Inaniwa udon is thinner than Sanuki udon and have a fine and smooth taste. They are both chewy and soft, with a neutral flavor, which compliments strongly-flavored dishes.
Packaging: 5 pieces in per packet (250g per piece)
Country of origin: Japan
Storage instructions: Keep frozen. Do not refreeze.
1, Put frozen udon into boiling water and cook for 1 minute.
2, Drain the udon and serve with your favorite preheated soup stock. (Recommend to use "Yamaki Mentsuyu" or "Ninben Shiro dashi" to make soup)
3, The frozen udon may also be cooked by putting directly into boiling broth, then simmer until heated.