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Pumpkin Rice Noodles

Pumpkin Rice Noodles - delicious rice noodles stir-fried with ground pork and pumpkin. This amazing Taiwanese noodles is very easy to make at home | rasamalaysia.com

Pumpkin Rice Noodles

Pumpkin Rice Noodles – delicious rice noodles stir-fried with ground pork and pumpkin. This amazing Taiwanese noodles is very easy to make at home.

Published on Oct 16, 2011. Updated with new photos.

Pumpkin Rice Noodles - delicious rice noodles stir-fried with ground pork and pumpkin. This amazing Taiwanese noodles is very easy to make at home | rasamalaysia.com

This pumpkin noodles with minced pork is one of my favorite noodle recipes. I love to order this at my favorite Taiwanese noodle house. The pumpkin rice noodles oozes the sweet taste of pumpkin which adds a nice texture and color to the dish. This is a quite and easy recipe that is both tasty and filling. The abundant supply of pumpkin in Fall means that you can use it to make this wonderful dish.

Pumpkin Rice Noodles - delicious rice noodles stir-fried with ground pork and pumpkin. This amazing Taiwanese noodles is very easy to make at home | rasamalaysia.com

As simple as it appears, pumpkin rice noodle is actually a very delicious dish. It’s a comfort food to many people, especially the Taiwanese people. The rice noodle is a delight to eat, soaking in the sweetness of the pumpkin as well as the savory tastes of the seasoning sauces. For this recipe, you will need fresh pumpkin as canned pumpkin just won’t work. Instead of regular pumpkin, you can also use kabocha squash for this recipe. Try it, I am sure you will be delighted with the amazing great taste.

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  1. Anna says:

    Page 2 reads “Sorry, what you are looking for is not here”

  2. Mark Cheledinas via Facebook says:

    wow, this sounds good…thanks

  3. Irene Chan via Facebook says:

    I just cooked this pumpkin bee hoon last Thursday. Next time try to add some Chinese celery ^_^

  4. kankana says:

    I never added pumpkins to noodle but i am sure it will taste good! Just bought a lot of pumpkins yesterday .. will try it

  5. Jayne says:

    This reminds me of my ex-colleague who occasionally made a very similar dish. She always shared some with me. I miss her and this dish so much. Alas, my hubby doesn’t like pumpkin. I’ll try this again in the soon future and see if his tastes have changed. :-)

  6. I Love this recipe using vermicelli noodles, pumpkin, bean sprouts and the ground pork. What a terrific and unique way to showcase and enjoy pumpkin and noodles! Thanks for sharing, Bee !

  7. H. Ng says:

    Just to let you know that I really like your new cookbook!

    I read the instructions for your pumpkin rice noodles. I am confused.
    When do you add the bean sprouts to the wok? I would appreciate clarification.

    Thanks

  8. Debbie Woo says:

    Just tried this recipe and loved it! Even the kids ate it! And my friend, Carolyn – who is your friend too, came over and had some too! Love your recipes!

  9. my hushand came from Xi An, a city in the south west China, a city full of “noodle junkies”. i need make this for him tonight :)

  10. Ashley says:

    What is the difference between soy sauce and sweet soy sauce, and where can I get the sweet soy sauce? Thank you!

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  12. tiffany says:

    hi!

    sorry, maybe this is obvious but do i use uncooked pumpkin or precooked pumpkin. and also, the brand of rice noodle i have takes a long time to cook when its boiled. will it cook the same if i throw it in dried? or would it be better to pre boil in this case?

    thanks!

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