Glass noodles or cellophane noodles are used in soups, salads, stir-fried dishes and spring rolls. They have a major food component of the culinary scene in Asia. What makes them so popular is that they are made with mung bean starch, tapioca starch, potato starch or green pea starch. Flour is not the typical choice for making glass noodles. As glass noodles are healthier than noodles or rice, people love to use it as a substitute to calorie-loaded carbs. Here, we share 10 recipes with you that make use of glass noodles. Check them out —
Here’s a recipe that comes with an unforgettable combination. Do try this recipe!
This is a delicious Chinese recipe, and for those who love quick meals, this recipe is a must.
This dish is quite popular in Korean food culture. It is a nice blend of some sweet and savoury flavours. Looks delicious and vibrant!
You can try this recipe when you want a break from work and are looking for a delicious and easy meal with flavours that linger in the mouth even after the meal is gone.
Salmon is a staple in so many kitchens now. So do consider trying this lip-smacking recipe for your lunch or dinner.