Noodles are a Vietnamese comfort food you’ll find in many eateries, restaurants, easy-to-make family recipes, and traditional cuisine. Noodles come in numerous varieties, used in pho and countless dishes. Browsing your local Ontario grocery store or even going online to see what’s available, you will find dozens of brands and noodle types. Here are 9 types of Vietnamese noodles used in traditional dishes and family recipes that we know you’ll love!
Some More multi millet noodles
Multi millet noodles from the Some More brand come free from any preservatives, or artificial flavours and colors. It’s a healthy, all-natural noodle type you can count on to come delicious, ready for a tasting, and can help take your flavors up a notch.
Meishi Vietnamese gluten free rice noodles
A huge complaint many have on riceles nood is that they aren’t gluten free. This makes them inedible for a number of people, unfortunately. Meishi noodles are thin and flat made from Vietnamese rice, and commonly used in Vietnamese pho.
Lion Star rice vermicelli
Lion Star rice vermicelli is one of Vietnam’s favourite rice vermicelli noodle brands. If you’re unfamiliar with vermicelli, this is a great starting point. A pack from Lion Star comes ready for flavoring, carrying a dish to something even more spectacular.Read More