UDON NOODLES, DRY*
Udon is a thick noodle made from wheat. It is usually served in a noodle soup with a mild broth. Common toppings are tempura, shrimp and abura age, a deep fried tofu pocket seasoned with sugar, mirin, and soy sauce. The type of broth it is served in varies from region to region in Japan. A dark brown broth reflects eastern Japan where as a light brown broth made from light soy sauce is used in the west.
Used extensively in Japanese cuisine, most often in soups. Serve with soup, vegetables, eggs, and meats. Garnish with soy sauce, sesame oil, etc.
Wheat Flour, Salt, Water. (Contains Wheat)