Sunday, August 6, 2017

Sara Udon, Japanese Crispy Deep-fried Noodles with Stir-fried Vegetable And Thick Soup

    This weekend, my husband and I finally finished painting a ceiling in our kitchen! I wanted to cook chicken nuggets with okara, tofu lees, but I gave it up because I thought I shouldn't deep-fry in our kitchen until our painting project are finished. He quickly cooked this sara udon (皿うどん) in our darker kitchen. (While we were painting the ceiling, we took out downlights to paint around them.)

     Anyway, Sara udon (皿うどん) is Japanese crispy deep-fried noodle dish topped with stir-fried vegetable and thick soup. It is a regional cuisine of Nagasaki prefecture in Japan. This time, he added frozen seafood, cabbages and green onions, and topped it with red ginger pickles (紅ショウガ). It was so delicious. :) If you are interested in sara udon recipe, check out my previous entry, How to Cook Sara Udon.
Kaisen Sara Udon


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