Fried Udon Noodles

Yummy Bakes | 10:21 AM |
l love udons and when I saw the post by Gert and especially I think I saw more ingredients than udons.  It sure looks good to try.




Indeed the photos did not fail to deliver its end results.... yum, yum

Recipe reference from my kitchen snippets

Ingredients:


1 packet fresh Udon noodles (400 gram)
1 piece chicken breast – removes skin and sliced thinly
10 shrimps – peel and deveined
3 cloves garlic – chopped
2 shallots – sliced
1 carrot – peels and sliced thinly
5 button mushrooms – sliced
1 yellow pepper – sliced thinly (I omitted)
A handful of sugar snap pea – cut small
1 green chilli – sliced thinly (I used red chilli)

Seasonings:

2 tbsp Light soya sauce
3 tbsp Oyster sauce
1 tsp dark soy sauce
salt and pepper to taste
¼ cup chicken stock

Marinade for chicken:

1 tsp Sesame oil
1 tsp light soya sauce
1 tsp corn flour
Pinch of pepper

Method:
1. Marinate chicken breast meat with marinade. Set aside for 15 minutes.

2. Heat up oil about 3 tbsp of olive oil in a wok. Sauté shallots and garlic until fragrant and lightly brown.

3. Add in chicken, stir fry until no longer pink and add in the shrimps, carrot, mushrooms, pepper, chilli and sugar snap peas. Continue to stir fry until the vegetables are nearly done.

4. Add in the noodles and all the seasonings.  Drizzle in the chicken stock. Continue to stir and mix well.

5. Dish out and serve immediately.

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11 comments:

  1. OH.... I'm very hungry now, anymore to spare? ;D

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  2. Never invite me to try this! Love the generous portions of ingredients .... looks really delicious!

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  3. Jess - help yourself lah.

    The sweetylicious, Alice - yes this udon is very nice especially with so many ingredients. Do try it and am sure you will love it.

    Anncoo, DG - My first attempt lah. Next time, I cook this I will invite you over.

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  4. What a co-incidence, I made this recently and have put this on draft, going to post soon. Think yours look more tempting!

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  5. Wah you Udon has a lot of 'liew' in it. Thanks for trying this out. I too love udon in stir-fry or in soup :)

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  6. Cheah - haha did you like it?

    ICook4Fun - I thought yours got a lot of 'liew' that won me over. haha Anyway thanks for sharing, very nice.

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  7. very tempting indeed! really a lot of 'liew'!

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  8. lena - it was the a lot of 'liew' that drew my attention but good.

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