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Lan Vang Yin Si Rice Vermicelli Thin 300g

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Lan Vang Yin Si Rice Vermicelli Thin is a product from Lan Vang, a brand that produces rice vermicelli in Vietnam. Yin Si is the Chinese pronunciation of the Vietnamese word "yến sào," which refers to bird's nest, a highly valued delicacy in Chinese cuisine.

This particular product is a type of thin rice vermicelli made from rice flour and water, and it is a popular ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine. It is gluten-free and low in fat, making it a healthy and nutritious option for those with dietary restrictions.

In Vietnamese cuisine, rice vermicelli is often used in dishes such as Bun Cha (grilled pork with rice vermicelli), Bun Thit Nuong (grilled pork with rice vermicelli and vegetables), and Pho (a type of noodle soup). The thin rice vermicelli is typically soaked in hot water for a few minutes before being added to the dish.

Lan Vang Yin Si Rice Vermicelli Thin 300g

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Lan Vang Yin Si Rice Vermicelli Thin is a product from Lan Vang, a brand that produces rice vermicelli in... Read more

SKU: OLVGMJXYS
Barcode: 607498004529

177 in stock

$2.85 Incl. GST

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    Description

    Lan Vang Yin Si Rice Vermicelli Thin is a product from Lan Vang, a brand that produces rice vermicelli in Vietnam. Yin Si is the Chinese pronunciation of the Vietnamese word "yến sào," which refers to bird's nest, a highly valued delicacy in Chinese cuisine.

    This particular product is a type of thin rice vermicelli made from rice flour and water, and it is a popular ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine. It is gluten-free and low in fat, making it a healthy and nutritious option for those with dietary restrictions.

    In Vietnamese cuisine, rice vermicelli is often used in dishes such as Bun Cha (grilled pork with rice vermicelli), Bun Thit Nuong (grilled pork with rice vermicelli and vegetables), and Pho (a type of noodle soup). The thin rice vermicelli is typically soaked in hot water for a few minutes before being added to the dish.

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