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Frozen Hand Pulled Noodles Lamien 手工面

Frozen Hand Pulled Noodles Lamien 手工面

R40.00

Frozen Hand Pulled Noodles

Comes in thin, medium and thick widths.

Suitable to use in Ramen, Soup Noodles.

Cooking instructions

Cook frozen noodles in rapidly boiling water for 2 minutes or until cooked ‘al dente’. Drain the water and use have them dry or in soup broths.

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Frozen Hand Pulled Noodles

Comes in thin, medium and thick widths.

Suitable to use in Ramen, Soup Noodles.

Cooking instructions

Cook frozen noodles in rapidly boiling water for 2 minutes or until cooked ‘al dente’. Drain the water and use have them dry or in soup broths.

Comes two bundles in a pack.

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Thin, Medium, Thick

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DescriptionFrozen Hand Pulled Noodles Comes in thin, medium and thick widths. Suitable to use in Ramen, Soup Noodles. Cooking instructions Cook frozen noodles in rapidly boiling water for 2 minutes or until cooked 'al dente'. Drain the water and use have them dry or in soup broths.Udon  is a type of thick, wheat-flour noodle used frequently in Japanese cuisine. It is often served hot as a noodle soup in its simplest form, as kake udon, in a mildly flavoured broth called kakejiru, which is made of dashi, soy sauce, and mirin. This pack has 4 portions of packed udon noodles. Preparation: Boil the udon noodles for 10 - 15 minute and rinse with cold water.Seafood Wonton (20 pieces) Fresh hake and calamari wrapped in silky smooth, hand stretched wonton wrapper Drench in Home Bao signature Szechuan wonton sauce for an authentic Taiwanese street food experience. Make use of the add on options to turn this into a hearty meal. (Starter for 2 or main meal for 1) COOKING INSTRUCTIONS For best result cook straight from frozen BOIL (5min) Bring a large pot of water to a fast boil. Add wontons one at a time. Give it a quick stir to prevent them sticking to each other or the pot. When the water boils again, turn it down to a simmer and cook for approximately 5 minutes. Drain & drizzle with sesame oil. Either serve as wonton soup or on their own tossed in the complimentary wonton sauce Option 1. Wonton Soup In a separate pot, bring 1 litre of broth to a fast boil, add freshly cooked wontons, complimentary Szechuan wonton sauce and flavour pack. Season to taste. Serving recommendation: best with Home Bao broth, fresh leafy vegetables and egg noodles. Option 2. Drain & Drizzled Sesame Oil Wonton In a large mixing bowl add the complementary Szechuan wonton sauce, flavour pack and 30ml of the cooking liquid that was used to boil the wonton. Gently toss freshly cooked wontons in the bowl so that each wonton is generously coated in sauce. Serve hotCantonese Pork and Prawn Mai Locally made. 12 in a pack How to cook: Line your steamer with a clean, wet dish towel or steaming parchment (*footnote). Transfer the saomai into the steamer, one finger's width apart. Cover and steam over boiling water for 8 minutes, until cooked through. Serve with dumpling dipping sauce of your choice, Chinkiang vinegar, or have a look at our dipping sauce recommendations.Morikon ito Shirataki Konjac Konnyaku 250g is Imported from Japan. This Konjac block is a translucent, gelatinous traditional Japanese bar made from the konjac yam. The word "shirataki" means white waterfall, referring to the appearance of these noodles.   Keep refridgerated
ContentFrozen Hand Pulled Noodles Comes in thin, medium and thick widths. Suitable to use in Ramen, Soup Noodles. Cooking instructions Cook frozen noodles in rapidly boiling water for 2 minutes or until cooked 'al dente'. Drain the water and use have them dry or in soup broths. Comes two bundles in a pack.The soft and chewy noodle combined with the spicy beef broth creates the perfect recipe that will please any palate. As soon as it was released on the market, Shin Ramyun became an instant hit among consumers who especially liked bold flavours. You might be surprised by the level of spiciness at first, but the delicious mélange of flavours will soon have you crave for more. The excellent spicy flavour, cooked with beef, mushrooms, and carrots, was inspired by the world’s finest peppers, and has become a typical flavour of Korea that soon became globally known.
  • PREMIUM QUALITY - The spicy flavour, cooked with beef, mushrooms and carrots, was inspired by the world's finest peppers
  • SOFT AND CHEWY NOODLES - The soft and chewy noodles combined with the spicy beef broth create the perfect recipe that will pleasure any palate
  • SPICY BEEF BROTH - Our specialty is a well-spiced soup that will have you sipping and savouring the sweetness of the meal down to the very last drop
  • READY IN MINUTES - A fulfilling yet simple meal that is easy to make and ready to eat in minute
Ingredients: Noodle: Wheat Flour (71%), Palm Oil, Potato Starch, Salt, Acidity Regulator: E501, E339, E500, Tocopherol Liquid (Antioxidant: E306, Emulsifier: E322 (contains soy)), Seasoning (Yeast Extract, Soy Sauce, Garlic, Wheat Starch)), Green Tea Extract (Oligosaccharides, Tea Catechin, Acid:E330), Colour E101 Soup Powder: Salt, Spices (Red Pepper, Garlic, Black Pepper, Onion Powder), Flavour Enhancers: E621 E627 E631, Sugar, Soy Bean Paste Powder (Wheat Flour, Soy Bean, Salt). Vegetable Flakes: Green Onion, Dried Carrot, Dried Mushroom, Chili Pepper. Certified Halal How to cook 1. Boil 550ml (about 2 1/4 cup) of water. Add noodles, soup base and vegetable mix. 2. Cook for 4-5 minutes, stirring occasionally. 3. Remove from heat and serve.
Udon  is a type of thick, wheat-flour noodle used frequently in Japanese cuisine. It is often served hot as a noodle soup in its simplest form, as kake udon, in a mildly flavoured broth called kakejiru, which is made of dashi, soy sauce, and mirin. This pack has 4 portions of packed udon noodles. Preparation: Boil the udon noodles for 10 - 15 minute and rinse with cold water.Seafood Wonton (20 pieces) Fresh hake and calamari wrapped in silky smooth, hand stretched wonton wrapper Drench in Home Bao signature Szechuan wonton sauce for an authentic Taiwanese street food experience. Make use of the add on options to turn this into a hearty meal. (Starter for 2 or main meal for 1) COOKING INSTRUCTIONS For best result cook straight from frozen BOIL (5min) Bring a large pot of water to a fast boil. Add wontons one at a time. Give it a quick stir to prevent them sticking to each other or the pot. When the water boils again, turn it down to a simmer and cook for approximately 5 minutes. Drain & drizzle with sesame oil. Either serve as wonton soup or on their own tossed in the complimentary wonton sauce Option 1. Wonton Soup In a separate pot, bring 1 litre of broth to a fast boil, add freshly cooked wontons, complimentary Szechuan wonton sauce and flavour pack. Season to taste. Serving recommendation: best with Home Bao broth, fresh leafy vegetables and egg noodles. Option 2. Drain & Drizzled Sesame Oil Wonton In a large mixing bowl add the complementary Szechuan wonton sauce, flavour pack and 30ml of the cooking liquid that was used to boil the wonton. Gently toss freshly cooked wontons in the bowl so that each wonton is generously coated in sauce. Serve hotCantonese Pork and Prawn 港式鮮蝦烧麦 (12) Make quick, ready to eat Dim sum in your own home. Locally made. 12 in a pack How to cook: Line your steamer with a clean, wet dish towel or steaming parchment (*footnote). Transfer the saomai into the steamer, one finger's width apart. Cover and steam over boiling water for 8 minutes, until cooked through. Serve with dumpling dipping sauce of your choice, Chinkiang vinegar, or have a look at our dipping sauce recommendations. Available in other flavours: Morikon ito Shirataki Konjac Konnyaku 250g is Imported from Japan. This Konjac block is a translucent, brown gelatinous traditional Japanese bar made from the konjac yam. These have a hint of seaweed. The word "shirataki" means white waterfall, referring to the appearance of these noodles. Zero Calories   Keep refridgerated
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