I was able to buy a pack of udon at Hatchin for only 38 pesos! Yes, I'm that ecstatic because it is very rare that I see products in a Japanese store that are cheap. These are actually a bunch of leftovers too.

For the broth, I just made a basic Japanese broth using dashi, mirin and sake. Season with a little light soy sauce. You can cook the noodles separately or in the broth like I did. I guess it depends on the package instructions. I also added some wombok, chikuwa and naruto kamaboko plus a boiled egg. I just love boiled eggs in noodles! For the meat, I added shrimps and chicken. Another perfect supper for a rainy evening.


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