Saturday, May 25, 2013

Recipe: Fast fast udon (Udon with Pork Mince, Beansprouts and Mushroom)

Hubby asked what I was making him for lunch one afternoon and I answered, "Fast fast udon." "Why is it called fast fast udon?" he asked, to which I replied, "Well, it's fast to make, and it tastes so good, you'll finish it real fast too!"


Fast fast Udon with minced pork, beansprouts and mushroom

Since there was not much prep to do for this dish, I managed to get this cooked and ready on the dining table in under 10 minutes. And it was so good, we took under 5 minutes to finish it all up. Definitely lives up to its name ;) I used pork mince for ease, but you can substitute with chicken or beef if you prefer. Not only is it fast to prepare, it is also a healthy and well-balanced dish.


Fast fast Udon (Udon with minced pork and beansprouts)
Recipe by Baby Sumo
Preparation time: 2 minutes
Cooking time: 6-7 minutes
Serves 2

Ingredients
200g fresh udon
80g minced pork
4 cloves garlic, finely chopped
2 Chinese mushrooms, sliced thinly
2 tbsp cooking oil
200ml water
1/2 tsp dark soy sauce
1/2 tsp ginger wine
1 tbsp light soy sauce, to taste
3 spring onions, cut into 1 inch lengths
2 handful beansprouts
A dash of sesame oil

1. In a large wok or frying pan over medium high heat, add oil and garlic and cook for 1 1/2 minutes until lightly browned. Add Chinese mushrooms and minced pork, and stir fry for about 2 minutes, until pork is cooked through.

2. Add water, ginger wine, dark soy sauce and light soy sauce, and bring to the boil. Once boiling, add the udon noodles and cook for 2-3 minutes, until the noodles are cooked. Taste the seasoning, then add the beansprouts  and spring onion and stir fry for another 30seconds. Add a dash of sesame oil, stir and remove from heat.

3. Serve immediately.






*I am submitting this to this month's Little Thumb's Up "mushroom" event hosted by Joyce of Kitchen Flavours.

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13 comments:

  1. Hi Yan,
    I'm stopping by as fast as I can! To join you in this delicious fast fast udon! That is a smart reply to your hubby's question! This looks delicious! I'm all for "fast homecooked" food on the table!
    Thank you for linking yet another delicious dish at LTU!

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  2. Heheh, I love your reply to your husband! :D

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  3. Very funny conversation! I love this fast fast udon, give me one plate fast fast!!!LOL....

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  4. WOW~you really good at cooking~
    I hope I can be like you one day~><

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  5. Delicious! I love the taste and texture of udon. You did the right thing here by frying it simply. I can imagine the taste and am wanting it badly.

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  6. I'd leave out the shitkae. Not a fan of the smell. Buttons would be good...for me, that is.

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  7. We fried udon at home before. We bought the udon from Sanuki and fried with pork lard, hehehehe.

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  8. Faster than your Chinese takeaway for sure :D Lovely flavor and texture !

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  9. Sorry, saw this dish on the facebook but not time to visit your blog on the weekend until now! I love stir-fried udon. Long long time ago when will & i were first dating, we loved to go to a nearby restaurant order stir-fried udon with black pepper!

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  10. This look abit like my mom's way of cooking fried lou shu fun ;-)

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  11. me & the little one loves udon too... good idea to fry it cos i am always lazy and just cook it in miso soup... hehe

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  12. I love fried Udon, this looks delicious!

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