Chef Kin Jing Mark making noodles

Chef Kin Jing Mark making noodles to demonstrate the principle of halfing.

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1. Comment rated too low. Show this comment irishgek 4 years ago

Lol great video and when he says 12 straight away i thoguht of 4mb ram (you either get this or you dont)

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2. Esthreel 4 years ago

Just WOW... :O

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3. justice-league 4 years ago

Wow!!! Science + Maths = great tasting noodles!!! Amazing!!!

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4. yajirou 4 years ago

#3 Science.. isn't it just cooking? Yet real noodles are awesome instead of those cheap factory crap you usually get for 50 cent or something!

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5. LeonPSP 4 years ago

He made it look so freaking easy ! what a pro.

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6. afushake 4 years ago

freaking awesome, now i will go eat chineese soup!

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7. badboy007 4 years ago

I love the way he says "its very finee" at the end lol

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8. zamuraii 4 years ago

Now im hungry

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9. c2quad 4 years ago

Nihao! from meh ..LOL

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10. cowboyjimmy 4 years ago

Wow very authentic and amazing!

This is called "Lanzhou Lamian", (Lanzhou is a Northwestern city in China, where this kind of noodle was originated; and Lamian means "stretched noodles";)

In a typical Lanzhou Lamian restaurant/diner/joint, you can choose the shape (band or column) and thickness of your noodle to your preference. Some 6 or 7 grades to choose from.

The noodle is served in a beef-chicken-herbs soup, with slices of beef and turnip, as well as shallot, coriander and fried red pepper on top. It is fascinating to watch the chefs stretch the dough like magic. So it is to start digging in.

It's suggested that you should go visit China when you have the chance. Lots of culinary pleasures to discover there, which will make you think that Americans really don't know how to cook.

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11. Sizzlik (admin) 4 years ago

what i like to know now is how to make the dough for those type of looks like Flubber..seems to be really special

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12. expiry 4 years ago

I WAN'T THEM ALL!!!!!! om nomnonom

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13. huldu 4 years ago

What the *bleep* just happened? Never seen anything like that before. That was true magic in my eyes.

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14. HazarTur 2 years ago

Nuudllll :D hahah awesome :)