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Types of Noodles List

Chinese Egg Noodles
Chinese Egg Noodles

This is a list of notable noodles. Noodles are a type of staple food made from some type of unleavened dough which is rolled flat and cut into one of a variety of shapes. While long, thin strips may be the most common, many varieties of noodles are cut into waves, helices, tubes, strings, or shells, or folded over, or cut into other shapes.

Ramen
Ramen

What is a list about ramen without our old friend, instant Top Ramen? For many, these noodles (in the form of Justin Timberlake’s *NSYNC-era hair) were their first adventure into the wild world of ramen noodles. Although it may not be considered as “genuine” to ramen snobs, instant ramen is a true throwback to those days where using the dorm microwave to warm instant noodles was the height of gourmet.

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Rice Noodles
Rice Noodles

Mí fěn, Shāhé fěn, Mi xian, ... Rice noodles, or simply rice noodle, are noodles that are made from rice. Their principal ingredients are rice flour and water.

Rice Vermicelli
Rice Vermicelli

Mont Di is rice vermicelli served with clear fish soup or as salad with fish flakes. Philippines. Bihon (aka bijon) is the type usually associated with the word "Pancit", very thin rice noodles. Taiwan. Taiwanese fried rice vermicelli is the dry, stir-fried local style (particularly known in the Hsinchu region).

Soba
Soba

Like many Japanese noodles, soba noodles are often served drained and chilled in the summer, and hot in the winter with a soy-based dashi broth. Extra toppings can be added to both hot and cold soba. Toppings are chosen to reflect the seasons and to balance with other ingredients.

Somen
Somen

The noodles are usually served cold. The noodles' diameter is the chief distinction between sōmen and the thicker wheat noodles hiyamugi and Japanese wheat noodles udon. Sōmen noodles are stretched when made, as are some types of udon noodles.

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Udon
Udon

Udon - Chewy and soft, these thick wheat noodles are best when you can find them fresh. Dried udon is still good, but the texture is more dense. Udon has a neutral flavor, so they make a good choice for strongly-flavored dishes.

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