It is supposed that noodles are an essential ingredient and staple in Chinese cuisine. Chinese noodles vary widely according to the region of production, ingredients, shape or width, and manner of preparation.
In China, making “hand-pulled” noodles is an art involving holding the stretched out paste in both hands and whirling it around several times. Then the paste is laid out on a board and folded and refolded repeatedly. Eventually, the paste is transformed into long, thin, noodles. While in China it is still possible to watch vendors make hand-pulled noodles, nowadays most noodles are made by machine.
In this video, this Chinese noodle shop is making Dao Xiao Mian and very specialized noodle dish from the Shanxi province where the dough is sliced from the top into boiling water. But in this case, it’s done by a robot.
People who watched this video said that they found it extremely interesting when technology is becoming more adavnced. Human must not work hard to make noodles and they can spend much time on making other process.
Like many food-making robots, watching Noodlebot is strangely mesmerizing. Noodlebot makes for some pretty awesome pre-dinner entertainment and some customers find him irresistible.
Video source: Alli Jiang
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