Video: Nothing hits the spot like a big steaming bowl of salty, fatty, delicious noodles. We can't promise it will fill you up in dessert form, but watching SweetAmbs work is satisfying enough. Gentle piped icing is the basis for the noodles as well as the char siu pork, soft-boiled egg, chopsticks and narutomaki (the pink and while swirly thing, which is normally made of fish paste). The level of precision involved means recreating these biscuits is about as easy as making actual noodles at home, but there's some level of non-aspirational contentment in watching someone really talented just do their thing.
Biscuits That Look Like Noodles Are Too Adorable To Eat
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