RICE NOODLES

Thai Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

For an exotic and rich noodle soup, give this Thai-inspired dish a try. The creamy coconut milk, infused with red curry paste, is a delicious base for the chicken and noodles.
For an exotic and rich noodle soup, give this Thai-inspired dish a try. The creamy coconut milk, infused with red curry paste, is a delicious base for the chicken and noodles. ...

An Easy Guide to Asian Noodles

Know your noodles! Here's the lowdown on the most common noodle types in the supermarket aisles.
Don’t be overwhelmed by the variety at your supermarket’s Asian aisle. Here's a quick guide on the most common types of noodles:1 Egg noodlesThis noodle variety is made of wheat-flour dough enriched with eggs. You can spot egg noodles easily because they ...

WATCH: How to Make Misua Soup

This meatball-and-noodle Pinoy soup is always a comforting dish!
This meatball-and-noodle Pinoy soup is always a comforting dish! It's made with misua or fine rice noodles, pork meatballs, and vegetables. Make this soup your own by adding grated carrots for texture and garnish it with leeks.For the meatballs:1/2 kilogram ground pork1 egg1 ...

Rice Noodles with Seared Tuna Recipe

Have some rice noodles with seared tuna for a quick and easy lunch.
Tuna sashimi is covered in sesame seed and seared to go along with some rice noodles and vegetables. This recipe only takes 30 minutes to make and is perfect for a light lunch. ...

Singapore Rice Noodles Recipe

This is Singapore's version of the pancit bihon.
This rice noodles dish is incredibly flavorful! It's bihon as we know it, with shrimps and asado pork tossed in, but flavored with curry. It's Singapore's version of our merienda favorite.  ...

WATCH: This Saucy Pancit Luglug Is Delicious + Satisfying

A homemade shrimp broth is transformed into a super appetizing sauce that tops thick rice noodles.
The bright and flavorful sauce of this pancit is made even more flavorful by the flavor extracted from the shrimp shells and heads to form the base of the broth. It's a fantastic way to maximize your ingredients for maximum flavor in your dish. How did we do it? ...
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