Rice Stick Noodles Easy, nutritious, quick to cook, and yummy, these rice noodles give that unforgettable Thai flavor to any event. We only use high-quality rice and traditional methods Each batch is steam cooked before being slowly dried. The result is a 100 100% Rice Stick Noodles, which is completely natural, without gluten, wheat cholesterol, no egg and fat free. Features: simple-to-cook, versatile Rice Stick Noodles to make your favorite soups and dishes, cooked in steam and never fried for an easy-to-make Thai as a delicious addition to your meal natural, Rice Stick Noodles low-fat eggs and cholesterol free to ensure a healthy diet, 100 pure rice noodles that are gluten-free and dairy-free make it easy to create Thai dishes or mix with sauces. Ingredients rice flour, water. Instructions for a ready-to-eat dish: in a medium saucepan prepare the water up to the point of boiling. Remove the heat and then immerse the noodles in boiling water. Let sit for between 8 and 10 minutes, making sure to stir frequently until the noodles are soft and soft. Drain well, then serve with your preferred pasta sauce or dressing Thai curry or even add it to your favorite soup right before serving.
Rice Stick Noodles
Rice stick noodles are thin, translucent noodles made from rice flour and water. They are commonly used in Asian cuisine, particularly in dishes such as pad thai and pho. They can be served as a main dish or a side dish, and can be stir-fried, boiled, or deep-fried. They are gluten-free and are a good option for those following a gluten-free diet.
Rice stick noodles are a staple in many Southeast Asian countries, such as Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos. They are also used in Chinese and Malaysian cuisine. They are often sold in dried form and need to be soaked in water before cooking. The soaking time will vary depending on the thickness of the noodles. Once soaked, they can be stir-fried with vegetables and meat or seafood for a quick and easy meal, or added to soups like pho or laksa. They can also be served cold in salads such as bun cha, or deep-fried for a crispy texture in dishes like pad thai.
Some popular dishes that use rice stick noodles include
Pad Thai (Thailand)
Bun Cha (Vietnam)
Mee Goreng (Malaysia)
Kuay Teow (Thailand)
Rice stick noodles can be found in most Asian grocery stores, and some health food stores may carry them as well. Some varieties of rice stick noodles are also available in precooked, frozen form which can be reheated before serving.
It is also worth noting that rice stick noodles can be made in different variations, like with the addition of tapioca starch, mung bean starch to mention a few, which can change the texture, thickness and the final color of the noodle.