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Kitsune Udon translates to "fox noodles" from Japanese folklore,
it's believed that the fox's favourite food is aburaage, a thin deep fried tofu, which is a key ingredient in the dish.
Try it with: Narutomaki, green onion, wakame seaweed.

DIRECTIONS:
1. Take off the lid and remove the soup packet.
2. Add boiling water to cover the noodles, separate the noodles gently, and close tightly.
3. Drain the hot water out CAREFULLY from the spout of the closed lid.
4. Add hot water up
to the line, add the soup packet, wait 1 minute, and stir.

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Kitsune Udon translates to "fox noodles" from Japanese folklore,
it's believed that the fox's favourite food is aburaage, a thin deep fried tofu, which is a key ingredient in the dish.
Try it with: Narutomaki, green onion, wakame seaweed.

DIRECTIONS:
1. Take off the lid and remove the soup packet.
2. Add boiling water to cover the noodles, separate the noodles gently, and close tightly.
3. Drain the hot water out CAREFULLY from the spout of the closed lid.
4. Add hot water up
to the line, add the soup packet, wait 1 minute, and stir.

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