January 31, 2017

Saltless Udon Noodles/塩なしのうどん

As I previously mentioned, my father prefers soft udon noodles to firm ones. My father's home-made udon noodles contain no salt.

For supper yesterday, my father made oshibori udon. For info about oshibori udon, search through my blog.

For supper today, I made hoto, using the leftover home-made udon.

Hoto is a local dish of Yamanashi prefecture. It is made with wide and flat saltless noodles, and the broth contains kabocha.


Unknown said...

Hiro - I've been following your blog for a number of years now. I'm finally getting a chance to visit Japan. Which part of Japan are you from?

Hiroyuki said...

Unknown: I hope you enjoy your stay in Japan! I'm from a very snow region of Japan, Niigata prefecture.