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randyjl Jan 21, 2008 04:00 PM

I would like to buy some skinny noodles like one gets in canned soup. I can't find them in any market so far in the Dallas area.

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  1. paulj RE: randyjl Jan 21, 2008 04:21 PM

    Have you looked at the Mexican soup noodles that come in 8oz bags ('fideos')?

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      JockY RE: randyjl Jan 21, 2008 08:34 PM

      How about angel hair pasta from the Italian deli.

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        sea97horse RE: randyjl Jan 22, 2008 06:54 AM

        You might also see them labelled "angel hair nests." You should also check the Asian aisle of your supermarket --

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          Jimbosox04 RE: randyjl Jan 22, 2008 06:58 AM

          ramen noodles always work, with the sodium packet that is.

          1. chef chicklet RE: randyjl Jan 22, 2008 07:07 AM

            Try the Jewish foods section there are bags of those, I just saw them at my store because I'm thinking I want to make homemade chicken soup, but make it lighter with thin noodles.
            The brand is Manishewitz.

            1. danhole RE: randyjl Jan 22, 2008 07:40 AM

              Look for vermicelli. It's tha same as the mexican fideo's.

              1. coll RE: randyjl Jan 22, 2008 07:47 AM

                Egg noodles come in three sizes: "fine" is the size you're looking for. Although I prefer broad or medium myself, but you're right, if you make soup with the fine it magically tastes similar to canned.
                Penn Dutch and all the other noodle companies make these. Around here, they're always on the bottom shelf with the pastas.

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