5 Noodle Types You Can Make

March is Noodle month! And, of course, we’d give you some recipes and ideas on how to make noodles. But, before that let’s take a look at some of the types of noodles that you can add to your cabinet, to make an interesting addition to your noodle menu. Here is a list of 5 types of noodles that you can keep in your cabinet and make delicious noodle recipes from!

Get ready for an exciting noodle ride!

1. Ramen Noodle


Ramen is a Japanese interpretation of egg noodles that are long and curly. These noodles are made from egg and wheat and are dried in the form of a brick. You can keep them in the refrigerator and once you boil them you can eat them. It can be eaten with some hot and spicy sauce. You can also add them to your soups.

2. Udon Noodle


A Japanese creation, Udon noodles come in different shapes and thickness that you can cook in boiling water before you can consume them. These noodles are ideal for soups.

3. Rice Stick Noodle


These noodles are flat and translucent and are either wide or slender. And are noodles easily available in supermarkets. These noodles are best to eat with stir-fries, soups, and noodle salads.

4. Shirataki


Made from the Konjac plant, these noodles are thin and translucent. These Japanese noodles are also low on calories and carbs, making them a great addition to your diet plan.

5. Mung Bean Thread


Flat and translucent, these noodles are made using mung beans. They are also called cellophane or glass noodles. When cooked these noodles turn into transparent strings. You can use these noodles in soups and salads.

Finally, you know there are varieties of noodles, quickly grab one of them and make a delicious dish from it. Enjoy the noodle month!!

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