By: RaY KinZoKu

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Perut Keroncong ~ The Japanese Way ~ Yosssssshhhhh

Frozen Udon..
..into boiling water..
..at the mean time, cut some "chikuwa"s..
Let it boils..
..at the same time, prepare the soup..
remove excess water from the Udon & then into the waiting soup..
Some "daun bawang" and ~ Hait, O-dekiagari !
To eat, use "o-hashi"..
why? only those pair of stick could..
..make u enjoy the real taste of Far Eastern Cooking..
..and thanks to this Udon instant soup, hehe..
..for your reference..
A solemn tribute to my long missed Japanese food
The "invincible" UDON* ~
a great companion in times of "malas masak" and "takde masa"..
and also the first in my order-list in every Wafuu* eating out trip.
Takde lah sedap sangat tapi sebab ini lah antara masakan Jepun yang tidak "meragukan" bagi pengguna Islam.

During my last trip to Kuala Lumpur
I went to a Japanese owned supermart - Jusco
Bought myself
few packets of frozen Udon
(made in Malaysia thus the price was 4 times cheaper than the imported ones !
A packet was only RM 5.90 )
and also a carton of Udon Instant Soup (perencah), with 8 sachets inside for RM 9++
(imported item, quite expensive)

Then, back in KB,
with what I could find around me
( including the Chikuwa, a Japanese fishcake, bought from a nearby supermart, also Malaysian made ) I made myself a late night "dinner" ~ the Japanese way...

of course, with a local touch !



Note:
*Udon - Japanese thick noodle
*Wafuu - Japanese style
*O-hashi - Chopstick ( Japanese chopsticks are much shorter than the Chinese )
*Hait, O-dekiagari ! - A phrase meaning, " Okay, finished ! "

More on Udon
=> to my previous entry Nippon ReVisited : ~ Sanuki Udon no Tabi ~
=> Japanese Udon Noodle

Quote:

An example of Udon Serving by a top-class Japanese restaurant in Okayama, Japan


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