Soba Flour: Buckwheat - Buckwheat is a terrific flour for pancakes and makes tasty noodles
Chinese rice noodles and rice vermicelli are the most known rice noodles out there. However, other ethnicities such as Vietnamese and Indonesian also have their own versions. Rice noodles come in various forms: fresh, dried, thick, thin, sticks, bundles and even in macaroni shape. They taste great in soups or cold salads.
Thai Glass Noodles
Flour: Mung Bean
Gluten-free? Yes, but make sure it's made in a wheat-free facility
Thai call them glass noodles whereas Chinese call them bean threads or bean vermicelli. They are also known as cellophane noodles and usually turn translucent after being cooked.
Flour: Potato Family
Japanese harusame is made with potato flour; the greyish Korean dang myun is made with sweet potato flour. The popular Tofu Shirataki is made with yam flour and tofu.
Pure Yam or Pure Sweet Potato noodles
When I order Sukiyaki I ask for both Mung Bean noodles and the wider Yam Noodles. When I make it at home I go 50-50 with each
Kelp noodles - Have not run in2 these
Picture is Rice noodles.
OP Potatoes have a natural sprout that is very much like a pasta noodle. Best if you choose another noodle looking item instead. Stick with Gnocchi.
If improperly made they can be used as lead weights for fishing.
But U have been warned nor did I even have the time to scroll down to find the Gnocchi cause its time again to go to one more waste of my tyme but they will feed me real real good and amaze me with technical Mumbo Jumbo and expect me to sprinkle my Whiffledust and make Consultants magic - Alas even a Magician ain't got any bag of tricks that's going to work Other then wasting their Cold Had Cash in2 my somewhat empty wallet so WTF and Lunch-Meeting starts at 1PM cause rain has delayed people arriving from Los Angeles forcing that private plane to land at a bigger runway then the local Palomar closer to the meeting but hey my stomach is not so much so happy about this unexpected delay.