|Item Package Quantity||8|
|Item model number||151472|
|Product Dimensions||25.15 x 21.34 x 7.11 cm; 2.18 Kilograms|
|Ingredients||Organic wheat flour (100%), water|
Hakubaku Organic Udon, Authentic Japanese Wheat Noodles, No Added Salt, 9.5oz (Pack of 8)
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- 8-9.5 oz packages
- No salt added
- Certified Kosher and Organic.
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organic wheat flour (100%), water
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Authentic Japanese style udon noodles
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Eight packages arrive in one case. There are three delightful and delicious bundles of Udon in each package. We love that portion control is built right in, because each bundle of Udon has it’s own little paper wrapped gently around it. Very easy to remove each time.
These Udon are most certainly organic! Very good in stir-fry. Soups, too. They cook fast, within about four minutes or so.
And VERY glad I did. A tad pricey but when we use pasta I measured 2 oz per portion.
And I used it the first time to try it out with homemade Cincinnati Chili. Oh all things and it was delicious!
I did salt the water ( in package says not necessary and it wasn’t)
And only reheated the noodles slightly in microwave. Worked well
Can’t wait to make stir fry and use them again.
My only gripes are that that they are thin for an udon, about the thickness of a linguine noodle. Second, as with most dry noodles, they don't cook up with the same texture as fresh wet noodles but I suppose that should come as no surprise. This noodle is not as soft and is a little more dense. It's hard to explain, but it is somewhere between a dry semolina pasta-like consistency (i.e. typical spaghetti) and a fresh-made udon noodle. Overall though, hard to complain.
Udon is a great general purpose noodle. For a quick cheap tasty bowl of noodle soup, just boil some udon noodles and add some miso soup paste and vegetables. One 3 ounce bundle of dry noodles conveniently makes a nice serving of cooked noodles. A bowl of soup like this takes about the same amount of time to cook as instant ramen, but since the udon noodles are not full of salt and oil, they are a lot healthier for you. Yes, udon does cost a little more than instant ramen, but you can save money by going with the non-organic noodles, and they are still much healthier than instant ramen.
You can also stir-fry the noodles or make them into a salad. For a full meal, top the noodles with a serving of meat and sauce.