Yakiudon (Japanese cuisine): Yakiudon (焼きうどん, or in English, fried udon) or 焼き饂飩 is a regional dish of Japan. After World War II, Yujiro Benno, a native of Kokura (Kitakyusyu now), manages a restaurant dou following the example of Kansai yakisoba by adding sauce. But there were few soba available so he used hoshi udon instead. Gaining favor, he begins the story of the...
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