Potato starch noodles is a kind of noodle used in Vietnamese cooking. They are long, fine. green-brown. translucent dried noodles. Cook in rapidly boiling water for about 5 minutes or until plump and gelatinous. Overcooking will make them soggy. It is also known as Korean vermicelli.

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