Chinese Noodles – New!

Noodles – Oodles of Noodles. At Tang we have a fabulous range of noodles – from all over Asia – and right now we have just received a batch of new noodles – from China. 10 new varieties to sensualise your taste buds. All with sauces and accompaniments ready to go! Some say that the original noodles originated in Persia. you can find them in Arabic dishes, Italian and European cuisine. They’ve been around for about 4000 years, but one thing’s for sure – it was the Chinese who perfected them.

IMG_91511-vermicilli-rice-noodles-range-china

New range of Chinese Rice Noodles available now at Tang.

Noodles in Chinese cuisine are a daily staple, being used in soups, salads, stir fries, stuffed inside flat breads and included in braisings. Rice flour, wheat flour, buckwheat flour, bean and sweet potato, seaweed, tapioca – all are used in making delicious noodles.

But today we feature our new arrivals and they are all Rice Noodles. Lets start!IMG_7140-luo-zhuang-yuan--rice-noodles-fresh-scent-flavour--china.jpg

From the Liuzhou Lou Zhuangyuan Food Company we have two new offerings – Fresh Scent Flavour – with a seasoning pack that includes Pork and Chicken flavourings (artificial), River Snails flavour, Chicken stock and seasoning to taste. The packet weighs 265g and provides 2.7 serves per packet. Add fresh or pickled vegetables to taste.

IMG_7143-Liuzhou-zhuangyuan-food-co--rice-noodle-with-seasoning--china.jpg

Luozhuangyuan River (Noodles) – The second product is a dried noodle pack of 300g of Rice Noodles and 125g of seasoning to compliment. it offers dried noodles, a seasoning pack, pickled bamboo shoots, Chinese sauerkraut, chilli oil and vinegar. All there ready to prepare – just add side dishes.

IMG_7141-guangxi-luobawang-food-co--rice-noodles--snail-meat-and-chilli--china.jpg

From the Guangxi Luoweixuan Food Company we have a Rice Noodle package of 230g – enough for 2-3 people. This is a soup noodle pack including sour bamboo shoots, pickles, seasonings, chicken flavouring and snail flavouring.

We now stock two new Rice Vermicelli from the Liuzhou Wisdom Win Food Company. A thinner and finer noodle, this is often used in Singapore noodle dishes. This noodle however is medium size. The first packet is a soup mix with pickles (beans, radish), salted mustard, black fungus, onion, peanut, bamboo shoots, chilli, rice vinegar, and salt (seasoning). Add side dishes and/or fresh vegetable. At 220g this packet serves 2 people. The second is very similar but gives a milder heat.

IMG_7139-guangxi-luoweixuan-food-co--rice-noodles--original-flavour-delicious-taste--china.jpg

Next we have Noodles from the Luobawang Food Company offering what it describes as ‘the Liuzhou taste – a city of memories’. At 280g this may serve three people. It includes Ginger, Star Anise, Cumin Pepper, and Prickly Ash and the traditional snail flavour. Prepare the noodles, the soup mix, add together, ready to serve!

We also have similar Noodle Soup mixes from the Tengran Trading Company, again one hot and one that is mild. There is another Rice Vermicelli from Haohuanluo of 400g with turnip and day lily added. Ready to serve this is a generous packet and may serve up to 4 people.

Finally we finish off with two last products. First another Vermicelli of 310g similar in flavour to the other soup mix noodles. And our last offer featured is from the Lin Quan company. Instant Noodles in a container that you can just add water to, stir in the ingredients, wait a bit then eat and enjoy.

Ultimately you must make the choice as to which one becomes your favourite. Don’t be shy, ask our staff which they prefer. Find them all here on our website.

We look forward to you arriving at 185 Russell St on your noodle adventure. Whatever noodle you desire we are most likely to stock it at Tang: The Asian Food Emporium.

Open every day, 7 days per week between 10am and 11pm.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s