How to Make a Delicious Homemade Udon! 🍜

Easy and quick guide for making Udon at home. It is also a great activity to do with your kids!!! 😎

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How to Make a Delicious Homemade Udon! 🍜 Recipe
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Things you need to make the Udon. You can get the powder from most of the Japanese supermarket.

Things you need to make the Udon. You can get the powder from most of the Japanese supermarket.

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150 mil. warm water

150 mil. warm water

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300 gram powder

300 gram powder

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Stir in water and salt slowly to form a dough.

Stir in water and salt slowly to form a dough.

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Wrap the dough with plastic wrap.

Wrap the dough with plastic wrap.

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Put a wet towel over it for 30 mins. No need to put it inside the refrigerator πŸ™…πŸ»

Put a wet towel over it for 30 mins. No need to put it inside the refrigerator πŸ™…πŸ»

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Tick tock tick tock...⏰ try to squeeze the dough with your finger and see if it bounces back!

Tick tock tick tock...⏰ try to squeeze the dough with your finger and see if it bounces back!

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If yes, then flatten the dough with a rolling pin.

If yes, then flatten the dough with a rolling pin.

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Cut into pieces! Be reminded not to make it too thick as it will expand a bit after absorbing water.

Cut into pieces! Be reminded not to make it too thick as it will expand a bit after absorbing water.

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Boil them for about 5 - 10 mins. Don’t put too much in one go and use your chopsticks to separate them softly. Otherwise they will stick together.

Boil them for about 5 - 10 mins. Don’t put too much in one go and use your chopsticks to separate them softly. Otherwise they will stick together.

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Here we go! Put crab stick, corns, beef or whatever you want with your unique homemade Udon! ✌🏻🍲

Here we go! Put crab stick, corns, beef or whatever you want with your unique homemade Udon! ✌🏻🍲

Ingredients

150 Milliliters Water 
300 Grams Powder 
1 Measuring cup 
Β½ Teaspoons Salt 
1 Knife 
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