsley.


Miracle Noodle Garlic and Herb Fettuccine

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Garlic and Herb is the same as regular fettuccine but seasoned with garlic and mixed herbs. The natural aroma of shirataki is reduced. The flavor is light, which makes this noodle perfect for dishes that emphasize simple flavors.

We use this noodle mainly for dishes with chicken and beef, especially stir-frys.

Suggested Recipe

Black Walnut Fettuccine & Zucchini with Crispy Red Snapper


  • 1/4 cup black walnuts, coarsely chopped
  • 2 5-ounce red snapper filets, skin on
  • 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, divided
  • 2 teaspoons all purpose Greek seasoning, divided
  • 1 7-ounce package Miracle Noodle Garlic & Herb Fettuccine
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 1 small zucchini, spiralized or julienned
  • zest of 1 lemon
  • 1/4 cup aged Asiago cheese, grated
  • 1/4 cup blue cheese


  • scallion threads
  • habanero pepper (optional)
  • lemon zest


Toast walnuts in a medium nonstick skillet for 6-8 minutes over medium-low heat. Stir until fragrant and toasted. Remove from skillet and set aside.

Brush red snapper filets with olive oil. Heat 2 tablespoons olive oil in a medium skillet over medium-high heat. Season red snapper with 1 teaspoon of the Greek seasoning and cook, skin-side down, for 3-4 minutes until skin is crisp and golden brown. Turn and cook for an additional 2 minutes or until cooked through. Remove from skillet to a warm plate flesh side down.

Prepare fettuccine according to package directions.

Melt butter and remaining olive oil in medium nonstick skillet over medium-high heat; sauté garlic for 30 seconds. Add zucchini, lemon zest and Greek seasoning to skillet, sauté 3 to 4 minutes or until zucchini is tender. Transfer fettuccine to skillet and heat through. Add walnuts and cheeses, to skillet with fettuccine and gently toss. Garnish and serve immediately.

Yields: 2 servings

What Is Kosher Food?

Kosher food is any food or beverage that Jewish dietary laws allow a person to eat. It isn’t a style of cooking. Keeping kosher is much more complex than that. Rules are the foundation of kosher food.

Rooted in history and religion, each law is specific about what types of food you can and can’t eat. The laws are also strict about the way you prepare, process, and inspect food if you’re going to call it kosher.

Keeping kosher is a commitment. It governs what you eat and the way you prepare your meals and use your kitchen and dishes every day. But anyone can eat kosher food. You probably have kosher items in your pantry right now.

Are kosher foods only for Jewish people?

Not all Jewish people keep kosher, and kosher foods aren’t just for Jewish people. For example, some soft drinks are kosher, and people of all backgrounds and religions drink them.

Is kosher food easy to find?

There’s a kosher version of almost every food and drink in the world. Almost half of all foods you find in a package are kosher. Many supermarkets have kosher food sections.

Kosher Food History

Scholars believe that Jewish dietary laws may be the first food laws on record. The general principles of keeping kosher are in the Torah, part of the Jewish bible. It has commandments — called mitzvahs — to follow as ways to obey God. Keeping kosher is one of them.

The dietary laws haven’t changed from what the Torah commanded, but they’ve grown over the years to keep up with technology.

Kosher Food Categories

It starts out simple. Kosher foods fall into three categories: meat, dairy, and “pareve,” sometimes spelled “parve.”

Meat. Kosher meat comes from animals that have split hooves — like cows, sheep, and goats — and chew their cud. When these types of animals eat, partially digested food (cud) returns from the stomach for them to chew again. Pigs, for example, have split hooves, but they don’t chew their cud. So pork isn’t kosher.

Jewish dietary law governs the method of slaughter and processing and the slaughterhouse equipment. Meat isn’t kosher if the animal died naturally. Certain parts of an animal, including types of fat, nerves, and all of the blood, are never kosher.

Dairy. All dairy products, like milk, butter, yogurt, and cheese, must come from a kosher animal. All ingredients and equipment used to produce it have to be kosher, too.

Pareve. This is the category for kosher foods that aren’t meat or dairy. It covers everything from eggs and fish to fruits, vegetables, pasta, coffee, and packaged foods.

There are multiple layers of laws beneath these three. Here are just a few:

  • You can’t eat milk and meat products at the same time, put them on the same dishes, or prepare or eat them with the same utensils. You also have to wait a certain amount of time to eat milk after meat and vice versa.
  • Fish is kosher if it has both fins and scales, like salmon, bass, or trout.
  • Sea creatures that don’t have fins and scales aren’t kosher. This includes shellfish, crabs, shrimp, and lobster.
  • Only a few cheeses are kosher. That’s because they include an enzyme called rennet that comes from the stomachs of cows. Kosher cheese can’t have animal-based rennet.

Plant-based foods

Plant-based foods are pareve, but they have their own set of kosher guidelines:

Bread and grains. Grains used to bake bread are kosher, but bread is only kosher if it’s certified kosher. This is to make sure the baking process didn’t add non-kosher ingredients and the equipment used for baking wasn’t greased with fats or oils from animals. 

Fruits and vegetables. Fresh produce is pareve, but you have to check it for insects before eating because they aren’t kosher. If you find any, you can wash them off. Canned or frozen produce isn’t kosher if it was processed using non-kosher equipment or ingredients. 

Nuts seeds, and oils. Nuts and seeds are kosher in their natural form. But if they’ve been processed, they have to be certified kosher. Oils have to come from ingredients that were kosher in the first place, then be certified kosher to ensure they didn’t come in contact with non-kosher ingredients when they were processed.

Wine. In order to be kosher, wine must be prepared under strict rules and certified by an Orthodox rabbi.

Kosher food restrictions

Extra restrictions apply during the Jewish holiday of Passover. In addition to all the other kosher guidelines, Jewish people don’t eat anything with grain that has risen or fermented. These forbidden foods are called “chametz.”

  • Foods that aren’t kosher for Passover include breads, pastas, beers, liquors, and more.
  • The only grain product that may be kosher for Passover is matzah, and it must be certified.
  • Processed foods, including matzah, must have a label saying they are kosher for Passover. Look for a “P” next to the seal that certifies it’s kosher.
  • Kosher meat, fish, and chicken and fresh produce are kosher for Passover as long as they didn’t come into contact with chametz.
  • Observant Jewish people scour their kitchens, dishes, pots, pans, and utensils to make sure they have no trace of chametz. 

Kosher Food Certification

Kosher certifications are on the packaging of any product considered kosher:

  • A “K” means kosher certified. If the “K” is in a circle, it means the company OK Kosher Certification approved the product as kosher.
  • When there’s a “D” after the “K,” it means the product has dairy or that processing equipment that handles this food also handles dairy. The rules for dairy products apply when you eat that item. For example, you can’t eat it with meat.
  • The word “pareve” or “parve” after the kosher symbol means it’s neutral — not dairy or meat, but still kosher. A “U” in a circle means the same thing.
  • A “P” means the product is kosher for the Jewish holiday Passover, which has its own dietary laws.

Are There Any Health Benefits to Keeping Kosher?

Most Jewish people who keep kosher do so because the Torah says to, not for health reasons. But kosher symbols on products mean that each ingredient, even food additives, meets strict regulations. It’s especially helpful if you have allergies to certain foods like dairy products.

You might also appreciate kosher food labels if you are vegetarian or vegan. Kosher food packaging must note when the food shared equipment with meat or dairy.

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