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 How do I fry cellophane noodles?

Answer Prepare the WokFill a wok, skillet or deep fryer with 3 inches of oil. Heat the oil to 375 degrees F.Cut NoodlesCut or break your cellophane noodles into 3- or 4-inch lengths, according to the Reci... Read More »
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How to Prepare Cellophane Noodles?

Cellophane noodles are also known as fensi in China, bun in Vietnam and harusame in Japan. They are also known as transparent noodles, glass noodles, or bean vermicelli noodles. They're very fine n... Read More »
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What are cellophane noodles made of?

Cellophane noodles are made of mung beans and are common ingredients in Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and other Southeast Asian cuisines, sprinkled on top of soup, desserts and stir fries. Other names ... Read More »
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How do I make "fresh" home-made ramen noodles (NOT INSTANT NOODLES)?

There is the basic noodle recipie I use. This is also good as spegetti or any posta shape.1 Egg1/3 Cup of flower, I think, it been a while.Water as needed.This makes one serving. Mixing in a food p... Read More »
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Do you think Ramen Noodles can be compared with noodles you see at Chinese restaurants?

Ramen is Japanese noodles not Chinese noodles. Ramen is thicker and Chinese Min is thinner. Basic noodle making ingredients are probably similar but each culture has their own variations, for insta... Read More »
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