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  • 백설제일제면소 메밀소바

    CJ Memil Soba Noodles

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  • 몬 뉴월남쌈 (원형 18cm)

    These flat sheets are made from a similar rice flour dough, which is pressed between bamboo mats to get flattened. The mats leave a distinct basket weave impression on the paper. When dipped in lukewarm water to rehydrate, they turn soft, sticky, and almost clear. They dry in seconds, developing a tacky, pliable skin that adheres well to itself. How they’re used: Rehydrated circular sheets are used to wrap Vietnamese summer rolls. Square and triangular sheets are often wrapped around meat for grilling.

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    태국 녹두 당면

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  • 청정원 오푸드 유기농 소면

    Sōmen are usually served cold with a light flavored dipping sauce or tsuyu. The tsuyu is usually a katsuobushi-based sauce that can be flavored with Japanese bunching onion, ginger, or myoga. In the summer, sōmen chilled with ice is a popular meal to help stay cool.

    Sōmen served in hot soup is usually called nyūmen and eaten in the winter, much as soba or udon are.

    Some restaurants offer nagashi-sōmen (流しそうめん flowing noodles) in the summer. The noodles are placed in a long flume of bamboo across the length of the restaurant. The flume carries clear, ice-cold water. As the sōmen pass by, diners pluck them out with their chopsticks[3] and dip them in tsuyu. Catching the noodles requires a fair amount of dexterity, but the noodles that are not caught by the time they get to the end usually are not eaten, so diners are pressured to catch as much as they can. A few luxury establishments put their sōmen in real streams so that diners can enjoy their meal in a beautiful garden setting. Machines have been designed to simulate this experience at home.[citation needed]

    In Korean cuisine, somyeon is used in hot and cold noodles soups such as janchi-guksu (banquet noodles) and kong-guksu (noodles in cold soybean soup), as well as soupless noodle dishes such as bibim-guksu (mixed noodles). It is often served with spicy anju (food that accompanies alcoholic drink) such as golbaengi-muchim (moon snail salad).

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    구포국수 중면

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    옛날국수 칼국수

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  • 라이스 스틱 쌀국수 10mm

    What are rice sticks used for?
    The thin rice stick noodles are used for spring rolls, soups and salads. The medium noodle is the most popular and is used for stir-fries, soups, salads and as a bed for fish or meat to be served on. Wide rice stick noodles are used in stir-fries, soup and braised dishes.

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  • 청수물냉면

    One of the Korea’s most popular summer dishes, naeng-myun (literally translated as cold noodles” was traditionally eaten during the winter. Cold noodle soup is usually made with chilled beef-based broth. either sliced beef or raw fish, hard boiled eggs and strips of pears, cucumbers and radish kimchi are served on top. Cook Note Garnish the naengmyeon with boiled egg, sliced pear, and sliced cucumber to taste.

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