Sticky Saucy Udon
This simple and delicious Sticky Saucy Udon dish is perfect for busy weeknights, as it can be made in just 20 minutes with only a handful of ingredients
Sticky Saucy Udon combines the chewy texture of udon noodles with a sweet and savoury sauce that’s sticky and delicious. It’s a dish that’s easy to make, and it’s perfect for a quick meal or as part of a larger Japanese-inspired feast. With only 12 ingredients and 20 minutes, you can enjoy this delectable dish.
What is Udon?
If you’re a fan of Japanese cuisine, then you’ve probably had udon noodles before. Udon is a Japanese noodle made from wheat flour, salt and water. Whether you serve it hot or cold, it is a great option for quick meals when you want something different from your usual spaghetti or ramen.
Udon noodles are thick and chewy and have a unique texture that makes them a favourite among noodle lovers. But have you tried Sticky Saucy Udon? If not, you’re missing out on a delicious and satisfying dish that’s perfect for any occasion.
A Sticky Saucy Twist
Sticky Saucy Udon is a simple dish that’s perfect for busy weeknights. This is a highly adaptable dish, whether you opt for pork/chicken mince or tofu crumbles, or mix up the green veg with whatever is at hand. This recipe is all about the glossy, sticky sauce that brings the dish together. It’s perfect for a quick and easy weeknight meal or a cozy night in. The combo of the chewy udon noodles, crispy protein, crunchy greens and sticky sauce are an especially satisfying combination. Therefore, go ahead and give this recipe a try and get ready to indulge in some exciting flavours!
If you’re a fan of Udon noodles and love to experiment with bold flavours, then you simply have to try my Gochujang Udon Alla Vodka.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make this gluten-free?
Of course, simply use gluten-free udon noodles.
How long does it take to make udon noodles?
The cooking time for udon noodles can vary depending on the brand and type of udon. In general, udon noodles take about 8-10 minutes to cook.
What is lao gan ma?
It is a famous chilli oil sauce brand originating from China. The name “Lao Gan Ma” means “old godmother” in Chinese, and the sauce is known for its distinct spicy and savoury flavour. The sauce is made from chilli peppers, soybean oil, garlic, and various other spices and ingredients, and is commonly used as a condiment or ingredient in many Chinese dishes, such as noodles, stir-fries, and dumplings.
Can I use another protein in my noodles?
Pork, chicken and beef mince all work well in this recipe. Crumbled firm tofu is also a fantastic veggie alternative to meat in this recipe.