Learn about the Origins of Silk

Have you ever wondered what goes into the popular dish known as nui? In this article, we will uncover the hidden ingredients behind this widely enjoyed meal.


What is nui made of? Nui making process

Nui is made from a mixture of flour and water. During the kneading process, eggs and additives are incorporated to create a cohesive dough.

The nui making process involves the following steps:

  1. Mixing the flour and water together.
  2. Kneading the mixture into a compact mass and shaping it through pressing, rolling, or molding.
  3. Drying the nui and cooling it with a fan for approximately 7 hours.
  4. Packaging the nui, with the option of automated packaging, classified by the package type.

Types of nui

Types of nui

  • Tube-shaped noodles (approximately 15 cm in length).
  • Curved tubes.
  • Butterfly shape.
  • Twist shape.
  • Star shape.
  • Fried nui (processed and packaged form).

Nui processing techniques

Depending on the type of nui, different processing techniques are used. Tube-shaped nui is commonly used in various dishes such as [insert dish names], while twisted nui and star-shaped nui are often consumed as they are small and soft.

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Above are the information about nui and its processing techniques. We hope this information will be helpful for housewives in terms of choosing and processing food made from nui. Wishing you all good health!