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Category: Japanese Noodles (page 1 of 1)

 UDON noodles are made from wheat flour. They are boiled and served in a broth, usually hot but somtimes  cold in summer. Udon is topped with ingredients such as a raw egg to make tsukimi udon, and deep-fried tofu aburaage to make kitsune udon.  SOBA is buckwheat noodles thinner and darker in color than udon. Soba is usually served cold (zaru soba) with a dipping sauce, sliced green onions and wasabi. When served in a hot broth, it is known as kake soba.  RAMEN is thin egg noodles almost always served in a hot broth flavored with shoyu or miso. This is topped with a variety of ingredients such as slices of roast pork (chashu), bean sprouts (moyashi), sweetcorn and butter.  It’s not just instant ramen — Sapporro has corn-butter ramen and Kyushu has Tonkotsu ramen. 

Minatsu Zaru Soba (Product of Korea)

Oh… the picture my iPhone took doesn’t reflect how pretty the colors of the packaging is…

Minatsu Zaru Soba (Japanese Buckwheat Noodles)

I came upon this at a Korean supermarket. The packaging is so Japanese pastel-cool, and get this: three pounds of noodles for less than five dollars!

There are 15 one-serving bundles in one pack. And the taste isn’t bad. It certainly is better than Shirakiku’s cheap soba noodles. Oddly, this turned out to be a Product of Korea! The label though is in Japanese and English.

Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Tapioca Starch, Buckwheat, Salt, Water

OK, so there’s not much buckwheat content in it, but it works for a quick meal.

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