The instructions on how to make Chinese Noodles are up on the blog, so check them out. If you’re so inclined.
I’m currently working on a recipe for the best sauce for these precious homemade noodles. Think garlic… soy sauce… butter… all the good things.
If the weather continues to be dreadful, snow obscures my driveway, and I’m cooped up with nowhere to go, I’ll have enough time to work on it. Ha!
Hopefully, I can publish the recipe before Chinese New Year, so we can all have the best noodles for the celebration. ‘Cause what’s Chinese New Year without noodles, right?!
Okie Dokie, Artichokie, hope y’all are staying warm wherever you are!
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Dee | Grammy's Grid says
Thanks so much for hosting! I’m linking up with WHY DO JEANS HAVE RIVETS? Check out my 3 current link parties if you’d like more views and shares for your posts 🙂
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emma fraser says
What a beautiful winter snow scene… just right for bracing walks, followed by creative time in the kitchen – thanks for all this week’s inspiration!
I thought myself how beautiful the neighborhood looked right after the storm. I almost didn’t want the snowplow truck to come. Glad you appreciate the scene!
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says
Another great party! Thanks for hosting – have a wonderful weekend.
You’re welcome. Have a wonderful week!
Kate - Gluten Free Alchemist says
Oh my! Your noodles look incredible! Definitely needs some delicious Chinese flavours in there …. a little garlic and ginger and prawns… Prawns would be delicious.
Thank you for featuring my Creme Brulee and thanks as always to you and your guest hosts for hosting xx
Oh, prawns would be awesome! I’ll try them next. You got me wanting creme brûlée so bad! Now I’ll have to make some ?
Thanks so much for including the Cherry Dump Cake in your features this week! 🙂 I’m also impressed by your homemade Chinese noodles! Homemade pasta-making has always been intimidating to me, but one of these days I will need to try it out! 🙂
Love that easy dump cake recipe, Nancy. Maybe the husband can make it for dessert on Valentine’s Day ? Pasta making isn’t so bad, trust me. Hard to make mistakes!
Morsels of Life | CJ Huang says
Definitely going to have to check out those DIY noodles!! Thanks for hosting us. 🙂 I brought by some Sticky Rice Rolls (Fan Tuan). Hope you enjoy!
Give it a go, CJ. You’ll be glad you do. Now I can have fresh noodles whenever I want. Sticky rice rolls sound intriguing!
Zeba@Food For The Soul says
I am so determined to make those noodles this weekend. Going to the Asian grocery store tomorrow. Thank you for featuring the Rose harissa. It is a tried and tested recipe that will not fail you:)
Let me know how they turn out, Zeba. I have to warn you, it’s somewhat addicting making these noodles. I can’t stop! Love the Harissa Paste!!
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Thanks so much for linking, Tamy. Have a wonderful week!
Jhuls | The Not So Creative Cook says
I still don’t have the courage to make my own noodles, and it makes me sad.? Your noodles is gorgeous, Angie. See you later.♥️
Thanks! Don’t be scared, Jhuls. It’s quite easy, especially if you have a pasta machine. It does all the work for you! Plus you’re skillful in the kitchen. You can do it!