High Output Production Dried Noodle Making Machine made by Bayoran Teknik
Do you know that noodle is one of the most favorited food in the world? In fact, noodles are considered as a primary food in many cultures. The reasons why noodles have such huge appeal is because everyone likes noodles, regardless of age, gender, or race. Like hamburger and pizza, there is something fun about eating noodles. Besides, noodles also come in many types of dishes. The most popular type of noodle dish is probably instant noodles. They are easy to make and come in many different flavors you can choose.
Noodles are made from wheat dough, has a lot of carbohydrates, thus becomes a staple food in many cultures. They generally come in long, thin strips. But there are also many other varieties of noodles, cut into waves, tubes, strings, or cut into other shapes. Noodle dishes are usually cooked in boiling water and served with an accompanying sauce, some are served with soup, some are served without soup.
Different cultures have different terms to call noodle. In the same way, each culture also has their own way in serving noodles. The types of noodle dishes in various cultures include bakmi (Indonesia), Chūka men, Kesme, Kalguksu, Lamian, Mee pok, Pasta (Italy), Reshte, Sōmen, Spätzle, Thukpa (Tibet), Udon (Korea), Kishimen, etc.
Although noodles are said to be originated from China, the English name for noodles was derived from German word “nudel”, and the massively popular instant noodle was invented by a Japanese. It was Momofuku Ando who first produced and marketed the instant noodle in Japan in 1958, about 10 years after the World War II. The instant noodle back then was made by dehydrating seasoned noodles in oil heat. In today’s noodle manufacturing, however, the process of instant noodle making has improved a lot as more and more advanced machinery is invented.
Noodles are said to be originated from China—the dish is mentioned in a book dated to the Eastern Han period (25–220). However, the dish is now popular all over the world. The mass appeal of noodles becomes the main reason why business in noodle industry has spread so vastly and quickly. According to the data from WINA (World Instant Noodle Association), the global demand for instant noodles in 2015 is 97,710 million servings. The number only convey the demand for instant noodles. What about the other variety of noodle dishes like the homemade noodle, street-food noodles, or restaurant noodles? The statistic alone is enough to show how much people like noodles and that the noodle industry is a massive business.
The biggest instant noodle producer in the world is an Indonesian company, Indofood Sukses Makmur. The company first introduced the product of instant noodle in 1970, called “Supermi”, and later they produce ‘Indomie” and “Sarimi”. Their products have a variety of flavors, including Chicken Curry, Onion and Chicken, Bakso (beef meatball), Mie Goreng (fried noodle), and Chicken Soto (traditional chicken soup). Indonesian peoples usually serve the mie (noodle) with add additional ingredients to improve its nutritional value and taste, such as green cabbage, egg, and chili sauce. Although often being criticized as unhealthy food, instant noodles remain popular to this day.
The Dried Noodle
In traditional noodle-making, the noodle maker must make a dough, stretch it, extrude it, or rolled it flat before cutting the dough into long, thin strings. But today, with so much advancement in technology, we can make noodles in a mass production in a short period with the help of noodle manufacturing machinery. The invention of noodle machinery has, by no exaggeration, revolutionized the whole noodle industry.
To make it more convenient in terms of storage, noodles are now produced in dried form. This way, the noodles can last long and are easy to keep in a package for a long period. And more importantly, dried noodles are easy to serve. All you need to do is just boil the dried noodles in hot water and add some seasoning to it. The convenience factor is what makes dried noodles more massively produced than fresh/wet noodles.
Noodle Manufacturing Process
The main ingredients for making noodles are flour, starch, water, salt, water, and of course eggs. The first thing to do is to prepare all the ingredients needed and the automatic noodle making machine will do the rest. The 50-meter long machine will perform all the processes of dried noodle manufacture. All you need to do is just make the dough, put it on the machine, all you will get the fine dried noodles in only a couple of minutes.
To make dried egg noodles, first, make the dough with by mixing all the ingredients. Then, put the dough in the dough container in the machine. The machine will do the dough mixing, dough pressing, steaming, cutting the dough into long strings of noodles, and dividing the noodles into packable size. The machine then will do the frying to dry the noodles, and of course, a cooling process afterward. The last step is packaging, which can be done by employees after they check the quality of moisture, color, and shape of the dried noodles. Dried noodles usually have a moisture content of 8-12% and can last for about 4-12 months, depending on environmental factors.
Bayoran Teknik Dried noodle making machine and Its Features:
The dried noodle production includes an advanced machinery marked by the technology of dough mixing, steaming, cutting, and automatic control system. In accordance with food safety standard, all parts of the production are made of food-grade materials and durable stainless steel, with good structure design and automation.
Dried noodle making machine consists of at least eight parts with different functions. The following are the features of a dried noodle making machinery:
- Mixer, to mix and knead the dough.
- Compounding Machine, to distribute ingredients evenly.
- Rollers, to press the dough in a uniform thickness of 1mm. This process makes the dough more elastic.
- Slitter, to make the noodles became wavy, to prevent each string stick to each other.
- Steamer, to pregelatinize the starch.
- Feeder, to cut the noodles into a desired length/shape.
- Flash Fryer, to dry the noodles.
- Cooler, to cool the dried noodles.
- Feeder, to bring the noodles out of the cooler.
Where to Buy High-Quality Dried Noodle Making Machine?
As mentioned earlier, the largest noodle manufacturer is an Indonesian Company. It is not surprising that Indonesia also has the best dried noodle Making machine manufacturer. If you are planning to start a business in noodle industry, we highly recommend you to buy noodle production machinery from Bayoran Teknik (bayoranteknik.com). Bayoran Teknik is a company that specifies in manufacturing noodle machines for 30 years. They do not only offer high-quality machines but also training on how to use the machine, along with the recipe to make fine noodles. All these efforts show no less than their solid commitment to present the best for their customers.