Our Hot and Dry Noodles are almost ready to eat...
All you need to do is follow our simple cooking instructions to complete the cooking process and enjoy fresh, homemade noodles at home!
HOT AND DRY WUHAN NOODLES
Stove-top: Bring pot of water to a rolling boil. Season water with salt. Separate noodles and add to water. After 1 minute, add greens to the pot with noodles. Boil for 1 more minute, or until noodles float to the top and are soft.
Strain noodles. Pour peanut sauce directly onto hot noodles, along with pickles and crushed peanuts. Mix everything together thoroughly.
Couldn't finish your entire jianbing at market?
Follow our simple re-heating instructions to enjoy the rest of your meal at home.
Jianbing are best eaten right away at the market, but if you decide to eat it later, make sure to tell the market associate and they will pack up wontons separately for you. This is so the wontons do not get soggy.
Once home, heat your oven to 350 F and wrap your jianbing (no wontons yet) in aluminum foil. Heat for 10 minutes in the oven.
Once hot, unwrap your jianbing carefully, and put the wontons in the middle of your jianbing. Rewrap and enjoy! This may be too hot to hold, so if that is the case it may be best to eat with a fork and knife.