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Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group

Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group.

Happy Thursday.

Did you know that it is National Noodle Month?

Today I am sharing Five Noodle Tips from Royal China Group.

Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group
Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group

National Noodle Month (March 2018) celebrates all of the different methods and flavours of noodles that are enjoyed around the world.

Originating in China over 2000 years ago, noodles are a staple to Chinese cooking and prepared in the right way can make for a simple yet hearty dinner. Below, the chefs at Royal China Group reveal their top tips for how to best prepare and enjoy noodles at home.

Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group

Oodles Of Noodles:

There are a large variety of different types of noodles and it is important that you pick the right one for the dish that you are making.

Vermicelli rice noodles are very thin and are often stir-fried to form the base of the popular dish, Singapore noodles.

In contrast, udon are thick and are often used in soups.

If you are making a simple stir-fry then egg noodles or medium wheat noodles would work best.

Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group

Boil It Right:

If you intend on boiling your noodles it is important to make sure the water has fully come to the boil before adding the noodles, otherwise, they will become mushy.

Cook them according to the instructions on the packet, but like pasta, the noodles should have a bit of bite to them when they are cooked.

Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group

Hot Wok:

Stir-fried noodles should be cooked in a wok quickly at a high heat.

When cooking at a high heat it is necessary to pick an oil with a high smoke point such as sunflower oil, corn oil and sesame oil.

The latter adds a great nutty flavour to both the noodles and accompanying meat, seafood and vegetables.

Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group

Fresh Ingredients:

Crunchy vegetables, such as pak choi, bean sprouts, spring onion and mangetout, will add some great texture to your noodles. Using fresh garlic, chilli and ginger will give your stir-fry a punchy, aromatic flavour.

Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group

Source The Sauce:

A well-stocked cupboard can be all you need to make a delicious sauce to accompany your noodles.

Be creative with different combinations, but soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, crunchy peanut butter, garlic and chilli will make a great satay sauce.

If your sauce is looking a little thin, then add some cornflour dissolved in water to thicken.

Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group

Five Noodle Tips courtesy of Royal China Group:

The Royal China Group consists of six of London’s most authentic and prestigious Chinese restaurants, including the luxurious and critically-acclaimed Royal China Club.

Based in prime areas of London, the restaurants are centrally located on Baker Street, as well as in Bayswater, Fulham, Harrow-on-the-Hill and Canary Wharf.

The Royal China restaurants offer traditional Hong Kong Chinese dishes, while the Royal China Club provides an exclusive experience combining European ingredients within the authentic Chinese cuisine.

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11 comments so far.

11 responses to “Five Noodle Tips From Royal China Group”

  1. Heather{Our Life In a Click} says:

    I love noodles!

  2. Donna Reidland says:

    These are great tips. I love noodles. I usually skip the rice and go for the noodles at Asian restaurants. This will be very helpful at home.

  3. Kim Carberry says:

    I did not know it was National Noodle Month….We love noodles here…Fantastic tips x #PoCoLo

  4. Debbie Roberts - Debs Random Writings says:

    Hi Claire, I love noodles, but am not so good at cooking them. I suspect I don't heat my wok enough, will get it smoking next time!#weekendbloghop

  5. Stephanie Robinson says:

    Home made sauces for noodles are way easier than you expect and taste so much nicer than the ones that come in a little plastic packet from the supermarket. Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

  6. Thanks for hopping by πŸ™‚

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