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Miso Udon Soup

Before Baby Crustabakes, supermarket trips were often and regular.

With her arrival, these visits however, became sporadic and infrequent.

So when i did get to a supermarket last weekend, i felt the urge to buy the store out. I stuffed our cart with things that are usually not in my grocery list.

Things that include fresh udon noodles.

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I combined the fresh udon noodles with things that are in my usual grocery list.

Prawns,

Corn,

Crabsticks, and

Egg

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I poured some miso broth over the whole party. And thus, was my miso udon.

Miso Udon

  • 2 packets of udon
  • 3 fresh prawns
  • 2 Imitation Crabsticks
  • 1 egg – hard boiled
  • Boiled corn
  • Dried seaweed

For soup:

Directions:

  • Bring the cup of water and dried seaweed to boil.
  • Mix in the miso paste the hondashi and the mirin
  • Turn the heat off (I used the residual heat to cook the rest of the items on the list) and add the prawn and the imitation crab stick
  • In another pot, boil the fresh udon. Drain and place into a bowl.
  • Pour miso soup over udon.
  • Garnish with spring onion.
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  1. November 1, 2012 at 2:28 pm | #1

    Such a pretty presentation of o-udon!!

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