City Kitchen: Bouncy Noodles, Bright Greens, Quick Broth: A Perfect Bowl

Soup is satisfying. It gives you a big collection of everything you want and it is warm and homey. Japanese soups are the same way, but with those delicious Asian flavors. These are all about the noodles, from fat and fresh Udon to more delicate buckwheat soba noodles, even to the ubiquitous street food ramen, all are welcome. The combination of ingredients makes the soup but learning the proper slurp is what will give you the proper politeness and also open up the flavors on those noodles.

Key Takeaways:

  • Make an umami-rich broth and then customize the soup however possible. Large noodles and other ingredients will combine well with the dish.
  • Steamed greens and boiled mushrooms are fine ingredients to add to the mix. The noodle broth is savory and will warm the heart when needed the most.
  • It is a vegetarian dinner because of the miso broth base used for the soup. That will appeal to many friends and family members who might be vegetarian.

“At the top of my list of satisfying meals that nurture body and soul is a big, steaming bowl of noodles in broth.”

Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/16/dining/udon-noodle-recipe.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

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