A foot-crafted recipe of delectable noodles from the Udon Master in Shikoku, Japan. Slurp yourself happy with these Shikoku Mountain-Style Udon Noodles, an irresistibly moreish delight for lunch or dinner.
To this day, one of our favourite cooking travel memories was of the time we headed deep into the mountains of Shikoku, Japan, to learn the fine art of making Japanese udon noodles with our feet.
Yep. You read that right.
Made by hand feet and cooked in a massive pot over a rustic wood-fired stove, they were the best, chewiest, most deliciously satisfying and flavour soaked udon noodles we’ve EVER eaten.
Singapore, renowned as the gateway to Asia, is arguably the most popular stop-off point for travellers as they roam around the globe. While some unfortunate people only get to see Changi Airport during a brief stop over (which, admittedly, is rather nice as far as airports go..) we just knew we had to see more than that!
Welcome to our very first post on Wandercooks.com! Perhaps you’d like to find out a little more about us before you read on? 🙂
When planning our trip to Japan and beyond, a wonderful couple of friends offered to have us stay in their apartment and show us around.
Together we explored the eastern side of the island and just barely scratched the surface during a week-long stay. You could (and probably should!) spend a lot longer than that exploring the many things to do, see and most importantly eat in this multicultural island country.
We learnt a lot about Singaporean flavours during our wanders, some of which we loved, others not as much, but this post will focus mainly on local-style hawker food rather than that which you would find in more formal restaurants. Sit back, grab a cuppa and read on to find out just what your taste buds have been missing out on!
Sit back, grab a cuppa and read on to find out just what your taste buds have been missing out on!