How to Pronounce ngu?

Correct pronunciation for the word "ngu" is [əŋɡˈuː], [əŋɡˈuː], [ə_ŋ_ɡ_ˈuː].

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"Ngu" in context

Ngu is a type of edible flour made from the flakes of pounded sticky rice. It's commonly used as a thickener in soups and stews, to coat savory pastries, or in desserts. It's also sometimes used for thickening sauces and to make desserts and drinks. Ngu is a versatile ingredient in many popular Asian dishes and is usually found in markets and specialty stores.

Ngu is believed to have originated in China, but is used in other parts of Asia as well. It's made from short-grain sticky rice, which is then soaked overnight, drained and sun dried.

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