Ise Udon

Distinguished by its thick handmade noodles in black broth, Ise udon was said to be originally prepared as an easily digestible dish for worshippers who travel long distances to the Grand Shrine of Ise. The black soup is made with rich concentrated black soy sauce and Japanese cooking sake. To enjoy this simple goodness, toss in the chopped spring onions and mix well with a dash of red pepper.

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