Bring water to a boil, then add the noodles and cook according to the package directions. I think they just have to boil for about 2 minutes. The noodles are somewhat chewy.
I had on hand Sun Dried tomatoes in oil which are good in anything you cook. Chop at least 1 cup of the tomatoes and add some of the oil. Take two cloves of garlic and mince or chop finely. That is all you need. I guarantee you will not smell the original fishy smell.
Cook the sun dried tomatoes and the garlic together for a few seconds. Add the drained Shirataki noodles and combine well.
Season with salt, pepper and add Parmesan Cheese.
Shirataki noodles are an alternative to cooking regular spaghetti noodles. They claim to be guilt free so really just good if you are trying to eat less carbohydrates that cause weight gain. Next time I will try the green Shirataki noodles. I bet they would be delicious with some fresh spinach and garlic.
This small bag will yield two small servings.