Thai rice stick noodles are a versatile ingredient in many Thai and other South East Asian dishes. The noodles are  similar in size to tagliatelle, but unlike pasta they are gluten-free as well as being vegan and vegetarian.
These rice stick noodles are great for soaking up robust flavours - try adding them to broths a couple of minutes before serving. They're also great stir-fried in dishes such as Pad Thai - just soak them in hot water for 6-8 minutes, drain and toss into the wok.
Kirin brand provides export quality 3mm – about the same width as linguine pasta - rice sticks that are both easy to make and the perfect complement to home Thai cooking. Simply leave in boiling water for 7 to 10 minutes until they are soft, but not falling apart, where after they are ready to toss into your sauce! If you are preparing a soup and wish to add rice noodles, then leave them in boiling water for a slightly shorter time so that they don’t become too saturated when added to the soup