September 25, 2010

#149: Maruchan Akai Kitsune Udon Instant Oriental Noodles

So here’s one of the large noodle bowls I have. If you’ll recall, I’ve reviewed Kitsune Udon before – I did Sapporo Ichiban’s. This one’s a little different. The Kitsune is much bigger this time. Also, it’s a bowl!

See? Got some big stuff here.

There was a while lot of powder in here – a whole heck of a lot of powder.

The finished product (click image to enlarge). Doesn’t that look nice? I think the bowl came out looking very appetizing. The udon was nice and thick and not too rubbery – I liked that. The broth was salty and very soy. The kitsune was delectable – like a chunk of meat but not meat. Ultra tasty. I don’t know what the little things on the kitsune are… They were interesting – kind of spongy. I’m giving this bowl 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. Tasty stuff! Get it here.

3 thoughts on “#149: Maruchan Akai Kitsune Udon Instant Oriental Noodles

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  2. Sarinya

    The spongy things on tofu are dried egg. Kitsune udon is tofu udon. Kitsune means fox. In Japanese myth, fox likes eating tofu. I had this bowl when I was in Japan in 2009. Love it. To see this review here brings back memory. Definitely will go back there one day. Nice country.

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