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The Story of Guanmiao Noodle

Guan Miao Noodle is a local cuisine in Guan Miao, Tainan. It is said to have more than hundred years of history.

Back in the days, pickling and drying used to be common methods of food preservation. The sun drying process not only helps preserving these noodles, but also gives Guan Miao Noodles a unique taste and chewy texture.

Nowadays, the process of sun drying is often replaced by noodle roasting machines. However, it is hard for machines to produce the similar taste that comes from nature.

The Making Process of Guan Miao Noodle

1. Dough Formation

To make the perfect dough for Guan Miao Noodle, flour and water are mixed depending on a specific ratio. According to various factors such as mixing time, weather, and temperature, the end result may differ, which is why this process requires years of experience and expertise.

2. Dough Rolling

The process of dough rolling determines the flexibility and stretchiness of each noodle.

3. Noodle Folding

Back in the days, people folded each portion of noodle into a “fan shape” and placed them onto bamboo woven sieves afterwards. This process has made sun drying, packaging, and storage more convenient as well.

4. Sun Drying

Sun Drying is a two-day process. However, a shower of rain or blazing sun might ruin the whole process. Therefore, we had come up with the idea of “Sun House” to keep the noodles away from rainfall and windy weather.

5. Packaging

At last, each piece of noodle will be packed into various packages -- and this is how Sunchi’s products are made!