Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles - Seaweed yay! Why are you gonna eat that? That's the dry part I was gonna eat that! (upbeat music) - Hi! - It's me Crystal Anne! - [Interviewer] Who here likes noodles? (gasps) Yeah - [Interviewer] What kind of noodles have you eaten? - Spaghetti with ketchup. - [Interviewer] Today, you guys, we're gonna give you four noodle dishes from four different countries. - Ooh! (upbeat music) - Huh? These clear things right here, are these noodles? - [Interviewer] Have you ever seen noodles like that before? - No. - These noodles are translucent. - Mmm! - Ooh it's yummy! (laughing) - [Interviewer] What do you guys think they're made out of? - Noodles! - [Interviewer] Sweet potato starch. - What? - Potatoes! Yay best vegetable ever! - This is made from potatoes? - Come here you wanna try? - [Interviewer] What do you think, Theo? - Chicken nuggets? (laughter) - Noodles (laughing) (laughing) - I just don't understand this kid. - It's a lasso. If this was maybe like ten times bigger, I'd tie you up and throw you out the window. - [Interviewer] What? (laughing) (upbeat music) - What, this does not look like noodles. - [Interviewer] What? - This smells like pizza. - [Interviewer] Do you know what this dish is called? - No of course not. - This looks like lasagna! - (gasps) oh my gosh, I'm pretty sure it is. - This is like Garfield. Yum yum yum yum. - It's really good! - You're gonna like this. This is like spaghetti and meatballs. - [Interviewer] This is a dish called lasagna. - But my mom.. never makes it this good. (laughter) - [Interviewer] Do you know what country lasagna is from? - In my mind I wanna say Australia. - [Interviewer] Mario and Luigi are from this country. - The Mushroom Kingdom? (laughter) - [Interviewer] Mario and Luigi are Italian plumbers. - What? - [Interviewer] Lasagna noodles are some of the oldest pastas in the world. - I thought lasagna was kinda new. - Logan you realize how old Garfield is. (laughter) (upbeat music) - I don't think I'm gonna like-- oh I might! - Don't know what these balls are. - They look like disgusting peas! - I'm gonna try it. Mmm yummy! - Huh that's kinda good. - Yum sour cream! - [Interviewer] And the noodles are in there somewhere. - Oh I see it. - C'mon Theo, you are gonna like these noodles. Om nom nom! (laughter) He likes it! (burp) (laughing) - Logan! (upbeat music) - I see egg, I love egg. - Seaweed yay! Why are you gonna eat that? That's the dry part I was gonna eat that. - Ooh is this pork belly? - [Interviewer] Oh yeah! - Yeah! (slurping) - [Interviewer] Oh, we got you some more seaweed. - Yay, I eat this one. - And I eat this one. - Hey split that one. - [Interviewer] This is called ramen. - Ramen? - [Interviewer] Yes. Wait are these ramen noodles? - [Interviewer] What ramen are you thinking of? - The ones in packs that are sold at the grocery store. - [Interviewer] This is the real ramen. Guess where ramen comes from? - Where? - [Interviewer] You're learning the language. (gasps) Japan? - [Interviewer] Yes. - This is very Oishii. - Oh those is Naruto. - This is my favorite dish of today. - [Interviewer] When you eat the noodles, slurp them as loud as you can. - Known as polite. - [Interviewer] That's right! (slurping) (slurping) - [Interviewer] Perfect form! Is it polite to slurp your noodles normally? - Well not to my mom. (laughing) - Thank you for watching Kids Try Noodles from Around the World! - What's your favorite kind of noodle? - Chicken nuggets.