What Are Noodles Made from?

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Noodles are made from flour and water then shaped to the various shapes available. However, there are various other methods of making noodles. Chinese noodles are generally made from either wheat flour, rice flour or mung bean starch.
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Noodles are made from water and semolina wheat flour. In some industrial productions, eggs is added in the mixture to enrich its nutrient content and add a colouring flavour. There are varieties of noodles each with a slightly different method of production and cooking.
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Udon noodles are made from wheat flour, salt and water. They are simple, but often put in various types of broths or with different ingredients to make more complex dishes. Udon noodles
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They are made by molding dough in the egg noodle shape, and brushing them with egg wash. (egg whites)
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Ramen noodles are made in Japan and possibly in other countries. Check the package
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