We ♥️ Noodles

We use a variety of different noodles in our recipes ranging from wheat, rice or egg and also a variety of shapes and sizes. Noodles are the best when dressed up with flavorful ingredients that the noodles can soak up. To give you an idea of the noodles’ potential, here are three recipes using three different types of noodles.

Udon Noodles

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Udon noodles are thick wheat flour noodles used mostly in Japanese cuisine. Often served in hot soup, our Japanese Pork and Udon Noodles is an prime example of how to utilize udon noodles in your kitchen.

Egg Noodles 

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As you can probably guess, egg noodles contain more eggs than traditional pasta and are also higher in protein. Egg noodles should taste like traditional pasta, but have a richer flavor from the more eggs used in these noodles. Interested? Try our German Currywurst and Egg Noodles recipe.

Glass Noodles 

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Glass noodles, also known as cellophane noodles, are transparent noodles made from starch and water. They are often used in soups, spring rolls or stir fried dishes like our Glass Noodles with Red and Yellow Peppers

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