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  • 4061 ishimaru sanuki udon

Ishimaru Sanuki Udon, 300 g

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Japan's most famous udon noodle.

Experience hand crafted noodle goodness with these hand-cut Sanuki udon noodles. These noodles have been traditionally made every step of the way, from the pounding of the dough to the shaping and cutting of the noodle. Enjoy the uniquely firm, chewy texture of Sanuki udon noodles in hot soups or served cold with a side of tsuyu.

ITEM ID: #4061


Noodles are the second most commonly eaten starch in Japan (after rice) and their popularity continues to grow as time goes on. The three most common types of Japanese noodle are udon (thick, white, wheat-based noodles), ramen (yellow wheat noodles often also containing egg), and soba (noodles made partially or entirely from buckwheat), and there are a number of other varieties as well. For a fantastic range of dried, pre-cooked, and instant noodles in all shapes and sizes, take a look at Japan Centre's Noodles section.

How To Use

• Boil approx. 1 litre of water per bundle of noodles in a large pan and boil the noodles for 15 mins.
• Boil as above and place on a zaru tray with a side of spring onion, ginger or bonito flakes for cold udon.
• Boil as above before rinsing and rubbing the noodles to remove any stickiness. Warm with steam, add to a bowl with some tsuyu soup stock and garnish for hot udon noodle soups.

Item Detail


Per 100g:
• Energy: 1344kJ/321kcal
• Fat: 1g
  (of which Saturates: 0.3g)
• Carbohydrate: 71g
  (of which Sugars: 1.5g)
• Protein: 7.1g
• Salt: 5.6g