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  • Chinese-style (thin) noodles in soup. Somen Thin white wheat noodles, served in a chilled broth, or with a chilled dipping sauce. Yakisoba - Japanese style Stir-fried
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  • Cookbook:Ramen (redirect from Ramen Noodles)
    Pasta Ramen is a Japanese dish with roots in China. ("Ramen" is the Japanese pronunciation of La Mian (拉麺), "pulled noodles".) They are usually served
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  • Cookbook | Recipes | Ingredients | Pasta | Asian Pasta Soba are Japanese thin buckwheat noodles. They can be served hot, as a soup (kake-soba), or cold, with
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  • popular snack or child's lunch, similar to Japanese sushi rolls. Naengmyeon (냉면) - (literally cold noodles) - this summer dish consists of several varieties
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  • Syrup Creme Anglaise Hot Fudge Baklava (TR) Burple Nurples Chocolate Noodles with Vanilla sauce Churros (Spain) Crêpe (France) Denver Crunch (US) English
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  • not currently have. Mint Imperial Fu Khao Pad Ohagi Gosht Shahi Korma Noodles Chaing Mai Kadhai Murgh Afghani Curry Mussaman plain nasi (or chinese rice)
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  • Cookbook:Tempura (category Japanese recipes)
    Cookbook | Ingredients | Recipes | Japanese Cuisine Tempura is one of the fried foods of Japan. Various meats, fish, and vegetables are dipped in batter
    2 KB (203 words) - 22:55, 15 August 2014
  • Ingredients | Recipes | Cuisine of Japan Niku jaga (肉じゃが nikujaga meaning 'meat and potatoes') is a common Japanese household dish served at dinnertime
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  • cuisines Taiwanese cuisines originate from Chinese cuisine, with strong Japanese influence. Seafood is used quite often. Many featured Taiwanese foods
    951 bytes (97 words) - 10:17, 11 October 2015
  • Udon is a type of thick wheat-flour noodle popular in Japanese cuisine. Udon is usually served hot as noodle soup in a mildly flavoured broth, in its
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  • Cookbook:Sukiyaki (category Japanese recipes)
    a Japanese dish) but it is a bit sweeter Thin slices of beef 1 napa cabbage Green onions Firm tofus Shiitake mushrooms Spinach Shirataki noodles Soy
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  • the generic term referring to noodles, buckwheat noodles were widely eaten as hot dishes. The difficulty of making noodles from flour that has no gluten
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  • (Nachynka) Ukrainian Cabbage Soup (Kapusniak) Umeboshi (Pickled Japanese plum) Ume-shu (Japanese plum juice and plum liquor) Upeseru (Indian; Vegan) Valerie's
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  • dinners, and instant meals, for example the seasoning mixtures for instant noodles. Like table salt, MSG tends to enhance our perception of other flavours
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  • dough Bread/starch – croutons, fried bread sticks, tortilla chips, fried noodles Other: Minced mixtures – croquettes, crab cakes Fat – Cheese, Pork skin
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