Find recipes that use rice noodles and see why they make a perfect addition to Thai stir-fries, Vietnamese salads and light Asian soups.
The beauty of this soup is the fact that it is easy to include whatever you want to this mix of ingredients, depending on what you already have. It's a lovely, warming, hearty soup for any occasion, which is cheap and easy to make too!
I love Thai food, so it comes from a very good Thai restaurant I know in Edinburgh.
I love these, they're really addictive and healthy!
A quick stir-fry of noodles, garlic, soy sauce and chilli. Garnish with chopped spring onion and peanuts if you like.
This dish can be made with prawns, chicken or pork instead of tofu. Look for the more exotic items in the international foods section at your local supermarket. Adjust the pad Thai sauce ingredients to taste.
In this classic soup, paper-thin slices of beef are cooked with rice noodles in individual serving bowls into which hot beef stock, herbs and spices have been added. For a more authentic tasting pho - you will need to go to an Asian shop and buy pho stock cubes.
These are really healthy and not fried. Lovely change for a summer party served with one or both of the dipping sauces. Well worth the effort - these are fantastic.
A gingery Asian stir-fry served over rice noodles.
Rice noodles are tossed with slices of red pepper, lettuce, spring onions, fresh basil, coriander, ginger and a soy sauce-based dressing in this fresh Thai-inspired salad.
This Vietnamese-inspired dish is a great one-bowl, one-pan option for casual dinner parties. This is a really different kind of pesto that uses peanuts and Asian flavours.