Rice noodles are a type of noodle made from rice flour, water, and sometimes tapioca starch. They are a common ingredient in Southeast Asian cuisine and are used in dishes such as pho, pad Thai, and stir-fries. Rice noodles come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including flat, thin noodles and thicker, round noodles. The 3mm rice noodles are thin, flat noodles that are commonly used in stir-fries and soups. They are typically cooked by soaking them in hot water for a few minutes until they are soft and pliable. Rice noodles have a mild, slightly sweet flavor and a soft, chewy texture.