Hello again and thanks for visiting ImportFood.com. Today we continue to improve our newly-designed website, with a renewed focus on Japanese grocery items offered at our shop. We also have new "Classic Gold" all natural Thai codo
Inaka Udon Noodles. Our Japanese udon noodles are relatively thick, made of wheat flour, and we just got a fresh shipment.
They can be eaten hot or cold. See our recipe below for udon noodle soup.
Our premium quality soba noodles in Shirakiku brand are made in Japan, and come in a generous 16 package. Inside are four 4 oz bundles.
Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Salt, Water. Product of Japan.
Japanese Udon Noodle Soup. Boil 10 cups of water in a deep cooking pan. Add dried Udon noodle and cook for 7 minutes. Strain the water and wash the noodle with warm water.
For udon soup, add hontsuyu and water in a small sauce pan and warm it up. Put udon noodle in a soup bowl, then pour over the soup. Sprinkle green onion, and serve. To add zest to the flavor, you can sprinkle Nanami Togarashi over your udon.
Wasabi. This is the S&B premium wasabi version, with "No Color Added" and a gold label to distinguish it as their top line. Made with real wasabi, we have brand new fresh stock and it's everything you expect.
Packed in a convenient squeeze tube. Wasabi is a condiment traditionally served with raw fish (sushi and sashimi) and noodle dishes in Japan. See our recipe below for Soba noodles with wasabi.
Dissolve the Wasabi paste in soy sauce and use this as a dipping sauce for Sushi, Sashimi, or mix the Wasabi directly into a bowl of noodles as per our recipe below. Keep refrigerated after opening.
Ingredients: wasabi, lactose (milk), rice bran, oil, salt, water, modified food starch, cellulose, natural flavor, xanthan gum, citric acid.
Japanese Soba Noodle Recipe. Put a bundle of soba in boiling water for about 6 minutes over high heat. Rinse under running water and drain. Cut nori into 1-inch-long shreds with kitchen scissors.
For dipping sauce, mix Hontsuyu and water, and half fill small individual bowls with the sauce. Refresh noodles under cold running water a second time and arrange them on individual bamboo mats placed on large plates, or directlly onto plates. Sprinkle the nori on top. Serve with small plates of the chopped green onions and wasabi paste and the dipping sauce.
Inaka Soba noodles are native Japanese noodles made of buckwheat flour (soba-ko) and wheat flour (komugi-ko). They are about as thick as spaghetti, and prepared in various hot and cold dishes.
The most basic soba dish is zaru soba in which boiled, cold soba noodles are eaten with a soya based dipping sauce (tsuyu) and spiced with a bit of wasabi (see above).
We are pleased to offer these premium quality imported soba noodles in Shirakiku brand. You get a generous 16 oz package, with four 4 oz bundles inside. IIngredients: Wheat Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Salt, Water. Product of Japan.Order Here: Inaka Soba Buckwheat Noodles
ALL NATURAL 100% Coconut Cream "Classic Gold", Preservative-Free - Small Box We just received the small (8.5 oz) box new coconut cream from Chaokoh, they call it "Classic Gold". This is completely preservative free, fresh stock, one year shelf life. Chaokoh is another large company with a main focus on coconut milk, probably the largest source of coconut milk in the world, the brand most often found in restaurants. Aroma is excellent, smooth consistency, the richest and freshest coconut milk you can ask for. Wonderful for all kinds of cooking, but also drinking.
For Newsletter Readers: Case of 10 Pouches. 5 Each (5 regular, and 5 smoked salmon) $35.00. Reg Price $48.80. To heat, simply put the pouch in boiling water for 3 minutes then open and serve alone or over rice. You can also microwave it for 90 seconds. It's all inside, so you don't need to add a thing. This all-natural, gluten-free, preservative-free soup is precooked in a modern BPA-free pouch that's shelf stable for two years but tastes like it was just made fresh in a Thai grandmother's kitchen. Premium ingredients and sophisticated preparation ensure that this rivals anything a Thai restaurant serves. We offer two versions:
1. Tom Kha Smoked Salmon: Tom Kha served with smoked Alaskan wild salmon is a combination made in heaven. If you're familiar with Tom Kha chicken, you must try it with smoked salmon. It's "Out of This World" delicious.
2. Tom Kha (no meat). If you like Tom Kha over rice, or with chicken or shrimp, here's a large (9 oz) serving. Simply heat and serve alone or add meat of your choice. Also very good with fresh mushrooms. Ingredients: coconut milk, water, lime juice, fish sauce (anchovies, salt, sugar), cane sugar, galangal, carrots, celery, Thai chili peppers, onions, lemongrass, Kaffir lime, shallots, tapioca starch, garlic, dried chiles, Kaffir lime leaf powder. Contains: Fish (anchovy), Tree Nuts (coconut).