Tuesday, July 13, 2010

QUICK MEAL IDEA: FRIED UDON NOODLE



Udon is my favorite type of noodle.  I like it in soup, but LOVE to fry it in a wok, which is a very unorthodox way of eating udon.  But trust me!  Fried udon is really good!  

Here is how you can make this delicious, easy dish:

Step 1: Dice vegetables.  (You can use any type of veggies you want, but I prefer scallions, onions or leeks.  Today, I used leeks)





Step 2: Rinse vegetables thoroughly.  Sometimes they can be very dirty.





Step 3: Use 2 packets of udon to make about 2 servings.  (You can get them from your local grocery store.  Normally they are in the same place tofus are sold, near the produce.)





Step 4: Heat up wok, pour in oil, and dump in the veggies.  Fry until they are just a tad golden.




Step 5: When you take the noodles out of the bag, you might want to break them apart a bit



Step 6: Add noodle into the wok and stir at med - high heat



Step 7: After about 3 - 5 min of stirring, the noodles should be well cooked.
Take out 1 of the packets that came with the udon

(To ensure that your noodle isn't too salty, using 1/2 the flavoring packet is sufficient)

Add flavor packet into the wok and stir again for about 2 minutes



Step 8: Add meat of your choice 
(this is optional)



DONE!!!!

Delicious udon noodle in less than 30 min.

ENJOY!!!!


20 comments:

  1. Oh gosh I love a good stirfry!

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  2. The dish looks so good. I am going to try it this weekend. Thanks for sharing!
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  3. Yum! I love udon--might have to give this recipe a try.

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  4. hahahaha omg I make this all the time!!! I always keep my cupboards stocked with udon just for this. It's so versatile, you can make endless variations of this!

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  5. that looks so yummiii!!
    I normally cook my noodles in the microwave,and in 3 min with some water are ready!! super quick & easy!!

    :)xx

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  6. the only time i will eat udon is if it is stir fry.

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  7. looks delicious :)

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  8. I love noodles, it looks delicious!

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    With love, Samm

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  9. Yum! This looks so good. I love udon noodles.

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  10. Such a simple and easy meal to make. Thank you for posting meal ideas like this on your blog.

    P.S. I have left an award for you on my blog.

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  11. It's my favorite type of noodles as well :) Mmmm this meal looks so delicious! Im saving the recipe! :)

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  12. yumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyumyum

    making me soooooo hungry!


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  13. oh yummy!

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  14. Hmm, that looks yummy...

    You must be close to delivering now, if you havent delivered already.

    Let us know... waiting in anticipation... :-)

    Have a stunning day.

    Colin.

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  15. MMMMM looks so yummy! Im posting an udon soup recipe on my food blog next!

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  16. That looks delicious, I will have to try this at some point! Thanks for sharing, you are so creative!

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