VEGAN MISO NOODLES RECIPE | HOW TO MAKE JAPANESE STYLE MISO UDON STIR FRY

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LEARN HOW TO MAKE A VEGAN MISO FLAVOURED NOODLE STIR FRY

LAY HO MA!! You know I love noodles! You can enjoy them in soup and stir fry. Plus, those squiggly guys take on the flavour of whatever you throw at them – simply amazing! Join me in this episode and learn how to make a delicious vegan miso udon noodles stir fry! Let’s begin.

Ingredients:
5-6 small bean curd sticks
1 shallot
5 broccolini
1 stick green onion
1 bundle udon noodles
2 tbsp red or white miso paste
1/2 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp black garlic/burnt garlic oil (https://youtu.be/amX2VFs-nw8)
1 tbsp cane sugar
drizzle of olive oil
1 cup bean sprouts
1 tbsp white sesame seeds

Directions:
1. Bring a pot of water to boil for the noodles. Add the bean curd sticks into the water
2. Slice the shallot and chop the broccolini into bite sized pieces
3. Chop the green onion, but keep the white and green parts separate
4. When the water comes to a boil, let it cook further for another 5min. Then, add the udon noodles. Cook the noodles for half the time to package instructions (in this case 4min)
5. Save 1/2 cup of the cooking water. Strain out the rest of the water and set the noodles aside
6. Make the sauce by mixing together the cooking water, miso paste, soy sauce, black garlic oil, and cane sugar
7. Heat up a sauté pan on medium heat. Drizzle some olive oil
8. Sauté the white part of the green onion and shallot for a couple of minutes. Add in the broccolini and sauté for another couple of minutes
9. Add the noodles, bean curd sticks, and the bean sprouts
10. Add the sauce and stir for a few minutes until the noodles have absorbed the sauce
11. Plate and garnish with green onion and white sesame seeds

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Comments

Andrea Orban says:

Thank you so much ❤ so yummy.. I look forward to try out your other recipes.

Hope Happy says:

I am not sure if i can gauge my miso paste well n end up too salty…? Got to try it out. Looks good.

Junkie Cooking for Men! says:

Wow! That is unique and good idea Japanese noodle.

That looks so delicious.

Another kind of Japanese style.
I cooked Japanese pancake by seafood Cup Noodle and I uploaded at my channel.

That was very good.

Adithiya Janani says:

Tried your recipe tastes amazing bit sweet was expecting it to be salty maybe I added too much sugar ?

Mityme Istemporary says:

Made it. It was delish.
Made chili oil. So just used that instead of black garlic oil.

Jeeti Rehal says:

Which brand saucepans do you use for your cooking?

Vhm says:

Can you teach us how to make miso paste

D. P. says:

just made them – LOVELY – thanks

T M says:

I love your straight forward, easy-to-follow approach to cooking these dishes and I have enjoyed so many of them. Thank you.

Bob Last says:

you're trying to hard to sound like Gordon Ramsay… just be yourself…

tortison says:

didn't do the burnt garlic oil bc I was lazy but this was amazing anyway ♡ love your recipes

mista gregory says:

Where do you buy your bean curd sticks?

Jason Miller says:

This looks great. I'm gonna look out for those bean curd sticks. I'm not sure if I've had those before. I also like how straight forward your videos are. No b.s., just to the point. Keep it up!

Sindy Koh says:

Was searching for vegan asian noodles and I came here 🙌 Omg, all your recipes looks delicious n I can't wait to try out for myself.. Thank you, hopefully I can cook n produce a delicious plate of goodness!

clairesjunk2000 says:

Bean curd sticks just got delivered. Thank you, Amazon! Now I can make this recipe properly!

jakejoyride says:

you just killed miso … good job

clairesjunk2000 says:

Just made this (or as near to as possible with what I had available – no bean curd sticks here yet) and it was absolutely delicious!! I could eat it all over again. Thank you.

clairesjunk2000 says:

I think I love to watch you eat with chopsticks almost more than watching you cook!

Shani Vaar says:

Looks delicious…but many people say that cooking miso makes it bitter is this true?

ᛞᛉᚺᚢᛊᛏᚢᛊ ᚺᛟᚹᛖᛚ says:

I swear the pun gets me every time

schneeeeebaerle says:

Me so…..Miso! 😊 Thanks for your amazing videos! Most cooks do not use olive oil in asian cooking because they think that the intense olive oil flavour spoils those typical asian flavours.But you are not afraid of olive oil. Interesting! Greetings from Germany!

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