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The Asian Kit

The Asian Kit

A complete Asian delight with Rice Noodles, Rice Vermicelli and Rice Sheets ready to spice up your meals

Naturally Gluten Free

Enjoy our rice products worry-free! Made from 100% Rice, our products are naturally gluten-free, ensuring a delicious and safe option for those with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease.

Non Bleached

Pure and natural, our rice products are non-bleached, preserving their authentic taste and nutritional value. Enjoy the wholesome goodness without any harmful chemicals or additives.

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Hey there, noodle lover! Ready to make some delicious Jvapa Rice Noodles or Rice Vermicelli? Let's Dive In!


Boil and Soak: Grab a pot and fill it with water. Bring it to a boil. Once boiling, turn off the flame and add your Jvapa Rice Noodles/Vermicelli. Let them soak in the boiling water for about 10 mins for Noodles and 1 min for Vermicelli. Keep an eye on them – you don’t want to overcook these beauties!
Strain and Rinse: Once the noodles are cooked, pour them into a strainer and give them a good rinse under cold water. This stops the cooking process and keeps them from getting mushy. Pro tip: If your noodles get mushy and stick together from keeping them aside for too long, just run them in some water and they will be good to go.
Serve and Enjoy: Now comes the fun part – eating! Serve your noodles with your favorite soup or stir-fry them with some fresh veggies. Whether it’s a hearty broth or a quick stir-fry, these noodles will be the star of your dish.

And that’s it! You’ve just made a delicious meal with Jvapa Rice Noodles. Simple, right? For detailed instructions or a video reference, checkout our blog, How to Cook Rice Noodles - The Ultimate Guide🍜

For Rice Paper follow these simple steps and get the perfect roll every time-

Moisten the Rice Paper: Dip a single rice paper sheet into normal water for just 5-8 seconds until the entire surface is moistened. The sheet should be soft enough to work with but not overly mushy. As you place the fillings, the rice paper will gradually soften.
Filling and Rolling: Place your desired fillings on the moistened rice paper. Ensure a tight roll by minimizing air pockets. This is essential as air bubbles can pop during frying, leading to a wasted roll. Tightly tuck in the sides as you roll to create stronger corners, providing additional layers for a secure and appealing presentation.
Serve and Enjoy!

Ingredients and Nutritional Information-
Jvapa Rice Noodles, Rice Vermicelli and Rice Paper are made from 100% Rice and some Water.

Nutritional Info. (Per 100g)-

Jvapa Rice Noodles- Energy 356 Kcal, Protein 3.4g, Fat 0.36g, Carbohydrate 86.16g of which sugar 0g, Dietary Fibre 2g, Sodium 5.6mg, Iron 1.06mg, Calcium 24.24mg, Potassium 18.35mg

Jvapa Rice Vermicelli- Energy 350 Kcal, Protein 6g.8, Fat 10.6g, Carbohydrate 80.2g of which sugar 0g, Dietary Fibre 2g, Sodium 3mg

Jvapa Rice Sheets- Energy 388 Kcal, Protein 3.5g, Fat 1g, Carbohydrate 78.9g of which sugar 0g, Dietary Fibre 1.5g, Phosphorus 1.1g

  • How do you prevent rice noodles from sticking together?

Don’t boil the noodles, just boil some water, turn off the heat and Soak them.
Always keep them slightly undercooked while soaking. They cook completely in the pan. This way they won't stick too much.
Carefully rinse them under cold water after soaking. If your noodles get sticky while they are kept aside, just run them in water again and they will be good to use.

  • Are rice noodles suitable for gluten-free diets?

Yes, rice noodles are naturally gluten free. They are perfect to use for such diets.

  • What are rice paper sheets used for?

Rice Paper can be used to make delicious wraps, rolls or even samosas. You can use a variety of fillings to make your roll and enjoy them directly or after frying.

  • How to get a softer texture in stir-fry dishes? They feel undercooked!

No worries. If you feel the noodles are undercooked or you want a softer texture, just sprinkle some water on your dish and let it steam for a minute. The rice noodles will be ready for you to serve and enjoy!