Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Japanese thick wheat noodles

Japanese thick wheat noodles or udon are made from combining wheat flour with salted water. These thick noodles are available fresh, frozen or dried.

Japanese thick wheat noodles are similar to cu mian or thick Chinese wheat noodles. White in color, sold dried, the noodles are usually flat and are available in round or square, individual portion-size bundles, resembling bird’s nest.

In its fresh form, it’s known as yude udon. The noodles are actually precooked and only need 10 seconds in boiling water to be reheated before serving in broth. It can be served hot or cold, often with topping of tempura or deep-fried tofu.
Japanese thick wheat noodles
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