Udon Noodles

Udon is traditionally served as a hot noodle soup topped with scallions, tempura or fried tofu. We also love adding udon to stir-fries, particularly this amazing recipe from Chicago chef Takashi Yagihashi, who combines udon with shrimp, chicken, cabbage and mushrooms for a simple yet flavorful dish. Or go in a completely different direction and try crispy udon noodles, one of our favorite appetizers. Boil udon noodles until al dente, and then quickly fry them in vegetable oil so that they're light and crunchy. Season the fried noodles with kosher salt and crumbled nori for an addictive and savory bar snack. Find these recipes and more in Food & Wine's guide to udon noodles.

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Life-Changing Udon with Soft-Boiled Egg, Hot Soy, and Black Pepper
Rating: Unrated 2
Butter, egg yolk, and starch enrich the soy broth, dressing chewy udon noodles in a silky sauce inspired by Hetty McKinnon's visit to Udon Shin, a restaurant in Tokyo's bustling Shinjuku ward. Sharp black pepper and scallions break up its deeply savory edge with light spice and fresh flavor.
Spicy Udon (Mongolia)
From  Vegan: The Cookbook by Jean-Christian Jury, Phaidon 2017.   Slideshow: More Udon Noodle Recipes 
Udon Noodles
These terrific recipes include shrimp and noodle salad with ginger dressing and crispy tofu with noodles.
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