Bean Thread Vermicelli 3 x 240 g Coco Tree
Bean Thread Vermicelli is made with mung bean starch and are also known as cellophane or glass noodles owing to the fact that when cooked (soaked) they become transparent. They are naturally gluten free and are a good choice for wheat sensitive diets. Bean Thread Vermicelli is traditionally served with stir-fries, soups, and hot pots but can also be found in fillings for dumplings. In Thailand, they are mixed with pork and shrimp in a spicy salad and in Vietnam, it is an essential ingredient in fresh spring rolls.
mung bean starch, water.
- GLASS NOODLES - The Bean Thread Vermicelli is also known as fensi or glass noodles. It is made of mung bean starch which is a great source of choline. Apart from protecting the cell membrane, it also has other benefits. Mung beans contain folate, zinc, copper, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and antioxidants. The fibrous structure helps in everyday digestive needs and can also work against diabetes.
- GLUTEN-FREE - The mung bean starch is gluten-free, enabling people with celiac disease to enjoy it freely.
- EASY TO COOK - The Bean Thread Vermicelli is very easy to cook. All you need to do is soak the noodles in warm water for a few minutes so that their soft, properties come out nicely. Dry the noodles and add your preferred sauce or other recipe ingredients for a hassle-free dish.
- CAN BE CONSUMED IN MULTIPLE WAYS - Since the Bean Thread Vermicelli is easy to cook, it can be enjoyed in multiple ways. Traditionally, they go really well with stir-fries, soups, and dumplings, and spring roll fillings. The Bean Thread Vermicelli is appreciated differently in different cultures so you always have the freedom to experiment with this tasty and dish.