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|CathyZ from Kauai||
Oooh- I made this and these noodles are terrific. Got to make them again.
Joined: Dec 10, 2005
Posted to Thread #21190 at 7:23 pm on Dec 14, 2011
I found that the Rooster brand gets vinegary if it sits on the shelf a long time. I try to get a really fresh bottle when I buy it (it turns over quickly here on the island) and it is fine. I keep it in the fridge.
I love all your ideas, Karen- I use it in Mexican food, Thai, other Asian foods, sometimes even squirt a bit into mayo as a spread for sandwiches.
Other messages in this thread:
- 21190. For Cathy Z or anyone who cooks with Asian ingredients - KarenNoCA - 12:06pm on 12/14/11 (6)
- REC: Original 1970-80s NYC Cold Szechwan Sesame Noodles - Richard in Cincy - 12:36pm on 12/14/11
- Thank you Richard, these sound wonderful. Are you not eating them now? - KarenNoCA - 1:45pm on 12/14/11
- I want some for breakfast! [NT] - AngAk1 - 1:56pm on 12/14/11
- Oooh- I made this and these noodles are terrific. Got to make them again. - CathyZ from Kauai - 7:23pm on 12/14/11
- Oh yum - me want some too! [NT] - deb-in-MI - 6:17am on 12/15/11
- Thank you Karen, I'm going to look for this. I also think the rooster brand is a bit vinegary, [NT] - Curious1 - 3:51pm on 12/14/11