- Dry noodles made from rice flour
- Perfect for use in stir fries or any of your other favorite recipes
- Cooks in just 5 minutes
- Fat free, gluten free, vegan
- No preservatives
“They’re made right here in the U.S. from American white rice flour” but when I got them today it said “MADE IN THAILAND” Are you kidding me?
Yummy rice noodles
– Yummy thin rice noodle
– Takes only a few minutes to cook in boiling water
– Denser than the see through rice noodle so good with stir fries or even gluten free Italian dishes
– I think all rice noodles come this way but not sure…There are 4 servings in 1 package and the noodles are so wrapped together that you have to make a mess pulling apart the portion you will use. My dog loves this as he munches up all the little noodles bit that break apart to the floor. To make this less annoying…
1)Put a large tupperware dish in your sink that will fit the remaining dry noodles and the pot you will cook them in next to your sink
2)Pull the whole clump of noodles out of the package over the sink and place in dish
3)Tear out the portion you want and place it in your pot then cook as usual
This greatly cuts down the mess of noodles all over the counter, floor, stove top. My pup isn’t quite as happy with the results but I am 🙂
So I fired them an email and asked if that product was GMO.
I let you guess absolutely no response…that says a lot to me!
If you have any ties with that company abstain to post comments as it becomes routine
that employees are sent to post idiotic comments.
Maybe the company PR would like to make a statement here?
I’ll be more than glad to hear that this product has absolutely no genetically modified organisms
For the ones who do not know what GMO is
here is a quick definition
GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organisms, which refers to any food product that has been altered at the gene level (also described as “genetically engineered” GE or “genetically manipulated” (GM)).
Very Fine Noodles
They are YUMMY! But, they are extremely easy to overcook. A quick dip in hot water is ALL that they need – otherwise you will end up with a mushy mess. If they will be used in a sauce, dip in hot water for a minute and then into the sauce they go – quick stir, stir, and then you are done. Don’t overcook.
the best part of a super simple chicken noodle soup
Just make sure to add lots and lots of noodles… Yummmmmm!