Aoi Dried Udon Noodles 1kg

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Information

Aoi foods udon 1kg
葵フーズ うどん 1kg

Origin - Japan

Aoi dried udon noodles are a type of Japanese noodle made from wheat flour, salt, and water. They are named after the Aoi region in Japan, which is known for producing high-quality udon noodles.

The production of Aoi dried udon noodles involves a traditional method that has been used for centuries. One of the key characteristics of Aoi dried udon noodles is their texture. They are known for their chewy and firm texture, which makes them a popular choice in udon dishes. They are also appreciated for their mild flavour, which allows them to be paired with a wide range of broths, sauces, and toppings.

Commonly used in a variety of Japanese dishes, such as udon soup, stir-fried udon, and cold udon salads. They are often served with a broth made from dashi (a stock made from dried fish flakes and seaweed), soy sauce, and mirin (a sweet rice wine).

Spec

  • Origin: Japan
  • Size: 1kg
  • Units Per Case: 12
  • Packaging Material: Plastic
  • Manufacturer: Aoi
  • Cuisine: Japanese

Ingredients

  • WHEAT flour
  • BUCKWHEAT flour
  • Salt

Nutrition

  Per 100g
Energy 348kcal
Fat 2.2g
- of which saturates 0g
Carbohydrate 68.6g
- of which sugar 0g
Protein 13.5g
Salt 3.1g

Allergens

  • Gluten (Wheat)

Please note: As this product is imported from Japan, the best before date may be printed in the Japanese date format YY/MM/DD. If you are unsure, please contact us.



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