Fried Rice Noodles

Turkish thin or thick fried rice noodles that can be used as an addition to any dish and as a very tasty snack

  • AdditionsType
  • EasyDifficulty
  • 15-30 minPrep. Time
  • 3Serving/Unit


Rice noodles, 250 g
thick or thin
Canola oil, 3 tablespoons
Onion, 2-3 tablespoons
Salt, 1 flat teaspoon
Black pepper, 1 pinch
Water, as needed


1. Fry the chopped onion in oil over medium heat and in a large pot for about two minutes until it becomes translucent.
2. While the onions are in the pot, break the rice noodles (sticks).
3. Add the broken noodles to the pot and stir constantly until the noodles are fried and golden (some more and some less).
4. Add water (1-2 cups), salt and ground pepper to taste.
5. Stir constantly. If the water is absorbed quickly, add more so that there is some water at the bottom of the pot.
6. Lower the heat, cover, taste and adjust seasoning if necessary, and cook for about 5 minutes.
7. Remove from the heat and leave for a few minutes with the lid closed.
8. Bon appetite (:
Comments and variations:
1. The rice sticks should be broken in a large and clean plastic bag. The length of the pieces does not have to be the same.
2. The prepared noodles can be eaten as they are as an addition to any dish. Some ideas for noodle toppings: grated salted vegan cheese, chopped dried fruit with or without chopped nuts, stir-fried, steamed or baked vegetables, beans and more.

The preparation method also includes cooking. The spices in the recipe are according to personal taste.

Nutritional Values Serving/Unit 100 Grams
Calories 390 cal 353 cal
Proteins 6 g 5 g
Carbohydrates 70 g 63 g
Fat 9 g 8 g
The nutritional values appearing on this website are intended to provide general information only, and do not constitute a recommendation, a substitute for consulting a specialist or receiving medical advice.
Ruth Trechtman Recipe by Ruth Trechtman
Fried Rice Noodles
Turkish style rice noodles