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15 INGREDIENTS7 STEPS20MIN

Ginger Soy Noodles

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Snowflakes & Coffeecakes
My name is Diane, but you can call me Mama V! I'm the recipe developer, photographer, writer and website designer behind Snowflakes & Cupcakes! Thanks for stopping by!
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We love these extra saucy Asian-inspired Ginger Soy Noodles with bell peppers, sweet onion, edamame, and an addicting sweet and spicy ginger and soy sauce.

20MIN

Total Cooking Time

15

Ingredients
Snowflakes & Coffeecakes
My name is Diane, but you can call me Mama V! I'm the recipe developer, photographer, writer and website designer behind Snowflakes & Cupcakes! Thanks for stopping by!
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Ingredients
US / METRIC
Servings:
4
Serves 4
8 oz
Udon Noodles
2 Tbsp
Sesame Oil
Peanut Oil
2
Red Bell Peppers , deseeded, sliced
1
Medium Onion
cut into 1/3-inch slices
2 1/4 cups
Edamame
shelled
Ginger Soy Sauce
1/4 cup
Hoisin Sauce
2 Tbsp
Mirin
2 Tbsp
Rice Vinegar
2 Tbsp
Brown Sugar
1 tsp
Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
Sriracha
1 tsp
Sesame Oil
2 cloves
Garlic , minced
1 1/2 in
Fresh Ginger , peeled, grated
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Author's Notes

You can substitute dried Udon, Soba or any other Asian noodle – simply cook according to package directions; drain well before using.  Please note that some soba noodles contain wheat flour, which takes them out of the gluten-free category.

Directions

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Step 1
In a medium saucepan, whisk together Hoisin Sauce (1/4 cup) , Low-Sodium Soy Sauce (2 Tbsp) , Mirin (2 Tbsp) , Rice Vinegar (2 Tbsp) , Honey (2 Tbsp) , Crushed Red Pepper Flakes (1 tsp) , Sesame Oil (1 tsp) , Garlic (2 cloves) and Fresh Ginger (1 1/2 in) .
Step 2
Bring to a simmer and reduce heat to low; whisk constantly until the sauce just starts to thicken. Remove from heat and stir in Sesame Seeds (1 Tbsp) ; set aside.
Step 3
Heat a large frying pan or wok over medium-high heat.  Add Sesame Oil (2 Tbsp) and when hot, stir-fry the Onion (1) for 4 to 5 minutes or until they soften and start to caramelize.
Step 4
Add Red Bell Peppers (2) and continue stir frying until tender (about 2-3 minutes); add Edamame (2 1/4 cups) and cook for an additional minute or two; remove from pan and cover to keep warm.
Step 5
Add Udon Noodles (8 oz) to the center of the pan.  If you are using fresh udon noodles, they will be “springy” but will become tender as you cook them; if you are using dried noodles that have been cooked and drained, they will already be tender when you place them in your pan. Stir-fry for 2-3 minutes, turning until lightly golden.
Step 6
Drizzle with Ginger Soy Sauce and combine everything together. Add sautéed vegetables back to pan. Continue cooking until the noodles have softened and cooked through, about 2 to 3 additional minutes.
Step 7
Sprinkle with Sesame Seeds (1 Tbsp) and serve warm. Enjoy!

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