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Where can I get raw prawn and/or egg based noodles in Poland?


FoodHunter    
27 Mar 2016  #1

I've been googling and most of the stuff I found point toward Hala Mirowska. I went there several times(its on my way to Uni) and there's no raw shrimp there.

I found some frozen shrimp(more expensive but lower quality) and some pre -boiled shrimp at Wola park but pre-boiled shrimp tasted bland and whenever you cook em it's going to be overcooked and feels rubbery. also, I need to get the juice from the prawn

and for the noodles, I've asked the Vietnam shop around my uni and they refused to disclose where they get their supply. Actually they said they don't know but in my experience, the cooks usually know where he/she got their stuff. at least the company name. I guess maybe they didnt want me to stop coming there. :(

pweeg3    
27 Mar 2016  #2

Get frozen, uncooked prawns from a fishmonger. They can order them.
OP FoodHunter    
28 Mar 2016  #3

pweeg3, you mean just get the frozen shrimp or ask the fishmonger?
pweeg3    
29 Mar 2016  #4

If they don't have them, ask them to order you some. You order anything in my experience, maybe have pay in advance.
johnny reb 15 | 2,954    
21 Feb 2018  #5

they refused to disclose where they get their supply

Egg noodles are very easy to make from scratch.
Give my recipe a try.

Mix Eggs and Flour until the mixture is a pancake consistency.
add a dash of salt & pepper.
Bring a pan of water to a simmer (not boiling) and drizzle the mixture on top of the simmering water.
Cook until you have the softness of noodle you want.
Take out and cut in strips the width of the noodle you want.

Better then anything you can buy.
jon357 69 | 13,456    
21 Feb 2018  #6

There's a good fish shop at ul. Wiktorska 6 in Mokotow. They have decent seafood.The shop's called Switez. There is (or was) also a very good stall in the market on ul. Odynca, however I haven't been there for a while.

d drizzle the mixture on top of the simmering water....Take out and cut in strips the width of the noodle you want.

You can also pour through a colander providing the pan of boiling water is big enough to set them right away and you hold the colander at the right height.
johnny reb 15 | 2,954    
22 Feb 2018  #7

You can also pour through a colander

Be great doing it that way for spaghetti noodles. Thank you.
I like mine thicker like kluski though for chicken noodle soup and beef stroganoff.



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