cellophane noodle


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cellophane noodle

n.
A thin transparent noodle that is made from the mung bean or other starchy plants but without wheat or eggs. Also called glass noodle.
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The English band's hit track 'Everything In Its Right Place' has been translated into a dish of pan-seared diver scallop, yuzu fluid gel, fried cellophane noodle, lemongrass ponzu, chili oil, with Pfalz Riesling.
A favorite, especially in the summer, is dangmyeon, Korean sweet potato noodles, aka glass noodles, aka cellophane noodles.
Also known as bean thread or cellophane noodles, these thin strands, made from bean starch, cook in minutes right in the hot pot and turn translucent.
From the mains, we sampled the Japchae - gluten-free Korean wok-tossed cellophane noodles. It has a stickiness with a dense dose of peanut-y flavour.
Mix cooked cellophane noodles, shredded napa cabbage, thinly sliced cucumber, red bell pepper and scallions, shredded carrot, chopped basil and mint, and slices of roasted pork, your leftovers or from the deli.
It's closer to rice or cellophane noodles than to semolina.
Steaming white rice, black beans, scallion pancakes, marinated and roasted tofu, cellophane noodles with kale, hot soup with seaweed and chunks of butternut squash, and a vast array of vegetables.
Another popular dish--and a real bargain at SI.99--is the Korean Mando, or big dumplings, softball-size pillowy mounds of steamed dough stuffed with a blend of minced pork tofu, mushrooms, cellophane noodles and cabbage.
Menu includes Thai-Style Tomato Soup With Shrimp and Cellophane Noodles; Dungeness Crab, Mango and Celery Root Salad; Pan-Fried Fresh Trout Agrodolce; and Alaskan Halibut in a Spicy Coconut Broth.
Used by many hotels and restaurants, the company's fresh mushrooms are sold through local retailers, with dried varieties also available online at www.maesymush.co.uk SPRING ROLLS WITH COCKLES Ingredients (serves 4) 50g/2oz thin cellophane noodles 25g/1oz Maesyffin organic shiitake mushrooms 100g/4oz cooked cockles from the Bury Inlet 2 shallots, chopped 2.5cm/1in fresh ginger 1 garlic clove, crushed 1/2 tbsp soy sauce 6 large spring roll wraps 1tbsp flour mixed to a paste with water Vegetable oil for frying Method 1.
We kept things light with a seafood and vegetable theme, starting with a selection of delectable oysters, followed by daikon rice cakes with shiitake mushrooms, wood oven roasted manila clams with Thai basil, crispy pork belly and fresh chilies, cellophane noodles with fresh Dungeness crab and pan-seared day boat scallops with spinach and spicy pineapple-coconut sauce.
DINNER Stir-fry of 50g (2oz) prawns or chicken with unlimited mange tout, red pepper and onion and a pinch of chilli, served on a bed of 50g (2oz) egg noodles or glass noodles (also known as bean thread or cellophane noodles).