This Keto fettuccini Alfredo with Shirataki Noodles Recipe is an easy, no fuss dish to make that is low-carb and full of flavor. This is a perfect savory dish for the holidays that is versatile and can be easily altered to suit various occasions and palates. This recipe is a win for me because I love pasta and I love finding ways to enjoy it without overloading on carbs.
Where to buy shirataki noodles?
Shirataki noodles can be purchased at many major grocery stores and health food stores including Whole Foods, Sprouts, Berkeley Bowl (for my Bay Area folks) as well as online on Amazon.com, Thirve Market and Others. Although there are many brands to choose from, one of my favorites is Miracle Noodles. Miracle Noodles typically makes the fettuccini Shirataki noodles as well. If you can’t get ahold of fettuccini shirataki noodles this recipes works just as well with the angel hair and spaghetti shirataki noodles.
How to prepare shirataki noodles?
Preparing shirataki noodles for cooking is simple! Please follow this link for my step-by-step instructions on how to prepare shirataki noodles for this recipe.
Are Shirataki noodles gluten-free?
Yes, shirataki noodles are gluten-free as they are made from the Japanese yam. Shirataki noodles are almost zero calories and zero carbs!
Can this recipe be made vegan?
Yes, this keto Fettuccini Alfredo with shirataki noodles recipe can be made vegan by substituting additional olive oil for the butter, full-fat coconut milk for the heavy cream and swapping out the Parmesan cheese with a tasty vegan cheese such as smoked Gouda-style vegan cheese by Daiya.
Can protein be added to this recipe?
Protein is a delicious addition to this recipe. This dish fares well with smoked salmon, shredded chicken breast, or, my favorite sliced Blackened Ribeye Steak.
16 thoughts on “Keto Fettuccini Alfredo with Shirataki Noodles”
I love how you transform classic recipes into ones that include those with dietary restrictions. I appreciate that your recipes don’t sacrifice flavor in doing so, either!
Thanks so much Marta!
I’ve been dying to try shirataki noodles! This is a perfect recipe for them!
Thank you! Let me know what you think!
You have completely sold me! I’m purchasing these noodles ASAP. Can’t wait to test the recipe.
Awesome! I’d love your feedback!
I didn’t even know these noodles came in fettuccine style. Thanks for sharing!
I love pasta and would love to try this recipe since it is healthy!!
Fantastic! Try it and please let me know what you think!
I recently gave Miracle Noodles a try and they are a nice low carb pasta substitute. Will have to try with this sauce soon, looks delicious!
This alfredo dish looks so good! I can’t believe that it’s keto! wow!
Excellent! Doubled the recipe. We all loved it. I did make a few changes, ie I added a tsp of lemon zest to the sauce, and added a 1/2-cup peas and 3 strips of cooked, crumbled turkey bacon in with the noodles. The onion is a must in my book, and my family did not like the parsley; we agreed that minced basil would be better. I used Well Lean Shirataki fettucine noodles, which don’t have the fishy smell or chewiness of most brands. Couldn’t tell them apart from regular noodles with the sauce on them. Great recipe! Add the bacon and peas for authenticity and flavor.
Kathy! Wow! Your additions sound fantastic! I love lemon zest in pasta! I will also check out the Well Lean brand! Thanks so much for your comment!
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Hi Irys! I hope you are enjoying all the recipes on my blog. Happy cooking!