Somen are a traditional type of Japanese noodle made from wheat, similar to udon noodles, but thinner due to being stretched when made. They are popularly eaten cold in Japan with a rich tsuyu soup to dip into before eating.
Product of Japan.
Wheat Flour, Water, Salt
• Energy: 1418.38kJ/339kcal
• Fat: 1.4g
(of which Saturates: 0.2g)
• Carbohydrate: 73.4g
(of which Sugars: 2.5g)
• Protein: 8.3g
• Salt: 3.5g
How To Use
These noodles are great in soups and stir frys.
• Add the noodles to 1l boiling water per 100g.
• Cook for 2-3 mins., then drain and wash the noodles in cold water.
• Serve with green onions and dipping sauce, cold tsuyu sauce for the summer or hot dashi broth for the winter.