Bean thread vermicelli noodles – also known as cellophane noodles, suun, tanghoon, phing, dangmyeon, wun sen, bún tàu, or glass noodles – are a beautiful, transparent noodle, made from mung bean starch. The see-through noodles might seem delicate, but once they’ve been briefly soaked in boiling water they take on a strong and flexible, more conventional noodle consistency, adding great texture to soups and stir fries.
Bean thread vermicelli noodles are most commonly found in South East Asian recipes. Australian-Vietnamese writer, Luke Nguyen uses the bean thread vermicelli glass noodles in fish, pork and chicken soups, as well as ‘beef wok-tossed with glass noodles and curry powder’ and cold goi bo beef salad.
Ingredients: Mung bean starch (69%), pea starch (18%), water
Origin: Taiwan, Province of China
Minimum shelf life: 3 months
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