Noodle

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Making Misua, a kind of noodles made from wheat flour, in Taiwan
Drying Noodles in Seoul, South Korea

Noodles are thin strips of pasta which are made from dough. The dough for the noodles can be made in different ways:

Noodles are usually cooked in boiling water. Sometimes, after boiling, noodles are fried in a pan with other ingredients while being moved around in order to be mixed well, which is called stir frying. [1]

Kinds of noodles (especially in Japan)[change | change source]

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