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|Alternative names||Cooked noodles|
|Place of origin||China|
|Main ingredients||Wheat flour, eggs, egg whites, salt, corn oil, sodium benzoate|
|Cookbook: Oil noodles Media: Oil noodles|
|Literal meaning||oil noodle|
Most oil noodles require boiling or cooking. Some come ready in a pre-cooked state. They can be served hot or cold. Sauce, meat, broth or vegetables can be added.
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