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FAQ About Udon Making Classes in Kyoto

  • Which udon making classes are offered in English in Kyoto?

    All udon making classes in Kyoto on airKitchen are offered in English.

  • How much does it cost to join a udon making class in Kyoto?

    On average udon making classes in Kyoto cost ¥4625 per person (based on airKitchen prices).

What Does a Udon Making Class Look Like?

Please note that this is an example, and classes vary by host.

Udon Making Class

  • Knead dough

    Udon noodles only require three ingredients: flour, water, and salt. After combining the ingredients, you'll knead the dough until it's smooth and then let it rest.

  • Prepare udon ingredients

    There are many different types of udon dishes. Depending on what variation you're cooking, the ingredient and broth prep will look different.

  • Roll out and cut udon noodles

    After letting the dough rest, roll out the dough into an evenly thin sheet. Then, fold the sheet into thirds or quarters and slice thin noodles from it.

  • Cook udon noodles

    Separate then simmer the udon noodles in boiling water until they reach the right consistency – anywhere from seven to 15 minutes depending on their thickness.

  • Finish!

    Once you assemble your freshly cooked udon noodles, broth, and toppings, you're ready to enjoy your home-cooked meal!

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Types Of Udon

  • Zaru Udon

    Zaru Udon

    Served cold, zaru udon is a simple way to enjoy udon noodles – especially during Japan's hot and humid summers. The chilled noodles are dusted with nori and served alongside a cool dipping sauce of dashi, mirin, and soy sauce.

  • Bukkake Udon

    Bukkake Udon

    Another cold udon dish is bukkake udon. In this case, the chilled udon noodles are served in a thick dashi-broth with various toppings.

  • Curry Udon

    Curry Udon

    As its name suggests, curry udon is warm dish that incorporates udon noodles with the unique flavor and stewy texture of Japanese curry.

  • Kake Udon

    Kake Udon

    Kake udon is a very simple but traditional way that udon is enjoyed in Japan. Noodles are served in a warm broth made of daushi, mirin, and soy sauce. Toppings are optional.

  • Kitsune Udon

    Kitsune Udon

    According to Japanese folklore, foxes (kitsune) love aburaage (deep-fried tofu). Thus, kitsune udon is a warm udon dish that is topped with plenty of aburaage.

  • Miso Nikomi Udon

    Miso Nikomi Udon

    Miso nikomi udon is a regional specialty of Nagoya. This hearty dish consists of udon noodles simmered in a warm red miso soup, with toppings like chicken, egg, kamaboko, shiitake mushroom, and green onion.

  • Niku Udon

    Niku Udon

    This warm udon dish is defined by the thin slices of marinated beef it contains, along with green onion and other optional toppings. The udon is simmered in a simple dashi broth.

Why Taking a Udon Making Class in Kyoto is a Must-Do

If you happen to be in the city of prefecture, Kyoto Japan then you will be well familiar with the various variety of dishes that are available there.

Here we have Udon, one of the signature dishes of the Japanese people. Udon is the wheat noodles that are rolled up perfectly and are sliced a little thick. The noodles are boiled in the brine solution, and when ready plenty of other things such as the Tempura, tofu pockets as well as the other ingredients such as Soy and other sauces are added. There are various variations that you can add to this dish and have a splash of enjoyment.

We urge you to take part in the Udon making class in Kyoto if you need to tests your abilities for making this signature dish in Japan and learn the most authentic way to cook it.


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