Japanese noodles made from wheat, whole-wheat, or whole-wheat and unbleached white flour.
is a thick Japanese noodle similar to spaghetti. It can be round or squared and is made from wheat flour. Udon is available in Asian markets in fresh or dried forms.
(oo-doan; Japanese) Thick noodles, served in soup or stir-fried.
a long thick Japanese noodle. W, X, Y, Z
A thick white wheat noodle.
Japanese -n. Thick white noodles, usually eaten in soup.
(oo-doan; Japanese) Thick noodles, generally served in soup.
Round or flat chewy noodles made from white flour often served in a hot broth with a variety of meat, seafood, or vegetables
thick flour noodles usually served in soup
Thick white noodles made of wheat and used in soups and stews.
This is the Japanese word for "noodle."
Japanese style noodles made from whole wheat & unbleached white flour. Udon are typically lighter than soba but may be used in the same ways.
Udon (Hiragana:ã†ã©ã‚“; Kanji:, rarely ) is a type of thick wheat-based noodle popular in Japanese cuisine.