What is the other ways to cook misua?

@Niah1976 (733)
Philippines
April 13, 2009 12:48pm CST
Hi there! i just want to have new recipes on how to cook misua. I usually cook it as soup. I wonder if there are some other way to cook it.
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@Canellita (12059)
• United States
16 Apr 09
Did you mean miso? Or did you mean some type of noodle as was suggested by one of your comments? I have heard of miso, which is often used in soups but not misua.
@Niah1976 (733)
• Philippines
16 Apr 09
It's a very thin noodles. it's kinda salty. i don't know if it's angel hair noodles. i think chinese love this food. i saw them eating it during new year as some kind of good luck.
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@Canellita (12059)
• United States
16 Apr 09
I have never heard of this noodle. Angel hair is made from semolina but perhaps the name is used the same way vermicelli is used for Vietnamese rice noodles because it is a way to allow people to identify the noodle with something they know. I now wonder if it is made from miso.
• India
15 Apr 09
From which country you are. What is this dish misua. Please explain this I am very interested in eating new type of food material.
@Niah1976 (733)
• Philippines
16 Apr 09
i'm from the philippines. it is kind of noodles which is so thin and kinda salty.
@ANTIQUELADY (36491)
• United States
14 Apr 09
niah, i don't even know what it is?
@Niah1976 (733)
• Philippines
14 Apr 09
i'm not sure if its angel hair noodles.
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