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Glass noodles or cellophane noodles take their name from their transparent appearance when cooked.
This dip also accompanies perfectly cooked, triangular, deep-fried shrimp rolls ($4.95) additionally stuffed with cellophane noodles and vegetables.
Also known as bean thread or cellophane noodles, these thin strands, made from bean starch, cook in minutes right in the hot pot and turn translucent.
Made from mung bean starch, glass noodles are also referred to as mien or cellophane noodles.
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