Cooked whole wheat noodles
Cooked whole wheat noodles are prepared by cooking raw whole wheat noodles in boiling water with a pinch of salt and a teaspoon of oil added to it. Boil the noodles for about 5 to 8 minutes or till they are cooked well. Drain and wash with cold water to prevent overcooking of noodles with the steam. The boiled and cooked whole wheat noodles may then be used in a variety of recipes.
· They are generally boiled, although they may also be deep-fried in oil until crispy. Boiled noodles may then be stir fried, served with sauce or other accompaniments, or served in soup, often with meat and other ingredients.
· Wheat noodle may be added to salads or stews.
· The round Chinese wheat noodles can be used successfully with spaghetti and linguine dishes. The flat Chinese what noodles can work very well with white sauces. In fact, any French or Italian recipe that calls for pasta can be successfully made using Chinese wheat noodles.
· Chinese wheat noodles can also be used successfully in the place of rice to make a pudding, making it possible for persons who are trying to avoid a lot of starch to still enjoy something sweet with the meal.
How to store whole wheat noodles, gehun ke noodles, atta noodles
Storing wheat noodles requires no special type of container or conditions. Like any dried pasta, it is a good idea to store the wheat noodles in an airtight container, and make sure the container is stored is a cupboard that is no more than room temperature. The dried wheat noodles will last for a year or more without losing any of the basic flavor, or developing a taste that seem slightly off.
Health benefits of whole wheat noodles, gehun ke noodles, atta noodles
Whole wheat noodles are slightly low in calories and carbs than refined noodles. What it has to offer is more fibre
and some nutrients which many other noodles are devoid of. Thus whole wheat noodles made with loads of veggies minus the cheese is a wise choice for weight watchers
and heart patients
can also enjoy these noodles as mentioned above, but they need to restrict their portion size strictly. However, remember that whole grain noodles is not similar to whole grains. It is yet processed and will not have the same effect on blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Hence we recommend the use of whole wheat noodles only occasionally.