Where To Buy Trident Protein Noodles?

Water, Wild Alaska Pollock, egg whites, tapioca starch, cane sugar, sea salt, potato starch, and citric acid are the eight natural ingredients that give Protein Noodles their power. Our dedication to using premium, all-natural ingredients (that you can pronounce) helps to make our Protein Noodles healthy. Additionally, Wild Alaska Pollock, a high-protein, low-calorie, and fat-free food source, is one of the primary ingredients. Did we mention that it’s the planet’s most resilient species?

Protein Noodles come fully-cooked. You can add them directly to your bowl or combine them with your preferred sauces and seasonings if you’re adding them to a cold dish rather than rinsing them first. We advise using the following techniques to incorporate Protein Noodles into a hot dish:

THAW frozen package overnight in refrigerator at 32-38°F. Quick Thaw Instructions: Thaw unopened package under cold running water. Keep chilled after opening the package, and eat within three to five days. Refreezing is not recommended. Open the package and pour the noodles into the bowl; rinsing is not necessary. To give a cold salad a fresh spin, combine with your favorite sauce or dressing and add vegetables. ENJOY HOT! Remove noodles from package. Using a flat grill or a skillet over medium-high heat, add 1 teaspoon water or oil and 4 ounces of protein noodles. Cook for 2 minutes, or until heated through, stirring occasionally. Soups, stews, and chowders: Just add thawed noodles to your favorite soup, stew, or chowder; warm through until heated through and voilà! Microwave: Put 4 oz of Protein Noodles in a microwave-safe bowl; cover, and heat on high for 1 minute. Add your favorite vegetables, seasonings, or sauces to create your own memorable noodle entrée. Allow to sit for 1 minute covered. Add your favorite sauce and vegetables.

• Versatile. Use them in favorite dishes, revise tried-and-true ones, or experiment with something brand-new. • Flavor-neutral. Despite the fact that our noodles are made with fish, they don’t taste “fishy” and go well with a variety of foods. • Ideal for both hot and cold dishes. Create satisfying hot or cold entrees, appetizers and sides. They are also fully cooked, prepared, and flash-frozen to maintain freshness. Simply thaw, prepare and serve. For recipe inspiration, visit tridentseafoods. com/10gproteinnoodles.


What is Pollock Noodles?

The eight natural ingredients that make up Protein-Powered & Sustainable Protein Noodles are Wild Alaska Pollock, water, egg whites, tapioca starch, cane sugar, sea salt, potato starch, and citric acid.

How do you cook frozen fish protein noodles?

Heat 10g Protein Noodles and 1 tsp. a skillet full of water over medium/medium-high heat for two minutes, or until thoroughly heated. 10g of thawed Protein Noodles should be heated thoroughly for 45 seconds in boiling water. Drain and serve.

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