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Old 11-11-2016, 04:59 AM
 
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I have liked all Asian noodle soups I have ever tried (though I have not actually been to Asia so the versions I have had are either from restaurants - some more authentic than others) or homemade with as much authenticity as I can manage to find given a limited ingredient list available locally. I cannot however have soy and I don't care for really fatty meats and some organ meats so I avoid versions containing those.


As a child, Campbell's soups and the occasional homemade vegetable soup were the norm in my house. I am very jealous of those of you who grew up with the much more flavorful and probably more nutritious soups listed by so many of you above.

Perhaps for the better. LOL

Sometimes ignorance is bliss. Although I do recall all those bits and bobs of organ meats and blood cakes as being quite tasty, I could not knowingly eat it now. Maybe liver, if it's chopped up fine in a spread or sausage mix.




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Thank you! I'll have to try the other versions. The one I tried in Korea was unforgettably delicious.
Seemed like there was a whole 1/2 of a chicken in there, mixed with ginseng I think.
Sounds good. Vietnamese also have a chicken version using a whole chicken as well. The resultant broth is thus is very rich and flavorful. There is also a simple beef version using a small amount of ground beef. All good options if you don't want to go for the "fully loaded" chao long.
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Old 02-12-2017, 01:45 AM
 
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Rice noodles are popular in Southern China, HK, Taiwan and Southeast Asia but not in Korea and Japan.


Koreans and Japanese eat rice but seldom eat rice noodles.
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Old 02-12-2017, 02:06 AM
 
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Trying to think of a noodle soup I don't like.

Failing...
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Old 02-13-2017, 12:04 PM
 
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why my country is so closed. people outside dont know so much delicious noodles in China. countless kinds here. so upset, people focus on a small group in Asia.Hope My country be Opener, you guys will know more noodles in Asia. however, some people will say, i have been China, i have eaten many food there. So do you know Aneng noodle? Pianerchuan noodle? Gantiao noodle? Xiabaoshan Noodle? Regan Noodle? Aozhao Noodle? Korean Cold noodle?etc hundreds kinds. hope you guys can taste them. Becareful dont go to the restaurant which is too famous. just go to the one that has a good reputation( maybe youneed a native to help you)
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Old 02-14-2017, 04:07 AM
 
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I never understood why it is called noodble soup in English.

It is noodles at first, just with soup. It is not a type of soup.
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Old 02-14-2017, 08:51 AM
 
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I never understood why it is called noodble soup in English.

It is noodles at first, just with soup. It is not a type of soup.
People also say soup noodle. It's used pretty interchangeably.

What's your favorite type? Shanghai-style spicy pork noodle soup?
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Old 02-17-2017, 10:00 AM
 
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Old 02-17-2017, 10:47 AM
 
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misua
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Old 02-18-2017, 07:04 PM
 
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I have liked all Asian noodle soups I have ever tried (though I have not actually been to Asia so the versions I have had are either from restaurants - some more authentic than others) or homemade with as much authenticity as I can manage to find given a limited ingredient list available locally. I cannot however have soy and I don't care for really fatty meats and some organ meats so I avoid versions containing those.


As a child, Campbell's soups and the occasional homemade vegetable soup were the norm in my house. I am very jealous of those of you who grew up with the much more flavorful and probably more nutritious soups listed by so many of you above.
I grew up in Tokyo and ate packaged noodles all the time. lol Some are pretty good if you add veggies and egg.
Other times it was Ringer Hut noodles.

My favorite is probably chewy Udon noodles. I love Korean black bean noodles(Jajangmyeon) too. I also love spaghetti. lol We use to go to a wonderful Italian place.
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Old 02-19-2017, 01:11 AM
 
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Eating real Japanese ramen for the first time in Tokyo was an almost religious experience for me. Looking for the little red lamp, walking inside, being greeted by the cook, choosing what I wanted from the ticket vending machine and giving it to the cook...it's a really unique experience.

I really like Thai noodle soup with red pork and cracklins (whatever they're called). First time I ever put sugar in soup. Really complex flavor.

I like Central Asian lagman. I prefer the dry version to the soup though. I also fry up yakisoba with tofu and egg at least once a week for breakfast.

Pho is always good but oddly enough I found the versions I've had in the States preferable to the ones I had in Ho Chi Minh City.

Noodles are arguably 50% of my diet.
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