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Banh pho tuoi (rice noodle)

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I bought these at the asian grocery and there are no cooking instructions on the package. They are soft noodles all sealed in a plastic package.



I usually buy dried ones that have instructions on the package. (instructions=novel concept, eh?)
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I always buy these sort. I don't like the dried ones much, but I do have some in my cupboard in case of emergencies.



What dish were you wanting to use them in?



Basically, rinse them in boiling water until all the starch comes off, then use them as per whatever recipe you have to hand says. I usually stir fry them. Want some stir fry recipes for rice noodles?
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What dish were you wanting to use them in?





Um. Uh. Aaaah. Um. I don't know? I have some peanut sauce left from last week. I might use it, or not.



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Want some stir fry recipes for rice noodles?



Yes! Thank you!
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Kiz! Where are you?
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Oh my! I forgot! :blush: Give me an hour or so.
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