Fresh Rice Noodles

April 19, 2010

I should be concentrating on my day job as an Architect! But I think I spent way too much time in the kitchen or thinking about food and cooking! But since started this food blog almost 6 months ago, I have learnt so many different things about food, cooking techniques and made a lot of new food-loving-friends. I am enjoying every moment of it! So I will be continue doing it….

Following yesterday failed attempt of rice noodle making, today, I made some not-so-successful-rice-noodles! The process of making these noodles was not very complicated, but time consuming. It is a great fun and satisfying to make thing first time!

For the noodles, mix 115g of rice flour to 300ml of water. Combine well and mix in 15ml of oil and pinch of salt (to taste) and set aside for 15 minutes.

To steam the rice flour mixture: Bring to boil a pan with water. Grease a baking tray with oil. Depending on the size of the baking tray, pour a thin layer of the mixture to the tray and steam for 5 min or until the mixture of cooked. Remove the tray from the heat, and brush some oil over the cooked rice “pan cake” and pour another layer of the flour mixture on top and cook for another 5 minutes. Repeat the process with the rest of the rice flour mixture.

Cook for further 10 min after pour in the last layer of the flour mixture. Once cooked, remove the tray from the heat, and set aside to cool down.

Try to pull each layers of the “pan cake” out and cut to strips. Put in the fridge to cool before using it.

Use the noodles for fried noodles with egg, and various ingredients…Try it out…it is really a great fun! IF  you have spare time!

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2 Responses to “Fresh Rice Noodles”

  1. Pierre Says:

    oh man! You can work with flour , i tell you that. I never know rice flour can make things like this. A wee bit more time needed for prep tho. But I like this. Keep up the good work!

  2. Tie Says:

    I love noodles :)

    But never tried to make the fresh one before. Maybe I should try this one day. Thanks.


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