|United Tastes of America|
|by Dorinda Hafner|
America's status as the cultural melting pot of the world is nowhere more apparent than at the dining room table.
101 - 110 of 160 for rice noodles
Chop cabbage as ... seeds. Break Ramen noodles into small pieces, ... alone as a salad or by adding pieces of chicken or beef, it becomes a main course.
In a medium ... cooked. Add vegetable mixture and cooked noodles and combine. Mix in soy sauce, coriander leaves (or green onions) and salt, if desired.
Combine in shaker. ... onions, cabbage and noodles. Pour dressing over mixture and chill overnight. Line bowl with romaine lettuce. Then put salad in center.
Break up the noodles. In a ... chicken, onion and sesame seed. Cover. Chill several hours. Before serving stir in almonds and garnish with green pepper.
Chop onion and ... and chill. Brown noodles, sesame seeds ... 1/2 c. vinegar (oriental rice vinegar) 1 c. sugar Mix with salad 20 minutes before serving.
Soak noodles in warm water ... on side. Sprinkle top with ground peanuts, spring onion, coriander, chili powder and garnish with lemon wedges. Serve hot.
Saute meat, onions, ... Mix with cooked noodles. Place in ... ham or pork may be substituted for the ground beef. Macaroni may be substituted for noodles.
Brown hamburger and ... celery, can chicken rice soup and noodles. Lastly, add ... mixture. Turn into casserole dish; cover. Bake at 400 degrees for 1 hour.
In an 8 ... it sizzles. Add noodles and almonds; stir ... noodle mixture and dressing; mix gently. Spoon onto individual plates. Combine. Stir before using.
Pour the oil ... minutes. Add the noodles, soy sauce ... TO COOK THE RICE NOODLE: Unwrap it ... tap wet the noodles for about 2 minutes and put it aside.
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