Yaki udon and inari sushi

Yaki Udon Recipe



2 portions cooked udon noodles

60g thinly sliced chicken thigh

4 spring onions

2 leaves white cabbage

2 shiitake mushrooms

½ green pepper

1 tbsp soy sauce

1 tsp Worcestershire sauce



Cut the chicken into small pieces. Cut the spring onions diagonally in small pieces. Thinly slice the mushrooms. Chop the cabbage roughly and julienne the pepper.

Stir fry the chicken, then add the spring onions, cabbage, mushrooms and pepper and fry until tender. Add the cooked noodles and fry for a minute, then add seasoning, soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce.

You're done!

  • Chu-Boo PRO 7y

    wow, all your bentos look totally amazing and tasty!!

    please visit HAPPY and FRESH BENTO<

    Your welcome (-^.^-)
  • bossanova.baby☺ 7y

    I'm gonna borrow your pepper "clover" idea! Hehe
  • Mysweetside 7y

    Beautiful ! I wish I could find the bean curd skins in my grocery shopping stores. They look so yummy stuffed with rice
  • umi 7y

    Oh, cute bento! :D The giraffe pick is my favorite!

    @ Bills girlie: You can make aburaage (tofu pouches) at home if you can't get them in your grocery store. I make mine from scratch anyway because the store-bought ones usually have synthetic dye, high fructose corn syrup, and MSG in them...and I try to avoid those if I can. Search google for aburaage recipe. It's pretty easy to make them yourself and they keep in the fridge for at least a week (I dunno about longer, they're usually gone in my house before that :).
  • ♥☺Hello☺♥ 6y

    Cool! I just love your Bento boxes! BTW, where do you get your udon noodles? I like them soooooooo much!
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