Miracle Noodles

As always, traveling with food allergies can be a pain in the rear! That's why it is always important to come prepared, but when your hostess is insisting you bring nothing...eh, it makes life a little, well, interesting.

I knew better than to come with absolutely nothing, so I brought meal "additions" - so I wasn't necessarily bringing anything...but then I still had my basis covered.

My hostess was rather excited because she had found these "miracle noodles" that are gluten free.

I found some spinach and salad fixings within her fridge - so I made a basic salad with lemon dressing and then I made these noodles with roasted red pepper sauce that I brought with me.

I wasn't sure what to expect because when you first open the noodles they have an off smell - almost like a fish-like smell. But after rinsing them and boiling them for about a minute, the smell goes away and the noodles re virtually taste-less. So it is a darn good thing I brought my sauce!

The noodles are low is calories and have a pretty decent texture. They were super simple to make and a great convenient product!

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