Real Thai Rice Stick Pad Thai Noodles 375gm
%Daily value — Total Fat 0g – 0%, Saturated Fat 0g – 0%, Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg – 0%, Sodium 10mg – 0%, Total Carbohydrate 45g – 16%, Dietary Fiber 0g – 0%, Total Sugars 0g, Includes 0g Added Sugars – 0%, Protein 4g, Vitamin D 0mcg – 0%, Calcium 10mg – 0%, Iron 0mg – 0%, Potassium 25mg – 0%.
This is a Vegetarian product.
About this item
100 percent natural rice noodles
Get addicted to the mouthwatering taste of thai rice sticks and stay healthy
Savour every moment of your meal with the rice stick
The taste is just fine while it is soft to chew
Rice flour 90%, water 10 %
Supports Energy Levels
Since rice noodles are predominantly made of carbohydrate calories, they are beneficial for increasing and sustaining energy levels.
Suitable Gluten-Free Alternative
Rice noodles are especially beneficial for people who follow a gluten-free diet. People with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity should read rice noodle packaging carefully to ensure it is free of gluten contamination before consuming. Rice noodles are also suitable for vegan, vegetarian, low-fat, and low-calorie diets.
Contrary to traditional pasta noodles, rice noodles are inherently gluten-free. This is because the main ingredient is rice flour. However, other ingredients may be added that are not gluten-free. People with severe gluten intolerance should ensure that no cross contamination has occurred.
Rice noodles are also free of other common allergens, including dairy, soy, eggs, fish, nuts, and wheat. Like gluten, if you have severe dietary allergies, check the label to see if cross contamination may have occurred during processing or if a rice noodle product contains added allergens.
Like legume-based noodles, which can be made from chickpeas, black beans, lentils, and other legumes, rice noodles can be made from either brown or white rice.
Storage and Food Safety
Rice noodles are stored like regular noodles. Keep them in a cool dry place like the pantry. They come in vacuum-sealed packaging or boxes, so they do not need to be refrigerated until they are cooked.
How to Prepare
Rice noodles are commonly used in Asian-style stir fry dishes and Italian-style pasta dishes. You cook them by boiling them in water. This also rehydrates them. Once they are cooked, you can use them like you would regular pasta noodles.
These can be used as a substitution for other types of noodles, including wheat noodles, egg noodles, and ramen noodles. If a recipe calls for any type of noodle, you can use rice noodles instead to change up the texture and flavor of your dish.