Noodle | Ramen | Kway Teow
Ramen, Kway Teow, Noodle Wholesale Supplier & Manufacturer in Singapore.
Noodles, Kway Teow, Ramen, manufacturer and wholesale supplier in Singapore. We manufacture & supply both healthy and normal noodles. Manufacturer and Supplier of Mee Kia, Mee Pok, Whole Egg noodle for wanton mee, Ramen, Kway Teow, Kway Chap, Hor Fun, Yellow Mee, Bee Hoon as well as all other types of noodle products. Not to mention healthy Wholemeal noodles too.
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Whole egg noodle as the name implies have more egg mix in the noodle making with wheat and water says supplier. From our suppliers understanding, whole egg noodle have a smoother after-cook texture and is more savory. Thus the cost is higher compare to traditional mee kia or mee pok with shorter shelve life. Local wanton noodles vendors used whole egg noodle.
Ramen is a term in Japanese called Noodle or in mandarin La Mien are chinese wheat noodles made from flour, water and salt dipped in alkali content. Manufacturers produce ramen using industrial machine for it consistent taste and quality. However, some traditional noodle stalls still uses manual method for their specialised taste.
Mee Kia and Mee Pok
Both Mee Kia and Mee Pok have the same based ingredient are yellow in colour. The different lies only in the shape. Mee Kia is long thin and round shaped, Mee Pok on the other hand is long and flat. Most of these noodles suppliers supply these noodles to local noodles stalls who couples them with fishball, surimi products or minced meat.
Hor Fun, Ipoh Hor Fun or Kway Teow are make from mainly rice flour and other ingredient and steaming. They are white in colour, flat and smooth in long strips for kway Teow and in rectangular or square pieces for Hor fun. Hor Fun is made popular in Singapore in stir fried or broth style. Char Kway Teow or fried kway teow is a popular local dish.