Monday, July 19, 2010

Homemade Udon!

If there is one thing Fox and I miss about Japan, it is the food, especially udon. Kagawa prefecture, where we lived, is famous for its udon. You can buy it here for $3.50 a little pouch (yikes!), but we decided to try our hand at making it from scratch.

Coco rolling the dough out, before we put it in a plastic bag and smooshed the heck out of the dough with our feet. You alternate kneading and then smooshing several times. Very fun!


Fox sliced up some big noodles. The finished product:


Yummy! When the noodles are done, you can put them in hot memmi broth, which you might find in the Asian section of the grocery store, or cold broth. Fox likes cold. I like hot. Either way, udon is delicious! Oh, the things you can make with water, flour, and salt!

3 comments:

Larissa said...

cool- so how long did it take from start to finish?

Amber said...

Awesome food project, Amy! Looks tasty.

Keith, Heather and Carsen said...

Ok, so I think that is awesome that you made those!! but I have to tell you that I ordered this once at a Japanese restaurant and ended up sending it back! It was not good. maybe it was just them :)