Udon Noodle Recipe

Hi it’s Ming Ming here 🙂

Udon noodle is one of my favorite Asian food! I tasted it by accident when it was cooked by one  of my friends when I was at university. Actually I always love this dish especially when I’m tired, or have little appetite, but still want something nutritious. Personally, I like the fresh taste of the ingredients

Today, I strongly recommend you to try to make it at home and enjoy it.

Udon Noodles recipe

And , here’s the Udon Noodle Recipe.

3 tomatoes

1 package of udon noodle

Some mixed mushrooms

Some frozen shrimps

Peanut oil 

Soy sauce

A Wok Pan

Before cooking,  some preparations are required.

1. Cut the tomatoes into half ,take the stems of them as the illustration shows. Then, let the mincer take care of chopping . The finer the tomatoes are chopped, the more likely to taste like ketchup.

Udon Noodle Recipe

2. If you got the frozen mushrooms from a supermarket  as I do, defrosting them beforehand is needed, and importantly, squeeze out the water from them so that they can absorb the tomatoes flavor as much as they can.

3. To make it Vegetarian-friendly,just remove the shrimps!

And now, here we go !

Udon Noodles recipe1.Stir fry the mushrooms : heat up the wok, put the mushrooms and a small spoon of peanut oil, and stir fry them (around 1 and a half mins). 

Udon Noodles recipe

2. Add the udon noodle :  put the udon noodle in , when the mushroom start to be soft. personally, I advice you to separate the udon before put it into the wok, rather than as a whole in order to shorten the cooking time and save energy(around 5 mins).

Udon Noodles recipe

3. Add the minced tomatoes and turn down the stove a little : put them in and keep stir frying, also a little water if it’s too dry. Let the mushroom absorb the tomatoes’ flavor and dye the noodle with natural ingredients (around 2 mins)

Udon Noodles recipe

 4.Add the shrimps and turn up the stove to previous level : shrimps can be put now, since they are easily cook, and repeat stir frying.

Udon Noodles recipe

5. Turn off the stove when shrimps are cook, and add some soy bean sauce and drizzle olive oil over it.

Udon Noodles recipe
Udon Noodles recipe

 

 

Udon noodle recipe

Udon noodle is one of my favorite Asian food! I tasted it by accident when it was cooked by one of my friends when I was at university. Actually I always love this dish especially when I’m tired, or have little appetite, but still want something nutritious. Personally, I like the fresh taste of the ingredients Today, I strongly recommend you to try to make it at home and enjoy it.
Ingredients

  • 3 Tomatoes
  • 1 package of Udon noodles
  • Some mixed mushrooms
  • Some frozen shrimp
  • Peanut oil
  • Soy sauce
  1. Cut the tomatoes into half. Then, let the mincer take care of chopping . The finer the tomatoes are chopped, the more likely to taste like ketchup.
  2. Stir fry the mushrooms : heat up the wok, put the mushrooms and a small spoon of peanut oil, and stir fry them (around 1 and a half mins).
  3. Add the udon noodle : put the udon noodle in , when the mushroom start to be soft. personally, I advice you to separate the udon before put it into the wok, rather than as a whole in order to shorten the cooking time and save energy(around 5 mins).
  4. Add the minced tomatoes and turn down the stove a little : put them in and keep stir frying, also a little water if it’s too dry. Let the mushroom absorb the tomatoes’ flavor and dye the noodle with natural ingredients (around 2 mins)
  5. Add the shrimps and turn up the stove to previous level : shrimps can be put now, since they are easily cook, and repeat stir frying.
  6. Turn off the stove when shrimps are cook, and add some soy bean sauce and drizzle olive oil over it.
DO NOT forget to squeeze the extra water from the mushroom
The finer the tomatoes are chopped, the more likely to taste like ketchup.
Separate the udon before put it into the wok, rather than as a whole in order to shorten the cooking time and save energy.
Personally, I think the dish will taste better with the nature ingredient without too much sauce.

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