Vietnamese Glass Noodle Soup

Hello! Welcome back to my blog. Today I will be cooking a dish from Vietnam called glass clearnoodle soup. It involves glass noodles, also known as clear noodles. This type of noodle is used in many different meals. It can be fried, boiled, and more. This dish makes you full easily; I usually have some left that I almost don’t have the willpower to eat. There are many versions of cooking this, depending on what ingredients you have and what time is available. I really like this dish and highly recommend you try it too!


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First, clean the chicken. Then boil water in a big pot almost full. Put the whole chicken in and cook it for 30 minutes. Then carefully take the chicken out. Next, get the dried bamboo strips and soak them in warm water for two hours. After they hydrate, dry them completely. Then get garlic and mince it. Get a pan and put vegetable oil in and then your garlic. Fry it until it turns brown and then put your bamboo in. Add in the seasoning powder and sugar. Next, add soy sauce and pepper. Fry for about five minutes. Then add the contents of the pan into the water in the pot. Then cut your chicken and add it in along with a pinch of salt and a full onion. Add more seasoning powder and salt into the water. In a smaller pot, add some of the broth in and add in the noodles. Cook the noodles until they are done cooking. Put all the contents of the smaller pot into a bowl and add some of the bamboo and chicken from the bigger pot. Add in sliced green onion. Add in fried onion and a pinch of pepper. Every time you want to eat this dish, you have to cook the noodles and reheat the broth in a different pot in order to prevent overcooking.

My Own Result

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