These kimchi noodles were so good and so tasty, they prompted a blog post after a month of absence. This is round two, with udon instead of somen. The different noodles create completely different eating experiences. We had both cold, like noodle salads. Even so, the udon version was very more-ish. Chewy and mouth-filling, it’s the option for a hungry day. I can just about picture the somen version going to the Hollywood Bowl or Greek Theatre for a summer day’s picnic. That said, I can picture both versions in my tummy any day of the week.
Oh, and I added sesame seeds for some prettiness this time. That added another 5 seconds to the total prep time.