Recent Examples of udon from the Web
The area is famous for its seafood but also for udon, a thick wheat flour noodle.
Squirrels and rats have cortices as smooth as soft-serve, whereas human and dolphin brains look like heaps of udon noodles.
This udon with chicken and garlicky peanut dressing is a great place to start, filling you up without slowing you down—
The curry version was rich, thick, and beefy, while the clear dashi of the kake udon possessed an ideal level of oceanic taste.
Cook the udon according to package directions (the cooking time is usually about 10 minutes).
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Origin and Etymology of udon
First Known Use: 1902See Words from the same year
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