All Things Noodles: The Best Easy-To-Make Noodles Across Asia
Real talk: East Asians take their noodles seriously. From wheat, rice, potato, to rolled, stretched, extruded, pulled, stir-fried, or boiled, you can do just about anything with noodles. We’re taking you on a virtual food-trip across Asia so you can find the perfect brand of noodles for your dream Asian noodle dish!
Chinese Noodles: Annie’s Chinese Kung Pao Noodle Bowl - Pack of 6
The origins of noodles might be disputed but the history of Chinese noodles dates back to as early as 25C, which makes it among the earliest producers of the noodles across the globe. In the age of instant takeout, Annie Chun’s Kung Pao Noodle Bowl is another convenient product that you can chow down as soon as the midnight cravings kick in. Ready to eat after 2 minutes in the microwave, indulge your taste buds with some bouncy Hokkien wheat noodles under a hot and tangy Kung Pao sauce and bok choy and carrots. It might be an instant dish but it’s as flavorful and filling as your neighborhood’s Chinese restaurant’s Kung Pao noodles!
Korean Noodles: Sempio Sweet Potato Glass Noodles - 1lb.
Japchae means “mixed vegetables” as this popular Korean side-dish was originally noodle-less. It was a staple in Korean royal court cuisine but when sweet potato noodles or dangmyeon was introduced in Korea and China during the 20th century, it became a primary ingredient for japchae. Sempio’s Dangmyeon Noodles are easy-to-prepare, gluten-free, all-natural potato starch noodles that elevate the texture of your mixed vegetables. Soak these stringy transparent noodles for 20 minutes, then bring it to a boil for 7 minutes. Drain it then saute it with soy sauce, shrimp, squid, bean sprouts, meat, mushrooms, and other vegetables depending on your liking. Just like that, you can eat like Korean royalty from your homes!
Japanese Noodles: Annie Chun's Udon Soup Bowl - Case Of 6
Udon is a type of thick wheat flour noodles that’s often served with mild broths made with dashi, soy sauce, and mirin. Annie Chun’s Udon Soup Bowl makes it incredibly easy for you to dig in some Japanese comfort food. This instant Asian noodle bowl contains thick wheat noodles for that well-loved bouncy udon mouthfeel, along with a flavorful broth that’s seasoned with soy sauce, salted sake, shiitake mushrooms extract, and rice vinegar. All it takes is 2 minutes in the microwave and you’re all set!
Vietnamese Noodles: Annie Chun’s Maifun Rice Noodles - Case of 6
Pho is Vietnam cuisine’s pride. Introduced in the 20th century in northern Vietnam, this famous Vietnamese soul food is made from a rich broth, rice noodles, herbs, and meat. One sip of your pho’s broth and you can already feel the warmth radiating happiness across your body. With Annie Chun Maifun Rice Noodles, you can cook these rice noodles in the most flavorful broth (we recommend beef!) in the market, add some scallions, cilantro, bean sprouts, bits of chili pepper, and top it off with beef strips. You’ll walk away feeling healthy, light, and refreshed!
Thai Noodles: Annie Chun’s Pad Thai Brown Rice Noodles - Case of 6
Don’t miss out on some of Thailand’s most talked about street food. Pad thai, compared to many other noodle dishes with a longstanding history, was created during the 1930s as part of Thailand’s nation-building efforts. With Annie Chun’s Pad Thai Brown Rice Noodles, you already have a great base for your irresistible pad thai. Now get your wok ready and sautee your cooked rice noodles, shrimp, chicken, beef or tofu, peanuts, a scrambled egg, and bean sprouts. Top it with some pad thai sauce made of fish sauce, vinegar, sugar, and tamarind paste for that well-balanced sweet, savory, and tangy flavors that Thai cuisine is known for!