Wife Jan has been having digestive difficulties for the last few weeks. She is finally getting better, but she is being really cautious about reintroducing various foods to her diet. At this point, she knows that she can handle seafood, but she is still afraid of chicken.
Tag Archives: udon noodles
Papa’s Fine Shrimp Soup
Filed under Main Dishes, Shrimp, Soups
Karl’s Kitsune Udon
Jan’s favorite dish, when we go to a Japanese restaurant is kitsune udon. Udon is a thick wheat noodle that is a standard for a large variety of Japanese soups—both hot and cold. While kitsune refers to a fox, the distinguishing ingredient in this dish fried tofu—apparently the favorite food of the magical, Japanese, shape-shifting foxes.
Filed under Main Dishes, Pasta, Soups
Karl’s Shrimp and Scallop Udon Soup
The usual quandary of what will I make for dinner tonight? I have been looking at several Japanese cookbooks and I started craving udon soup. Thinking about what ingredients I had in my kitchen, I decided on a seafood udon soup.
Filed under Main Dishes, Seafood, Shrimp