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  • noodles have been around for centuries, and a lot of people might associate their origins with Chinese or Italian dishes.

  • But they've made their mark and tons of countries mhm.

  • Dishes like spaghetti and meatballs or ramen have history that you might not know about.

  • Here's how noodles are eaten around the world.

  • China is home to a variety of cuisines and noodles, but a particularly popular noodle dish is jjajangmyun.

  • The name translates to fried sauce noodles.

  • Wheat noodles are mixed with a sauce made by stir frying ground pork or beef with fermented soybean paste.

  • It's usually served with fresh or pickled vegetables.

  • Chopped is a popular Korean noodle dish.

  • It was invented in the 17th century but was first made without noodles or meat.

  • The legend is that King Kong was holding a palace banquet.

  • Andy Cheung served in the dish.

  • The king loved it so much that he promoted chunk to Secretary of treasury today, the dishes made with glass noodles made from sweet potato starch and served with vegetables and seasoned meat.

  • The dish is especially popular during Korean holidays, who Italy has hundreds of pasta dishes, but one of its ancient classics is Cacho a pep.

  • It means cheese and pepper.

  • Legend has it that in Roman times, shepherds would take their sheep to graze in the mountains.

  • The shepherds would bring homemade pasta with them and cook it, then combine it with the cheese they made out of the milk they collected from their sheep.

  • The dish consists of black pepper, grated pecorino Romano cheese on spaghetti.

  • It's simple but delicious.

  • The genius spaghetti and meatballs were actually created in the United States, not Italy, but it's associate with Italy because he's created by Italian immigrants.

  • Four million Italians immigrated to the United States between 18 80 1920.

  • Most came from southern Italy and went from spending 75% of their income on food in Italy to 25% in America.

  • With a boost in income, More meat was consumed in larger quantities, which in turn gave us meatballs.

  • Canned tomatoes and spaghetti were part of the few items available at grocery stores, and hence the dish was born.

  • This is another noodle dish that didn't exist until immigrants created it.

  • Hawaii has a rich mix of cultures that has resulted in a distinct cuisine.

  • Simon is Hawaii's version of ramen.

  • Inspired by a blend of Japanese and Chinese culture, it's made up of thicker, chewy your noodles that air cooked in a dashi broth and topped the box.

  • Choi Mushrooms, Ginger Chase You and Spam.

  • This Afghan dish calls for thick noodles and legumes into tomato based broth with spices like turmeric.

  • It contains chili, beef and loads of vegetables and gets topped with yogurt.

  • This hearty meal from Egypt is full of different ingredients.

  • It was created around the 18 hundreds and made for an affordable vegan dish families could make with their remaining ingredients to make.

  • Kothari makes rice, macaroni, lentils, chickpeas and crispy fried onions with tomato and garlic sauce.

  • This noodle dish is a desert roasted vermicelli.

  • Noodles are boiled in milk and ghee and flavored with cardamom, saffron, nuts and dried fruits.

  • This dish originated in the Indian subcontinent but has regional variations.

  • Also known as piss.

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  • This dish is often served in Hindu temples or in celebrations like weddings or Pooja's similar variations.

  • Air eating for Muslim holidays like he'd it could be served hot or chilled with about 5000 ramen shops.

  • In Tokyo alone, many people associate ramen with Japan, but the dish is actually an adaptation of Chinese wheat noodles.

  • I'm here a Tavi Tomoe, home to the largest full of supermen in New York City and other traditional Roman dishes.

  • I'm able to enjoy this bowl of ramen because of years of rich history.

  • Chinese immigrants introduced Rahman to Japan in the late 19th century.

  • It became popular after World War Two, when Japan was struggling and many of its citizens had to rely on black markets for food.

  • With a food shortage, including a drastic reduction in rice, three US was importing large amounts of wheat into Japan.

  • Vendors used this week to make ramen, but during this time it was illegal to buy or sell restaurant food.

  • The United States had upheld Japan's Russian control laws during their occupation, so thousands of Rahman vendors were arrested by 1950.

  • The government relax these restrictions, and Roman vendors rose in popularity.

  • Today, ramen isn't the simple dish it once waas, but its history is the reason it's enjoyed by thousands of people every day.

  • Sour, sweet and salty, Thailand's national dish was created in the 19 thirties by the country's then prime minister.

  • The Thai economy was struggling during World War Two, and the government encouraged rice noodles to be eaten instead of rice.

  • Rice noodles were both cheap and filling.

  • The stir fry noodles are paired with vegetables, bean sprouts and a protein like chicken or tofu.

  • Mi goreng is a popular Indonesian fried noodle dish that's also eaten in surrounding regions like Singapore and Malaysia.

  • It's thought that I was introduced to Indonesia by Chinese immigrants.

  • It's made with yellow egg noodles, garlic egg, chili sauce, a sweet soy sauce, veggies and some kind of protein.

  • It's topped with crispy shallots and lime juice.

  • The main star of this meal is the fresh lobster caught off the coast of Greece.

  • This dish serves lobster meat with tomato sauce, usually served with wine and lots of herbs on a bed of spaghetti.

  • The lobster is traditionally served right in the shell and with plenty of parsley.

  • Taiwan's national dish is another meal with outside origins.

  • Wheat noodles are eaten with braised beef and greens in a stock simmered with beef bones.

  • Originally Chinese, the dish became distinctly Taiwanese, with the additions of pickled greens and signature spices.

  • It sold all over the island, and prices range from a few dollars to a few 100 filed, was born in northern Vietnam but his popular throughout the country.

  • The flavor changes depending on the region.

  • It first appeared in the 19th century, which is around the time the French began to colonize Vietnam.

  • Some culinary experts believe it to be a creation.

  • Formed from mixing French and Vietnamese cuisine.

  • It consists of broth made by simmering bones and herbs, rice noodles and a type of me.

  • Usually beef is typically served with lime, basil and bean sprouts.

  • Dope Acri oye comes from Peru but changes with the region.

  • It's typically homemade, and the basics usually include neat onion, garlic Ah, he Ponca tomato, egg milk and angel hair noodles.

  • The background for the dish is thought to be influenced by a mix of Peru's cultures.

  • Tabby Tomoe bruised their ramen broth for 60 hours in house, but if you don't have that kind of time, you might be familiar with instant ramen.

  • It's quick, easy to make and great on a tight budget.

  • One popular brand of instant ramen is called Indo Mie.

  • Created in Indonesia, the brand is popular in countries all over, notably Nigeria and Domi's manufacturer partnered with a Nigerian food company in the late eighties.

  • When in Domi was marketed in Nigeria, the company argued it was important as rice and bread and due to the population boom in the country, it's been marketed as a quick and easy meal for busy mothers.

  • Today, many Nigerians might not even associate in Don't meet with Indonesia because it's such a large part of Nigeria's culture.

  • So which noodle dish would you want to try?

  • Let us know in the comments below.

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How Noodles Are Eaten Around The World

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/03
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