DIY Udon Noodles (Collaboration with Cooking with Dog & Cooking with Ai)

  • Published on:  10/8/2016
  • Udon is a thick and chewy type of Japanese noodles that's easy to make at home. Subscribe for more videos!

    Today we are collaborating with our friends Cooking with Dog and Cooking with Ai to teach you how to make the best bowl of Curry Udon you've ever had!

    Cooking with Dog is making a delicious Japanese Curry Sauce that's specially made for these thick-cut udon noodles.

    CLICK HERE for Cooking with Dog's Curry Udon Recipe

    Cooking with Ai will be making Fukujinzuke, which are special pickles that pairs perfectly with Curry Udon. These pickles are also great with Japanese Curry Rice.

    CLICK HERE for Cooking with Ai's Fukujinzuke Recipe


    300g (2 cups plus 3 tbsp) flour
    135ml (1/2 c plus 1 tbsp) water
    1 tbsp salt

    Combine water and salt and mix until salt is completely dissolved. Put flour into a large bowl. Add the salt water a little at a time to the flour, mixing with your hands. Break up any large lumps with your hands. Gather the dough with your hands until it comes together.

    Lay down a couple sheets of plastic bags on the floor. Put the dough onto the plastic and cover. Step on the dough 200 times. Try to keep it in a round shape. Fold the edges of the dough in to the center. Cover and step on it another 200 times. Repeat the process one more time.

    Gather the dough and tuck the corners inside, shaping it into a ball. Put it inside a plastic bag and let it rest for 2 hours. Roll out the dough into a square to approximately 3-4 mm in thickness. Fold the dough so it's easier to cut. Start cutting the dough into thin strips from the edge. Your udon noodles are ready to be boiled.

    Boil a large pot of water and put the noodles in. Boil for 10 minutes. Drain in a colander and wash the noodles in clean water. Drain the noodles of excess water. Now your udon noodles are ready for the special Curry Sauce. You can also enjoy these homemade noodles prepared in various ways. Enjoy!

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