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Home Cooking

Microwave for Frozen Udon?

arielleeve | Sep 11, 201601:04 PM     1

So we're currently renovating our kitchen, which means all we have for cooking is a fridge and microwave. Washing all our dishes in the bathtub. We're trying to still cook as much as possible to save money (rather than ordering takeout for every meal), and use up what we already have in the fridge since space is tight.

I have some homemade dashi and udon noodles in the freezer. Assuming microwaving the noodles shouldn't be so bad, but not sure exactly how to do that. Add water and microwave for a few minutes? Or just dry, no water? Also, think I can cook tonight and tomorrow night's servings in advance, and refrigerate the cooked noodles?

Tonight I'm actually thinking of going for cold udon (Bukkake udon), something akin to this recipe: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/20....

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