Top Rated Udon Noodle Recipes

Evan Sung
Dried udon noodles are fine. Store-bought precooked udon work well. But there’s nothing like homemade udon, and believe it or not, you really can make the irresistibly slick, chewy, springy noodles at home. Udon take no great skill. Just flour, water, a rolling pin, and a little patience. If kneading the dough, which activates the gluten in the flour and gives the noodles their texture, makes your arms tired, do what home cooks in Japan do: put the dough in a resealable plastic bag, wrap it in a towel, and knead with your feet!Recipe excerpted with permission from Mastering the Art of Japanese Home Cooking by Masaharu Morimoto. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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This hot pot recipe is easy for college students to make right in their dorm rooms. It's the perfect meal to whip up in the winter months.
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Pork Miso Udon
This recipe is the ultimate comfort food, providing a fun, flavorful way to incorporate pork, noodles and vegetables into a single dish. Easy to make, this udon soup is perfect for serving friends and family — especially as the weather starts to turn cold. Click here to see 5 Slurptastic Noodle Recipes.
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Shabu Shabu
Shabu-shabu is one of Japan's most popular hot pot dishes along with Sukiyaki. It consists of raw assorted vegetables, tofu, and paper-thin slices of raw beef (or pork) cooked in kombu dashi (broth).  The name "shabu-shabu" comes from the Japanese sound and action of the thinly sliced meat being swished with chopsticks in the hot pot. Typically shabu-shabu is served with broth in a clay pot on portable stoves. The raw ingredients are served on two plates, one for the meat and one for all the vegetables. It's a fun meal since everyone sits around the hot pot and cooks together.
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kumiko_aki
forgot where I got this from. I use udonko flour instead of bread flour.
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Zuleika
Warm Udon noodle vegetable salad, great for lunch
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chelseas
A combo of recipes from Cooking Light and The Big Bowl Cookbook. You can also use spaghetti instead of the udon noodles.
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ImportFood.com
Udon noodles are thick Japanese noodles made of wheat flour. They can be eaten hot or cold.
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RavenWhite
This is a summer version of udon noodles. I made the colors firey and serve it when its cooled off instead of hot. Its made with tomato and has a tomato paste sauce to go with it.
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happyzhangbo
This isn't your ordinary Mom's or Campbell's over-salted Chicken Noodle Soup. Udon noodles, lemongrass, mushrooms and fresh seared chicken breast take Chicken Noodle to the next level.
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Cooking Light JANUARY 1997
Spaghetti can be used in place of udon noodles, if desired. You can find red curry paste at Oriental markets; made primarily from chiles and very concentrated, it imparts a spicy, salty flavor all its own.
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Lv2Cook
Ingredients: 4 cups hot water 2 ounces dried porcini mushrooms (3 cups) 8 ounces uncooked udon noodles (thick round fresh Japanese wheat noodles) or spaghetti 2 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 1/2 tablespoons dark sesame ...
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