These noodles have a high gluten density with a chewy texture and does not easily lose its starch. By using a vacuum mixer, the amount of air that hinders the penetration of water between flour can be easily reduced, so it is easy for the water to penetrate in a short time and enables quick cooking.
Fresh Udon noodles are thick white noodles made from wheat and noted for their fine, palatable and smooth taste. Because proper udon are much thicker than ramen or soba, it is common in Japan for udon to come pre-boiled and sealed in vacuum packs to avoid spoilage. All the better to save time that can be better spent slurping those tasty noodles up!
The easiest way to enjoy your udon! This handy pack contains three single-serve packets of pre-cooked udon noodles, each with a sachet of traditional soup stock made using both Japan-grown bonito fish and Kombu kelp seaweed from the coast of Hidaka, in Hokkaido. Easy to prepare in the microwave or on a stove top, this udon is perfect for a quick, easy, and satisfying meal.
Product of Japan.
See ingredients in bold. May contain: Crustaceans, Egg, Milk, Molluscs and Sesame
Store in a cool dry place
Typical values per 100g: Energy: 498kj / 119kcal, Fat: 0.7g, of which saturates: 0g, Carbohydrates: 25.2g, of which sugars: 1.4g, Protein: 3.3g, Salt: 2.2g
Water, Wheat flour (Gluten), Salt, Sugar, Flavour enhancer: E621 and E635. Dried bonito powder (Bonito (Fish), Corn, Potato, Soybean, Wheat, Sardine (Fish)), Soy saucepowder (Soybean, Wheat, Salt, Dextrin), Dried kelp powder, Acidulant: E270, Colouring: E150A, Acidity regulator: E500
How To Use
Cook fresh udon noodles in a similar way to fresh pasta.
• Add the udon noodles to a pan of 250ml boiling water. Let boil for 1 minute.
• Add powdered soup sachet and mix through.
• Turn off the heat and transfer to a donburi bowl. Enjoy!
• Alternatively, cut a small hole in one individual bag of udon and heat up in the microwave for 2.5 minutes (500W oven). Transfer to a bowl, add soup and 200ml boiling water, stir through, and enjoy.