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July 4, 2017

FRESH NOODLES


J-basket Udon Noodle,150G

Soft udon noodles that are wok-ready with no pre cooking required.


For Soup Prep:

Put Noodle into 300cc boiling water, add seasoning & stir well to cook for 3 minutes. Meat, mushrooms or vegetables can be cooked together.


To Stir Fry:

Heat a little oil, stir fry meat and vegetables with seasoning until cooked. Add noodles, stir and cook for 3 minutes, then add oyster sauce. Stir well.


For Cold Noodle:

Cook noodle with boiling water for 3 minutes. Take out the noodles and rinse with cold water until cool. Eat the noodle with Japanese noodle sauces.

J-basket Udon Noodle,150G
£0.75
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J-basket Udon Noodle,150Gx 3 

Soft udon noodles that are wok-ready with no pre cooking required.


For Soup Prep:

Put Noodle into 300cc boiling water, add seasoning & stir well to cook for 3 minutes. Meat, mushrooms or vegetables can be cooked together.


To Stir Fry:

Heat a little oil, stir fry meat and vegetables with seasoning until cooked. Add noodles, stir and cook for 3 minutes, then add oyster sauce. Stir well.


For Cold Noodle:

Cook noodle with boiling water for 3 minutes. Take out the noodles and rinse with cold water until cool. Eat the noodle with Japanese noodle sauces.

J-basket Udon Noodle,150Gx 3
£2.00
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J-basket Yakisoba Noodle, 150G

Yakisoba noodles are a little different to other soba noodles in that other soba noodles will normally contain some buckwheat flour and are used for traditional Japanese noodle dishes, while yakisoba rarely contain buckwheat flour and are generally used for Chinese-style stir fries and barbecued noodle dishes. 


How To Cook

Simply fry in a pan, add the included sauce, stir and add any extra vegetables or meat such as pork, cabbage, beansprouts, and spring onion.

J-Basket Yakisoba Noodles, 150g
£0.75
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J-basket Yakisoba Noodle, 150G x 3

Yakisoba noodles are a little different to other soba noodles in that other soba noodles will normally contain some buckwheat flour and are used for traditional Japanese noodle dishes, while yakisoba rarely contain buckwheat flour and are generally used for Chinese-style stir fries and barbecued noodle dishes. 


How To Cook

Simply fry in a pan, add the included sauce, stir and add any extra vegetables or meat such as pork, cabbage, beansprouts, and spring onion.

J-Basket Yakisoba Noodles, 150g x 3
£2.00
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