The tutorial lesson began at half passed seven and ended at twelve. I had to practice for my music practical exam, which is performing songs as a band, so I went to one of my classmate's place so that we could practice as a group. Her mom made some udon for lunch and it tasted superb.
The thick texture of the japanese noodle and the rather salty, yet a bit sour, soy sauce make a perfect combination. The meat makes a good topping to be added to the udon, while the paprika makes an excellent finishing touch, just like a cherry on top of a sundae ice cream. This simple, yet elegant, bowl of dish would make you go, "Wow, this tasted awesome!"
Why not try to make your own homemade udon once in a while? With a pack of instant udon, japanese soy sauce, nicely cut beef, and paprika - which you can probably buy in a fancy supermarket at a rather fancy shopping center - you can make your own homemade authentic japanese meal.