Nutritional Analysis
    • Good points
    • Low in sugar
    • High in niacin
    • High in phosphorus
    • Very high in selenium
    • High in vitamin B6
Nutrition Facts
  • Serving Size 241 g
  • Amount Per Serving
    • Calories 333¬†Calories from Fat 128
    • ¬†%Daily Value*
    • Total Fat ¬† 14.2 g22%
    • Saturated Fat ¬† 4.0g20%
    • Trans Fat ¬† 0.0g
    • Cholesterol ¬†262mg87%
    • Sodium ¬†219mg9%
    • Potassium ¬†565mg16%
    • Total Carbohydrates ¬†3.1g1%
    • Dietary Fiber ¬† 1.2g5%
    • Sugars ¬† 1.4g
    • Protein 45.8g
    • Vitamin A 11% ¬†Vitamin C 5%
    • Calcium 7%¬†Iron 15%
    • Nutrition Grade B¬†

* Based on a 2000 calorie diet.


  • 1 Clear Inner Packet (2 servings) Miracle Noodle Dry Kanten Pasta
  • 1/2 Chicken Breast Fillet (cooked) (Bell & Evans Grilled--or use drained and rinsed Canned Tuna or Chicken)
  • 1 Small (44g) Hard-Boiled Egg
  • 2 oz. (4 Tbs.) Diced Celery
  • 1 oz. (28g) Kosher Dill Pickle (B&G Sandwich Topper--Kosher Dill Pickles)
  • 1 Tbs (0.5g) Diced Scallions
  • 1/8 Tsp Black Pepper
  • 1/4 Tsp Garlic Powder
  • 2 Tbs Low-Fat Mayonnaise Dressing (Hellmann's)
  • 3-cup round plastic container with lid (Ziploc)


  1. Drop 1 Clear Inner Packet (2 Servings) Miracle Noodle Dry Kanten Pasta into very hot water.
  2. Stir with fork. Let sit. Stir again. Drain. Dry on Paper Towels. Put dried Kanten Pasta into 3-cup container.
  3. Microwave Chicken Breast Fillet (or use Canned Tuna or Canned Chicken). Add to container.
  4. Chop up 1 small hard-boiled egg. Add to container.
  5. Dice: Celery, Pickle, and Scallions. Add to container.
  6. Add in Black Pepper and Garlic Powder.
  7. Mix everything up. Add Low-Fat Mayonnaise Dressing.
  8. Mix again. Put lid on container.To allow flavors to meld: Refrigerate overnight, and enjoy the next day.
  9. Skip Pickle to lower sodium and/or use less mayonnaise-dressing.

Prep Time:

  1. I use pre-cooked chicken and pre-hard-boiled eggs, and sometimes pre-washed and diced celery, so my prep time is about 15 to 20 minutes.
  2. Prep Time would, of course, go up if you cook your own chicken and hard-boil your own eggs, and wash and chop your own celery.
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