Japanese Noodle Dishes
An array of noodles are popular in Japanese cuisine for almost any meal. Enjoy these Japanese recipes featuring ramen, shirataki, soba, somen, or udon noodles.See Popular Japanese Noodle Dishes Recipes
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Inspired by a snack served at Japanese restaurants, Marcia Kiesel boils udon noodles until they are just al dente, then ties them into small bundles and quickly fries them in a shallow layer of vegetable oil. They are addictively crunchy.
"Lime, mint, peanuts, panko, noodles, shrimp -- lots of textures collide in this dish, screaming for a white wine with some acidity," says restaurateur Peter Kasperski.
This recipe makes four noodle bowls of large shrimp, red sweet pepper, and fresh snow pea pods flavored with either purchased or homemade Green Curry Paste.
This stir-fry calls for succulent pork tenderloin, shiitake, bok choy and chewy noodles -- either Japanese curly noodles (available in the international aisle of supermarkets) or instant ramen.
Japanese buckwheat (soba) noodles, tossed with orange sections, red onion and topped with balsamic marinated salmon, add subtle earthy flavor to this hearty yet low-fat main dish recipe.
The tahini and sesame dressing is what makes this steak and soba noodle bowl stand out from the pasta pack.
Tofu, Asian vegetables and cellophane noodles are the key ingredients in this healthy version of a classic Japanese dish.
Marinated pork adds bold flavor while crunchy coleslaw lends a colorful component to this spicy Asian spaghetti dinner.
Lots of veggies, grilled chicken and a peanut dressing blend to create this chilled main-dish salad.
Sirloin steak, soba noodles (Japanese buckwheat noodles) and shredded carrots make this healthful, aromatic salad a sophisticated treat any night of the week.
A fascinating blend of flavorings add Asian intrigue to this asparagus and beef stir-fry recipe.
This soup is packed with shrimp, pork, mushrooms, noodles, and cabbage, so it's a terrific one-bowl meal. Grace Parisi delicately seasons the broth with store-bought dashi, a Japanese stock made from dried bonito (tuna) flakes.
Use prepackaged ingredients to make this delicious one-dish supper in just 30 minutes.
Vietnamese dishes like this one are light and fresh in flavor. Their differences from other Asian countries' cuisine are subtle--in this sweet-and-sour recipe, fish sauce is used instead of soy sauce.
The Asian sweet chili sauce drizzled over seasoned beef and rice noodles makes a sweet and sassy salad recipe in less than 30 minutes.
Perfect for a hot summer's night, baked tofu, bell peppers and scallions are stir-fried with udon noodles in this quick and easy dish.
Sesame oil, which is extracted from sesame seeds, adds a nutty taste to this Asian main-dish recipe.