Miracle Noodle is a company putting out Miracle Rice. They also make calorie free noodles. I know, I know, stop the madness! Calorie Free, Carb Free, Gluten Free, my inner fat girl REJOICED. This may be old news to some of you, but it was really new news to me. Like sending Monkeys to colonize Mars new news to me.
I served up the rice last night for dinner, there was enough in the bag for a single serving for me. My husband was not disappointed, he still wants real rice. I served the rice with left over crock pot pork roast I made Super Bowl Sunday. I picked up this pork roast from Sam's Wholesale, 180 calories for 4oz. This is a go to meal for me because it is so quick and easy to prepare. Simply put the roast in the crock pot with chopped onion and bell pepper fill halfway with water and go about your business all day. I cook mine on low for 8-10 hours or on high for 5-6.
The rice takes on the flavor of the food it surrounds, much in way tofu takes on the flavors of foods it's combined with. I did taste the rice on it's own and it doesn't really have much of a flavor. You shouldn't buy this product and expect to be eating rice, you should expect a rice substitute, and this product is definitely n adequate carb substitute. The only down side is the rice is a little on the more expensive side at around three dollars a serving. I'll be the only one at my house eating miracle rice as it's pointless to follow up a miracle rice meal with handfuls of potato chips, sorry hunny!
I've fallen back in love with my Tabata Timer, thanks to this post from Skinny Meg at Miss Madison's Charmed Life. I'll do a post tomorrow detailing one of those work outs!
Have you ever tried Miracle Rice or Noodles? What's your favorite way to serve them up skinny style?!
Hope you are all having a rocking week! We're already half way to there :)