Mike's Spicy Thai Udon Noodles. Whether or not this Thai-inspired dish is truly authentic or not, just know that these Asian-whatever-Thai-thingie-noodles are delicious. Spiciness: this dish is very spicy with two tablespoons of red pepper. This is really good with the Udon noodles CostCo sells in the refrigerated section.
SPICY Seafood Rice Cakes + Udon Noodles MUKBANG These noodles use the ever handy soft udon noodles that you can buy in vacuum packed individual portions. Turn off heat and add in as much red pepper as you desire. You can cook Mike's Spicy Thai Udon Noodles using 13 simple ingredients and 6 easy steps. This is guide how achieve it.
Ingredients of Mike's Spicy Thai Udon Noodles
- Prepare 2 (7 oz) of Packages Udon Noodles.
- Prepare 1/3 Cup of Thai Dried Shrimp [left whole].
- Prepare 1/4 Cup of Fresh Thai Basil [+ reserves].
- Prepare 3 of LG Fresh Garlic Cloves [diced].
- It’s 1 Cup of Fresh Cilantro Leaves [left whole + reserves].
- You need 3 of LG Fresh Thai Chili Peppers [minced + reserves].
- Prepare 2 tbsp of Fresh Chives [minced].
- It’s 1 tbsp of Pickled Ginger.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of Garlic Siriacha Sauce [+ reserves].
- It’s 1 tbsp of Quality Fish Sauce [+ reserves].
- It’s 1 tbsp of Soy Sauce [+ reserves].
- Prepare 1.5 tbsp of Garlic Olive Oil [+ extra if desired].
- Prepare of ● See Garnishment Ideas In Step #6.
Put udon inside and mix to combine all ingredients. Anyway, these Spicy Thai Noodles come together super quick and they are SO good. Would you recommend just linguini or would you think it would be as delicious with soba, udon or somen noodles? Ingredients In Spicy Thai Chicken With Veggie Noodles.
Mike's Spicy Thai Udon Noodles instructions
- Chop all of your vegetables and herbs. Including reserves..
- Add your dried shrimp, garlic and peppers to 4 cups water and boil for 5 minutes..
- Add your Udon Noodles and bring your broth back up to a boil..
- Drain and place quickly back into your pot..
- Adding no heat – add your soft herbs and seasonings. Gently mix and lift with chopsticks as not to bruise or tear your noodles..
- Serve immediately with with additional ginger, garlic chili, fish and soy sauces. Garnish with fresh cilantro, thai basil, additional peppers, lime wedges, radishes and sesame seeds. Enjoy!.
Noodles – any Asian style noodles will work, like rice noodles, udon noodles, ramen, etc. Sesame oil – you can use olive oil if that's all you have but I love the taste of sesame oil in this dish. They're packed full of sweet and spicy Thai flavor! One of my favorite things to order out is Thai food. There's a little place just south of downtown Salt Lake City that has the best pad Thai.