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    cooking
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udon cooking class 008




udon cooking class 008





Udon Noodles
For 5 servings:
500g semi-hard flour
225cc water
1 tsp salt
Extra flour for the plate
Dipping sauce:
400cc water
100cc soy sauce
100cc mirin
2 packs dried bonito (or alternative vegetarian flavouring!)

Instructions
1.Dissolve salt in the water.
2.Put the flour in a big bowl. Pour in the water / salt mix little by little and mix.
3.Knead the flour fully until it becomes round. Put the dough into a plastic bag. Cover with a cloth and tread on it for about 10 minutes.
4.Remove the dough from the bag and put it on a wooden plate. Knead powerfully until shiny.
5.Round and wrap up. Refrigerate for 1 hour.
6.Flour the wooden plate lightly and put the dough on it. Hit it hard with your fist to spread it.
7.Roll out the dough until it’s about 4mm thick.
8.Fold it like a folding screen and cut into strips of about 5mm width. Flour and separate noodles.
9.Boil a large pan of water. When boiled lower the heat and put the noodles into the water, separating them as you do it.
10.Just before it boils over, add ? cup of cold water and continue boiling for another 15 mins. (Properly boiled noodles are transparent.)
11.Remove boiled noodles quickly to a big bowl filled with water to cool them. Wash them under running water to remove the stickiness. Drain.
Dipping Sauce instructions
1. Put water, soy sauce, mirin and veg ingredients into a pan and boil. After boiling lower heat and simmer for 3 more minutes. Strain.
Put it all together and enjoy. Yum yum!











Cooking Assignent




Cooking Assignent





The fork is actually lying on a curved ikea waste basket. I liked the lines and the texture. Main light from an SB800 fired against a white reflector slanted towards the right of the fork to reveal the texture of the waste basket. Secondary light comes from an SB600 at left side to illuminate the edge of the fork. The thing which breaks this shot is the reflection of my red couch on the metal surface. I should have covered the couch with black cloth.









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