Sara Udon 9 recipes
Crispy fried noodles with thick Ankake sauce on it, Sara Udon is originally native to Nagasaki prefecture and now popular everywhere around Japan. You can make it at home with Yakisoba ramen noodles and whatever vegetables, meat, and seafood you have in your refrigerator.
- Easy Transformation Sara Udon (Or Chinese-Style Rice Bowl)I used this basic vegetable soup recipe (Recipe ID: 2026999) to make a Chinese-style dish. Instead of fried noodles you can make an ankake sauce yakisoba with Chinese noodles or a Chinese-style ric...Pork (thinly sliced and cut), Store-bought fried noodles, Kamaboko, Bean sprouts, Boiled eggs, Sesame oil, Sake
- Thick Ankake Sauce for Crispy Noodles and Rice BowlsThis is the soy sauce based Chinese-flavored ankake sauce (a clear sauce thickened with starch) that I've been making forever. You can make a restaurant-style sauce easily. Serve with a ton of vege...Pork, shrimp, squid, frozen seafood mix, etc. (Whatever you have on hand, or just use veggies), Chinese cabbage, cabbage, carrot, onion, Chinese ch...
- Crispy Fried Noodles with Thick SauceCrispy fried noodles go well with this thickly seasoned sauce. My family loves this and calls this a restaurant-quality dish.Yakisoba noodles, Pork, Prawns, Quail eggs (in brine), Carrot, Green pepper, Cooked bamboo shoots in brine
- Crunchy Fried Noodles with Ankake SauceFeel free to use whatever vegetables you have in your refrigerator. It's also delicious to pour this same ankake sauce over a bowl of rice.Chinese noodles (steamed), Coarsely chopped pork scraps, Onion, Green peppers, Red peppers (or carrots), Canned bamboo shoots (in water), Wood ear ...
- Easy Spring Cabbage Fried Noodles with Thick SauceCombine the seasonings and it's done.Pork, Spring cabbage, Bean sprouts, Chinese garlic chives, Yakisoba noodles, Sesame oil, Garlic (from a tube)
- Seriously Delicious Leek and Salted Pork Yakisoba NoodlesA light tasting yakisoba noodle dish seasoned with salted leek sauce. The simple salted leek sauce with crispy fried noodles is an amazingly delicious combination. Give it a try! It goes well with ...Japanese leek, Thinly sliced pork belly, Sesame oil, Finely chopped garlic, Chinese soup stock, High-quality salt, Yakisoba noodles
- Crispy Crunchy Mizuna and Fried Glass Noodle SaladThe salad has the crispiness of mizuna and the crunchiness of fried glass noodles! The two textures go together really well.Mizuna greens, Cellophane noodles, Chicken breast, Cooking sake, Ground sesame seeds, Ponzu with yuzu, Ra-yu
- Crispy Fried Yakisoba Noodles with Ankake SauceIt's quick because I season and thicken the sauce at the same time! Fry the noodles slowly until crispy.Yakisoba noodles, Sesame oil, Pork sliced and chopped, Carrot, Onion, Cabbage or Chinese cabbage