Mongolian Udon Bowl

An udon noodles veggie and tofu bowl with our house made Mongolian sweet and savory stir-fry sauce. Topped with zucchini, carrots, onions, & broccoli.

Short History: Udon is a type of noddle that is used very commonly in Japanese cuisine. One story of the origination of these noodles states that Enni, a Rinzai monk, introduced flour milling to Japan from Song China, which led to invention/increased popularity of Udon, Soba, pancakes, and more! Another story talks about a Buddhist priest named Kukai introducing Udon noodles to Shikoku island during the Heian Era in the ninth century. Whatever the history of these noodles, they provide you with high amounts of both fiber and B vitamins, and the rest of the meal will give you protein, amino acids, iron, calcium, and more!

Reheating Instructions: Heat in a pan or wok over medium high heat, or microwave on high for 2 mins.

Customer Comments:

“Truly a noodle bowl beautiful in both taste and presentation.” – Rebecca Sp. from Phoenix

“The ginger sauce was divine! I wish it were bottled and sold in stores.” – Linda St. from Scottsdale

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