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What kind of noodles do you use to make Chinese restaurant-style crispy noodles snacks?

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What kind of noodles do you use to make Chinese restaurant-style crispy noodles snacks?

nycguy20011 | Nov 15, 2013 12:15 PM

What kind of noodles do you use to make Chinese restaurant-style crispy noodles snacks? I mean the complimentary crispy noodles that can usually be found before your entrees arrive. The ones I always crave are wide (kind of like papardelle's width), greasy and have a rough, crumbly surface. My best guess would be that they cut up egg roll dough and fry it, but I tried that and it ended up with a flat surface and not as greasy---or as tasty!

Any advice on how to end up with the crispy noodles I'm looking for?

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