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Stir-fried Juanfen Noodles.jpg
Stir-fried juanfen noodles, served in Qiubei, Wenshan prefecture, Yunnan province, China
Type Chinese noodles
Place of origin China
Created by Han people
Main ingredients Non-glutinous rice
Other information Served in broth, or stir fried.
  • Cookbook: Juanfen
  •   Media: Juanfen

Juanfen (pinyin: juǎnfěn) is a type of flat rice noodle in China.[1] It is made from ordinary non-glutinous rice.

Juanfen Noodles in Guangnan, Wenshan, Yunnan, China (2015-12-01).jpg

Pictured left is a bowl of juǎnfěn (卷粉) as served 2015-12-01 in Guangnan, Wenshan, Yunnan, China. In addition to a vegetable broth and the noodles themselves, ingredients include lettuce, thinly cut tomato slices, fried peanuts, spring onion, zhe'ergen (a spicy local rhizome), chilli, powdered white pepper, garlic, soy sauce, powdered Sichuan pepper, and Sichuan pepper oil. The location, external seating on stools around a low table at the roadside, is typical of the region and food.

See also

  • List of noodles
  • Mixian (noodle)
  • Rice, History of domestication and cultivation
  • References

    1. ^ Mooney, E.W. (2008). Beijing. Not just a good food guide. Marshall Cavendish Editions. p. 143. ISBN 978-981-232-997-4. 

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