Mix flour and water to create a pliable dough. Let it rest for 15 min.
Seperate the dough in two or three pieces and roll them out thinly.
Cut the sheets into pieces that roughly fit into a frying pan.
Fry the pieces slightly from both sides with little oil in a frying pan.
Depending on taste you can fry lighter or darker. The primary purpose of
the frying is to dry the noodles, so hat they don't stick anymore during
further processing. It is also possible to just dry the sheets in the air,
but that takes a lot longer.
Stack the fried sheets on top of each other and cut strips of about
7 cm x 0.5 mm (~ 3 in x 0.2 in).
Without the frying, other shapes are also possible.
The Tasalsan Guril can be used in all the places where fresh noodles
are used, eg in Tsuivan, or in various soups
such as Guriltai Shul.