Sanuki Shisei Thick Udon, 300 g

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5 / 5

66 reviews

When we say ‘noodles’, we think ‘sanuki’.

These dried udon noodles are here to prove that dried can be just as tasty as fresh. Made with wheat flour and a little salt, Sanuki's thick udon noodles plump up magnificently when cooked for the thick, chewy texture that all udon connoisseurs expect. These noodles take between 10 and 12 minutes to cook, and are delicious served hot in a noodle broth, or cold with tsuyu dipping sauce.

ITEM ID: #11402


Udon are among the most widely enjoyed noodles in Japan. Udon are normally much thicker than other Japanese noodles such as soba or ramen, with a distinct chewy texture that makes them particularly ideal for enjoying with denser, thicker sauces. Here at Japan Centre we have a great range of dried, par-boiled, and instant udon items available in our Udon Noodles section.

How To Use

• Add 100g noodles to a pan of 1L boiling water. Adjust the noodles as they soften until they are fully submerged. Let boil for 10-12 minutes, or until they reach your preferred level of softness.
• When finished, strain and rinse with cold water to cool down if serving cold, or strain and add to hot soup if serving hot.
• Serve with assorted sauces and garnishes.

Item Detail


Per 100g:
• Energy: 1398.14kJ/334kcal
• Fat: 1.3g
  (of which Saturates: 0.2g)
• Carbohydrate: 72.1g
  (of which Sugars: 2.5g)
• Protein: 8.5g
• Salt: 4.3g

Ingredients and allergens

Wheat flour, salt


6 reviews
item as described
Thick chewy noodles that you can enjoy hot or cold.\nGreat value for money
Delicious thick udon with a chewy texture.\nGreat to go with any hot broth or to enjoy them cold with a dipping sauce of your preference.\nUdon lovers try them and see for yourselves.
Thick cut udon with a chewy texture.\nIn hot soups or cold served with a tsuyu dip they are utterly delicious.
It's a good udon, i like a thick noodle
Great quality, slightly chewy texture delicious noodles. I personally enjoy them in a spicy seafood broth.\nTry them and you will find yourself, what is it I am talking about.