This column contains easy recipes that even beginners can easily make with not hard-to-find but common ingredients that will always exist when you open your refrigerator, and it will be a great culinary guide to convey sophisticated taste of home-made meals.<Editor's note>
1 bag of udon noodles (200g)
2 slices of bacon
50g bean sprouts
30g bok choy
1 green onion
2 garlic cloves
1 tablespoon yaki udon sauce
Salt and pepper
How to Cook
1. Boil udon noodles in boiling water and dry.
2. Wash the bean sprouts, and chop the onions and bok choy, slice the garlic, and chop the green onions. Cut the bacon into 2cm.
3. Put cooking oil in a heated pan and fry over high heat to give it a scent. Add garlic and chopped green onions.
4. Add bacon, onion and bean sprouts and fry over high heat, then add udon noodles and yaki udon sauce and fry.
5. Finally, add bok choy and season with salt and pepper.
6. Put it on a plate and top it with katsuobushi.
Cooking Master's Secret
- Blanch the udon noodles to remove moisture and mix them with cooking oil to prevent sticking or blowing.
- You can use oyster sauce, barbecue sauce, pork cutlet sauce instead of yaki udon sauce.
- Katsuobushi is smoked bonito, put in a zippered pack, sealed, and put in the freezer for use.
- You can also add Chinese green onion, pork or shrimp.
Mi Ran Park: Korean cooking master(대한민국 한식대가), DaeBok company vice president