Producer: Koyama Seimen
Ingredients: Wheat flour, black rice flour (from Okayama Prefecture), rice bran (domestic production), red rice flour (from Okayama Prefecture), glutinous barley flour (from Kasaoka city, Okayama Prefecture), brown rice flour (from Okayama Prefecture), sea salt
Vegan, Dairy-free, Soy-free
Noodles that look as beautiful as they taste!
Udon is a thick glutinous noodle typically made from one single type of wheat flour. This unique udon combines wheat flour with five different types of domestic grains plus a pinch of natural sea salt. Each grain has its own characteristics, adding an array of flavors, textures and colors to these noodles.
Koyama Seimen has been crafting udon since 1945 using their grandfather's original recipe. It requires great skill to combine the various grains with the wheat flour and even though it takes three to four times longer, they dry their noodles naturally which results in a fine, smooth texture.
How to prepare:Add noodles to a pot of boiling water for 8 mins then drain. We recommend you enjoy the taste of the noodles as is, or with a bit of salt. Also tastes great in any broth or soup, in a stir fry or as a substitute for pasta.
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