Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Yakiudon, Yaki Udon, Japanese Stir-Fried Udon Noodles

      Last weekend, my husband cooked yakiudon (yaki udon) with instant yakiudon noodles, which we purchased at our local Japanese supermarket. It included two servings of udon noodles and yakiudon sauce. This is how to cook yakiudon. Cook udon noodles with plenty of boiling water. Stir-fry your favorite vegetables (cabbage, onion, carrot, green onion etc) and meat (pork, chicken, beef or seafood) in a large pan. Then add cooked noodles and yakiudon sauce in a pan. Stir-fry them for a while. Serve and top with kizami shoga, aonori and Japanese mayonnaise. Enjoy. :) 
Instant Yakiudon Noodles
      As you might know, udon (うどん) is Japanese thick white noodles. You might think this dish doesn't look like udon, but it's also a type of Japanese udon noodles actually. You've probably tried or heard of yakisoba (焼きそば). Yakisoba and yakiudon taste similar. The difference between yakisoba and yakiudon is the noodles. While yakisoba is stir-fried with soba noodels, yakiudon is stir-fried with udon noodles. I've shared some types of udon noodles with you in my previous entries, so you can check them out.

Tsukimi Wakame Udon (月見わかめうどん)

Curry Udon (カレーうどん)

Nabeyaki Udon (鍋焼きうどん)

Sara Udon (皿うどん)

     Anyway, this yakiudon he cooked was so delicious! :) If you love yakisoba or okonomiyaki, you probably like yakiudon as well.       

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