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Famous Oriental YouTuber, Li Ziqi Launches A Noodle Brand & It’s Available In Malaysia

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If you love binge-watching food videos on YouTube, then you definitely can’t miss out on this YouTube sensation, Li Ziqi, an internationally known food & country-life blogger from Sichuan, China.

She utilised her 11.8-million followers YouTube platform to showcase her talent in creating amalgamation of China’s traditional cuisine and DIY art crafts from scratch, often using just basic ingredients and tools.

Li Ziqi is enjoying her homemade cooked luosifen, river snail noodle with her grandmother.

She even ventured into being an entrepreneur and launched her own instant noodles brand: Li Ziqi’s Liuzhou Luosifen, basically river snail noodle. This noodle is notorious for its uniquely pungent smell, either you love it or hate it, there’s no in-between!

Good Food That’s Worth The Wait

Luosifen or river snail noodle is a speciality dish that originated from Liuzhou, Guangxi located in Southern China.

This noodle soup broth takes 8 hours to make it, infused and boiled with hearty ingredients such as river snails and pork bones, also spices including cinnamon, star anise, clove and ginger.

Sour bamboo shoots selected from large, sweet bamboo shoots are added to the noodles.

On top of that, you can add in your preferred toppings for instance minced pork, tofu skin, crunchy peanuts and bamboo shoots. If you want your noodle to have a kick, feel free add in chilli oil as well.

However fret not, with Li Ziqi’s Liuzhou Luosifen, you just need 10 minutes to make yourself a bowl of hot, mouth-watering luosifen!

Just 3 Simple Steps To Cook Luosifen

Step 1: Add cold water to the noodle in the pot and cook for 10 minutes with high heat. After 10 minutes, drain the water out of the cooked noodles. You can also add 2 drops of vinegar to further enhance the noodles taste!

Step 2: Pour the soup broth into the cooked noodles. Add in 400ml cold water and cook for 1 minute.

Step 3: Serve the noodles in a bowl and add in the toppings. Stir the toppings with the noodles, you can also add lettuce to have a fibre boost.

Voilà, once you complete these 3 steps, be ready to slurp these noodles 😋

Have you tried Li Ziqi’s Liuzhou Luosifen? What do you think? 🤔

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Posted by Deliciouse.com on Tuesday, 4 August 2020

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