|Place of origin||Hong Kong|
|Region or state||Hong Kong|
|Main ingredients||Wheat flour, tapioca flour, salt, potassium carbonate, water|
|Literal meaning||raw noodle|
Saang mein is a type of Chinese noodle found in Hong Kong. It is often available in overseas Chinatowns.
It is made of wheat flour, tapioca flour, salt, potassium carbonate, and water.
Saang mein can be cooked quickly similarly to ramen noodles. It is known for a more smooth and soapy texture. It can be eaten plain or with additional sesame oil. Vegetables such as kai-lan can be added. The noodle does have a wheat taste. It is served hot.
|Dim sum and yum cha|
|Desserts and pastry|
|Condiments and spices|