Hello everyone from the long breakkkk...
In the event of a 30-degree-day in Melbourne, I made myself a delicious Japanese-style dish which is super easy and cheap to make. (You can find more background story of why-so here.)
- 1 Pack of Udon
- 1/2 cup of diluted Tempura sauce/Japanese chilled noodle sauce (Can be purchased at Asian Groceries, please dilute as instructed on the package. Tip: if what you are using is tempura sauce, add a little bit more water then instructed - e.g. if it is the ratio is 1:3, try 1:3.5 or 1:4 instead.)
- Nori, thinly chopped (optional)
- Wasabi (optional)
- Cook the Udon in water - as instructed in the package, but you can leave out all the seasonings if it is advised on the package.
- While you are waiting for the udon to be cooked, dilute the tempura/chilled noodle sauce as instructed and then pop it into the freezer for cooling.
- Drain the udon's cooking water, splash and soak it with cold water until it's cold like water temperature.
- Put the udon into the freezer for several minute to speed up the cooling process.
- Five minutes later, serve the udon and sauce in separated bowl/dish.
- Dip the udon into the sauce when eating it.
Tags: japanese chilled udon budget recipe