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Wonton noodles,sometimes called wanton mee is a Cantonese noodle dish which is popular in Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.In Hong Kong, the most traditional way of pressing the dough is by using a huge bamboo stalk .

Bamboo beaten wanton noodle

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Cheryl Chan
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Wonton noodles,sometimes called wanton mee is a Cantonese noodle dish which is popular in Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.In Hong Kong, the most traditional way of pressing the dough is by using a huge bamboo stalk .
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Bamboo Beaten Wanton Noodle Stock Photo 465683473Hong Kong,Chinese Culture,Chinese Food,Indoors,Noodles,Wonton,Food,Color Image,Dumpling,Freshness,Horizontal,Large Group of Objects,No People,PhotographyPhotographer Collection: Moment @ 2013 Cheryl ChanWonton noodles,sometimes called wanton mee is a Cantonese noodle dish which is popular in Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.In Hong Kong, the most traditional way of pressing the dough is by using a huge bamboo stalk .