Cut the vegetables. Heat a frying pan over medium heat and stir fry the pork.
When the pork has cooked, take out to a tray, but keep the oil in the pan. Cook the vegetables with the pork oil.
Once the vegetables have cooked, add the udon noodles, season with umami seasoning (optional), dashi stock powder and sake.
Sprinkle bonito flakes on the noodles.
Fry the noodles well until browned.
After the noodles have cooked well, season with Japanese-style Worcestershire sauce and soy sauce and mix. It's done.
Story Behind this Recipe
In a certain famous Okonomiyaki restaurant, they add dried bonito flakes to their griddle-fried udon noodles and I copied that idea for this. Just adding dried bonito flakes enriches the flavor!
Use leftover vegetables in the fridge such as cabbage and carrots. Some vegetables give out water, so adjust the amount of seasoning if the taste is still thin and light after adding the Japanese worcestershire sauce and soy sauce.