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Oodles of Noodles at Rokaru


Are you a fan of noodles? Do you enjoy slurping them up from your favorite broth? Is it fun for you to twist them in your fork and try to fit a huge ball of deliciousness into your mouth? Do you love noodles as much as we do at Rokaru Shabu Shabu? If the answer is yes, then you are in for a treat. Rokaru has oodles of noodles for you to choose from. Some are even vegan, vegetarian and keto friendly!  We give you all the yummy details about our noodle options below.




Udon

Udon know how much we love these noodles --  get it!? He he! Udon noodles are made of wheat flour, water and salt. They are an important part of Japanese cuisine.  These fat noodles are usually eaten with broth or chilled. Udon noodles don't offer a nutritional goldmine but, consumed in moderation, they can fit into a balanced diet plan.


Rokaru recommendation:

Cook your udon noodles in your broth for about a minute. You can scoop them out of your hot pot and add broth to enjoy the noodles as a soup or you can just eat the noodles.



Ramen

Ramen noodles are scrumptious and actually pretty good for you too. A package of noodles alone has 35 percent of your selenium needs. Selenium is a type of antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals, minimizing risk of chronic disease. You'll also get 20 to 40 percent of the iron you need -- depending on your gender -- so your cells get enough oxygen. Ramen noodles contain many B vitamins, including niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, thiamin, B-6 and B-12. These B vitamins support your brain, help with blood functions and keep your metabolism going. Ramen noodles even contain about one-fourth of your daily folate recommendation. 


Rokaru recommendation:

Cook your ramen noodles in your broth for about a minute. You can scoop them out of your hot pot and add broth to enjoy the noodles as a soup or you can just eat the noodles. 




Long Rice

In Japanese cuisine, they are called harusame (春雨), which literally means "spring rain".  They also have the nickname glass noodles. At Rokaru Shabu Shabu, we give you the long rice pre soaked so it won’t take as long to cook to perfection (a few minutes) in your favorite hot pot broth.


Rokaru recommendation:

Cook your long rice in your broth for about a minute. You can scoop them out of your hot pot and add broth to enjoy the noodles as a soup or you can just eat the noodles.




Shirataki

Rokaru Shabu Shabu proudly serves tofu shirataki noodles. The noodles only take 30 - 60 seconds to cook in your favorite homemade Rokaru Shabu Shabu broth. They are low in carbs, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, cholesterol-free, vegan, kosher certified and guilt free!  


Learn more about our shirataki noodles here.



Zoodles

Zoodles are an incredibly fresh and healthy alternative to your typical noodle. They are basically Zucchini cut into noodles, or zoodles. They are amazingly nutritious. Zucchini serves as a good source of vitamin C and manganese, both protect your body from harmful free radicals.  


And there’s our five noodle options we proudly serve at Rokaru Shabu Shabu in Pearl City. Do you have a favorite noodle? Which one is it?

Don’t care for noodles? We also have rice and multi-grain rice. Happy eating!

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