Friday, 10 October 2014


Sizzling noodles are meals presented with a sizzling plate. The process is quite simple. An oiled cast iron thick plate is heated over a flame to just less than the oil smoking temperature. This is then transferred to a trivet or carrier wooden tray and the food served onto the iron plate. Immediately it will begin to sizzle and splatter somewhat.
The sizzling food needs to be brought to the diner's table immediately as the heat will dissipate enough to stop the sizzling quite quickly. The caste iron will retain heat for sometime so it's worth reminding diners of the hot plate.

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