Saffranic kare-udon (Japanese noodles in curry)

GOURMANDE in OSAKA

Triple knot ? That’s the mark of the evil saffron…

Today kare-udon. It’s a popular Japanese casual dish.
kare for curry, usually Japanese curry. And udon are those thick white pasta, that exists in several size (click here for udon post).

Udon noodles. I buy them fresh. I boil them 2 minutes in boiling water.

My special yellow curry. It’s Thai yellow curry paste, thick coconut milk, a few more spices (turmeric, ajowan, fennel, black pepper…). Safran ? No, that would be lost in this. That’s the Asian safran, turmeric. Some broad beans and a red sweet chili for proteins and color.

And we mix that…

Curried udon !

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