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AROUND THE WORLD IN NINE NOODLES.

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Slurp, twirl, scoop or sip — Nine very good reasons to explore these incredible countries.


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1  |  SHOYU RAMEN JAPAN

Japanese by origin, the noodles are Chinese-style wheat noodles, but its soy sauce based broth is pure Asian comfort food. Basically, ramen is life.


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2  |  CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP USA

Who doesn't love chicken noodle soup? And it's even better from an all-American diner, where they serve it with cheesy crackers, a bread roll and usually as a 'side dish' to your actual meal. 



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3  |  TALLARINES VERDES 
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Okay, so it looks like a bi-product from The Ghostbusters, but it tastes like heaven. This dish is a creamier take on pesto pasta, but the key difference is evaporated milk. 



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4  |  PAPPARDELLE SICILY

The widest, most robust, ribbons of pasta in the repertoire, match your pappardelle with a drop of Sicilian red wine. Utter perfection.



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5  |  SPAETZLE 
GERMANY

These simple soft egg noodles usually sit beneath a saucy meat dish, but a knob of butter and some chopped parsley is equally delicious.

 


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6  |  TRENETTE ITALY

The kingpins of pasta, Italians love their trenette: narrow and flat, these noods are similar to linguine but are never over-complicated. A simple glug of pesto will suffice.

 

 

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7  |  PAYASAM INDIA

Indian noodle pudding is traditionally called payasam, and this milk-based dessert is usually made for Indian festivals. Toppings include ginger, golden raisins and cashews.

 


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8  |  PAD THAI 
THAILAND

Pad Thai is awful. Said no one ever. It is however, a tricky little number to master, so why even bother? Jump on a plane and experience the real deal for yourself. See you soon, Thailand.  

 



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9  |  ASHEH RESHTEH AZERBAIJAN

A thick wintery soup packed with thin noodles, beans and herbs, it’s native to Iran and Azerbaijan, and often referred to as Persian noodle soup. No wall flower, this one’s a hearty stomach-filler. 

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ABOUT ANNA SARJEANT

As a self-confessed travel addict, the majority of my wage, time and daydreams are spent seeing as much of the planet as my pay packet will allow. My love for a good jaunt may have been brought on by an inquisitive mind, but I am more inclined to think it was induced by several childhood holidays spent in a rain-lashed caravan. Up a mountain. On a farm. In Britain. Bored.

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