We’ve all been to those foreign food places where they just serve up bowls of noodles with no thought of what they are, where the food seems just fine, and if you aren’t paying attention you don’t realize how far away those bowls really are.
Well this time around, the sources of this dish seem to be the same. Apparently, Chinese food is not just an appetizer it’s a meal. The food must be served quickly to get your attention and the bowls must be served so that you dont get in between the noodles and the food.
Chinese food places are usually crowded, so it’s hard to tell what’s in the bowls they are serving. There is a lot of stuff in the bowls, too, which is why the noodles feel so strange. I’m pretty sure these noodles are a sort of “chicken noodle soup”. It is the noodles that feel so weird because the whole bowl is made out of them, so the texture of the noodles is just a bit off.
I am not sure what the source of the noodles is. I do know that you dont get any noodles from the bowls. That said, they probably have a lot of other noodles as well, which you cant see.
This is the case with the bowl-like noodles. The bowls in Imexin are made out of rice flour, so they are not a normal type of noodle.
This may be the first time I’ve ever eaten a bowl of noodles, but it’s not the first time I’ve eaten noodles in the Philippines. I have eaten them in Taiwan, and there’s a restaurant that serves them with rice and noodles as well.
I will admit that I was a little surprised when I first thought about trying the noodles. I was curious as to how the noodles taste and whether or not they were any different than normal noodles. I also wondered what kinds of ingredients they might use for the noodles, since I have never seen noodles made out of rice flour (which is how noodles usually are). Now I know. There are also two types of noodles, white and brown.
The white noodles are made of rice flour with various other ingredients and are usually served with a side of meat. The brown noodles are made with wheat flour and are mostly served as a side dish.
This is a very interesting question. In China, rice is the main ingredient in noodles. I can only assume that it is because the Chinese love rice and noodles. So why, then, is soybean flour the only ingredient used in the brown noodles, and not in the white noodles? If I am wrong, then I would have to explain why there is no rice in white noodles.
If I am right, then this is a product of the times, one that is being made at a time that is perhaps not so long ago that there were no noodles at all. And I would also assume that the first white noodles were made by a different method.