Fresh by sherimiya

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These knife-shaved noodles with a frilly edge are traditionally made by holding a block of dough and slicing noodles downwards at a specific angle directly into a pot of boiling water.
Mine are store-bought, boiled at home and now waiting for a spicy garlic oil chili crisp sauce.
What did you have for lunch?
They look wonderful with their curly edges, sounds delicious too.
February 20th, 2021  
Kat
Interesting composition, I have never seen these noodles they look good. I had a ham and salad sandwich :)
February 20th, 2021  
They look yummy!
February 20th, 2021  
you would need a sharp knife and a steady hand to cut these evenly
February 20th, 2021  
Bon appétit !
For us it’s going to be shrimps and a salad for the next lunch !
February 20th, 2021  
Liking the sound of the sauce. I had omelette.
February 20th, 2021  
I don't eat noodles very often but do enjoy them with stir fried vegetables and bean sprouts and lashings of soy sauce!
February 20th, 2021  
Nothing as exciting as this! A great close up of these frilly looking noodles.
February 20th, 2021  
Lovely frills!
February 20th, 2021  
Almost looks like a flower.
February 20th, 2021  
yum
February 20th, 2021  
Great closeup
February 20th, 2021  
Love the frills!
February 21st, 2021  
Cool! I've never seen these.
February 21st, 2021  
Love the way you shot this to show all the crinkles. I love looking at all the pastas and trying to figure out how they managed to make them. I had a sandwich for lunch but I did have bucatini with puttanesca for dinner. Bucatini is very amazing pasta. It is like a very thin straw, a hollow tube.
February 21st, 2021  
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