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Pritha Manchanda Jun 09 2015

Which are the 10 best noodle dishes from around the world?

Etti Bali Jun 09 2015
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So your favorite Maggi has been banned? Worry not as we bring to you 10 best noodle dishes from around the world! Popular, delicious and ready in a jiffy, these noodle recipes will help you get over the heartbreak of Maggi.

Italian Spaghetti and Meatballs

A classic Italian-American recipe, Spaghetti with Meatballs is a fairly easy dish to make. An innovation of the Italian immigrants in New York, the dish is made using spaghetti noodles, meatballs and a rich red sauce.


Spaghetti and Meatballs (by Dave Crosby)

Singapore Noodles

A hearty and wholesome meal, this dish is made with rice vermicelli stir fried with bean shoots, soy sauce, curry powder and pak choi. You can also add a variety of meats to suit your palate! Satiate your taste buds with this trademark dish on your next trip to Singapore.


Singapore Noodles (by Alpha)

Malaysian Laksa

A spicy noodle soup dish, Laksa is a blend of fine Chinese and Malaysian cooking traditions. Ranked 7th on CNN’s 50 Most Delicious Foods in the World list, Laksa is prepared using thick rice vermicelli along with many veggie and meaty delights! You wouldn’t want to skip this delicacy on your Malaysia holiday!


Laksa (by InterContinental Hong Kong)

Thailand Pad Thai

Thailand’s most favourite street food, Pad Thai is a stir fried dish made with soaked and dried rice noodles. The two main ingredients that set this stir-fry recipe apart are eggs and tamarind sauce. You can add as many veggies, meats and garnishes as you like! Tempted? Go on a gastronomical tour of Thailand with these savoury local dishes.


Pad Thai (by Lummmy)

Vietnamese Pho

Traditionally made with flat rice noodles and beef broth, Pho is a soupy, meal-in-a-bowl! It is a popular breakfast dish in Vietnam and is prepared using a lot of spices such as cinnamon, star anise, cardamom and cloves. You can make your own variant using any meat, but don’t forget to add bean sprouts and a dash of lime before serving!


Pho (by Peter Hellberg)

Filipino Pancit Bihon

Pancit Bihon is made using very thin rice noodles sauteed in soy or fish sauce, lots of green leafy vegetables and meats of your liking! Traditionally, the dish is served with slivers of hard-boiled eggs and ground pork rind.


Pancit Bihon (by Liza A.)

Indonesian Mie Goreng

Mie Goreng, or Fried Noodles is an Indonesian variant of the Chinese Chow Mein. The dish is made using thin yellow noodles which are fried in cooking oil with shallots, garlic, sambal sauce and sweet soy sauce that adds a distinctive flavour. The dish is sold at every corner and you can explore Indonesia with just one bite!


Mie Goreng (by Mighty Travels)

Chinese Yi Mein

Also known as longevity noodles, Yi Mein is a popular noodle dish served at birthdays and weddings. The yellow noodles are made by kneading egg and flour in soda water which gives it a chewy texture. The long noodles signify longevity and the egg signifies fertility. The long noodles signify longevity and the egg signifies fertility. This traditional recipe is very popular across China.


Longevity Noodles(by Alpha)

Korean Jap Chae

Made with sweet potato noodles and stir fried in sesame oil, Jap Chae has its origin in Korea’s royal history. Lots of vegetables and meats can be added to the noodles, making it one of the most-loved dishes on Korea. The dish is sweetened with sugar and garnished with sesame seeds, soy sauce seasoning and slivers of chillies!



Jap Chae (by Republic of Korea)

Cambodian Green Mango Salad

A citrusy, crunchy and sweet concoction of green mangoes, rice stick noodles, shallots and lots of vegetables, the green mango salad is a favourite Cambodian dish. The dressing is made with lime juice, garlic, fish sauce and just a dash of bird’s eye chili. Check this off your list when you visit Cambodia next!


Green Mango Salad (by Sonja Pieper)

Who needs Maggi when you can have these 10 best noodle dishes from around the world! They are healthy, look brilliant when you cook them and take you on a gastronomical tour of the whole world! If you know of more such recipe, don’t forget to share the joy with us!
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