Recipe 12: Yakiudon

Another easy recipe. What I love about how Finance Minister does this is that it has endless variants (and she does it soggy – the way we both like it ;)). Every time she cooks this, it comes out different! 🙂 Hence, just capturing the process (and its wisdom) suffices.

Like putting in the ‘hard’ bits of the vegetables in first, to cook them for a longer time. Like not adding water to the noodles first. Like using stock instead of just water to hydrate the dish.

Depending on one’s mood, it could be a true Japanese-flavoured udon, rojak-Singaporean style, or even with Mexican chilli notes!

Yummy yakiudon…

 

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