udon


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u·don

 (o͞o′dŏn′)
n.
A thick Japanese noodle made with wheat flour, usually served in soup or broth.

[Japanese, wheat noodle.]

udon

(ˈuːdɒn)
n
(Cookery) (in Japanese cookery) large noodles made of wheat flour
[Japanese]
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Marugame Udon is on B7 Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City.
8 ounces dried udon noodles (its OK to use one entire 8.
EVOL FOODS TO EXPAND OFFERINGS: EVOL Foods, maker of frozen entrees, burritos and breakfast items, will offer starting next month four new international flavors within its single-serve entree line: Shawarma Style Chicken, Ginger Soy Udon Noodles, Hawaiian Style Grilled Chicken and Korean BBQ Style Chicken.
Instead, I thought I would give the Udon Noodles with Vegetables a go, as you can find the majority of the dishes found on the menu at almost all other Asian joints, though these guys looked particularly specialised in noodles.
Manga books from Udon Entertainment have their captions translated into English for an American readership.
50), but couldn't resist an old favourite - white miso and udon noodle soup with butternut squash, shitake mushroom, tofu and kale (PS10.
Udon Noodle Bar, a Japanese restaurant by Huey Cheng, the owner of Kura, the East Village's top sushi restaurant, signed an eight-year, 1,200 s/f lease at 342 East 6th Street.
The expansion of self-service cafeterias in the country has been driven by chained self-service udon cafeterias, such as Marugame Seimen and Hanamaru Udon.
The udon noodles with beef, chicken, baby corn, peppers and a sweet chilli sauce were delicious as were the egg noodles with duck, chicken, shitake mushrooms and hot chilli sauce and the duck spring rolls were superb.
My acid test to the kitchen's discipline was to order a tempura udon.
The expansion of self-service cafeterias in Japan has been driven by chained self-service udon cafeterias such as Marugame Seimen and Hanamaru Udon.
Udon publishes a deliciously dramatic graphic novel from the familiar tale of courtship between a prejudiced country girl and a prideful member of the upper class.