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29 August, 2015

Better Than Take Out Stir Fry with Udon Noodles

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 Enjoy this video!

Yep, you heard that right! This is waaaaaay better than take out. Once you make this, you will never care for take out stir fry again! This is also an oil free recipe.

If you like those little take out boxes like I do, did you know that you can order them online? That way, you can put this into them and eat it with chopsticks if you’d like! I buy a huge bag of chopsticks from our local asian market for about $3. If you live somewhere that you are unable to buy them you can also get those online. 

unnamed (17)The udon noodles are my favorite kind of noodle. It’s a very thick Japanese noodle made from wheat flour. You can find these already made in the refrigerated section or dry in the noodle section of your local asian market. 

I also use a  vegetarian stir fry sauce and a sweet chili sauce in this recipe. 

I’m going to be putting up a link soon that has all of my favorite things that I use quite consistently so that you will know where to get them from!

Definitely try this recipe. It is also one of those very simple and very quick meals that you can have from stovetop to plate in less than 30 minutes. It is very filling and delicious! I would only keep leftovers for about 3 days at most.

And hey, if you make this dish or any others, I would absolutely love to not only hear about your experience but I’d love to see pictures!

Be sure to subscribe to the food blog and also, you are invited to the Facebook Community I opened up called Dani’s Kitchen. Come on over there and see vegan and other plant based recipes and share your own too! 

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Better Than Take-out Stir Fry with Udon Noodles
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Better Than Take-out Stir Fry with Udon Noodles
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Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. In a wok, put all of your vegetables and on high heat, stir them. Do not use oil.
  2. Add your tamari and start adding your stir fry sauce in increments. Do not put the whole stir fry sauce in there because you may not need the whole amount. stir well.
  3. Add your spices and stir.
  4. Lower the heat to medium low at this time. If you are using any frozen vegetables make sure they are no longer frozen before lowering the heat.
  5. Then, add in your noodles. Add in half at a time and stir.
  6. Add more stir fry sauce and also add your sweet chili sauce at this time and the other half of your noodles.
  7. Stir well and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

For the vegetables, I like to cut up onions into thick strips, red peppers and green peppers into thick strips and mushrooms into thick slices. I also like to add matchstick carrots, shredded purple and green cabbage, bean sprouts, and some broccoli florets.

Alternatively, you can certainly buy pre cut stir fry vegetables in the frozen section at the grocery store if you are looking for something super fast!

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