Udon is a kind of thick Japanese noodle that is usually made with wheat flour. It is often served in soups with different broths and toppings or in a simple, clear broth with a sprinkle of spring onions. In the summer, udon can also be served cold with a dipping sauce, salad, or chilled broth.
Udon is chewy Japanese noodles made from wheat flour, water, and salt. They are usually served in a simple broth made from dashi. They are thicker than buckwheat soba noodles, usually two to four millimetres, and can be flat or round.