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Bea at La Tartine Gourmande

I love those Thai soups and you are right, it is always easy to find coriander roots. When you mention stems instead, do you mean leaves? or the stems attached to the leaves? Sorry for a silly question but not being an English native can still play tricks to me!
I wonder if we can use Bean noodles too.
This looks delicious and I will definitely try it. Thank you!

Bea at La Tartine Gourmande

Oops, correction, "...is NOT easy to find coriander roots."

Lyn

Bea, I do indeed mean the stems attached to the leaves, not the leaves.

I think what you're referring to as "bean" noodles are in fact glass noodles (also called bean thread) they are made out of mung beans and when gcooked look shiny and clear. Go ahead and use bean noodles!

randi

This would be perfect for the asian noodle soup cook-off going on right now at egullet.

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