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Old 04-17-2007, 03:27 PM   #1
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ISO Recipes using Cellophane Noodles

Does anyone have any good recipes using cellophane noodles?

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Old 04-17-2007, 03:53 PM   #2
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I will add them to my summer rolls - or if I'm tired of rolling summer rolls I'll just put a pile of noodles in a bowl, all the stuff I have been putting in the roll (usually cucumber sticks, carrot sticks, shrimp, marinated flank steak, red pepper), top with fresh cilantro, squeeze of lime, and some of the dipping sauce I use, which is usually a ponzu-type sauce.
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Old 04-17-2007, 04:24 PM   #3
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I will add them to my summer rolls - or if I'm tired of rolling summer rolls I'll just put a pile of noodles in a bowl, all the stuff I have been putting in the roll (usually cucumber sticks, carrot sticks, shrimp, marinated flank steak, red pepper), top with fresh cilantro, squeeze of lime, and some of the dipping sauce I use, which is usually a ponzu-type sauce.
Do you soak them or boil them? Years ago I had a salad made with cellophane noodles, thinly sliced carrots, scallions, and a sweet dressing that had soy sauce as a base.
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Soak in boiling hot water for about 15 minutes. I have also just kept them at a rolling boil - checking them - removing when done.
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Old 04-20-2007, 04:06 AM   #5
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Boil pieces of chicken in a lot of water and add shitake mushroom dried wood mushrooms and shredded cabbages and carrots. season weith salt and black pepper. drop the cellophane noodles when cooked serve in bowls with cho green onions.Thiis is a Pilipino snack favorite called sotanghon may sabaw.
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Boil pieces of chicken in a lot of water and add shitake mushroom dried wood mushrooms and shredded cabbages and carrots. season weith salt and black pepper. drop the cellophane noodles when cooked serve in bowls with cho green onions.Thiis is a Pilipino snack favorite called sotanghon may sabaw.
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yum, some really good ideas using the little cellophane noodles up!!
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