Sautee Udon Noodles with Shrimp & Vegetables

Sautee Udon Noodles with Shrimp & Vegetables

I love udon noodles because of its soft and chewy texture.  In this video, I sautee udon noodles with some shrimp and fresh vegetables and top it with a savory sauce.


  • Oodong noodles (4 cubes)
  • Shrimp (1 lb, about 20 pieces)
  • Snow peas (2 cups)
  • Carrott (1/2 of one carrot, julienned)
  • Broccoli (2 cups)

Can’t find udon noodles in your market, get it here:
Hime Dried Udon Noodles, 28.2-Ounce

Sauce Condiments:

  • Hoisin Sauce (5 tablespoons)
  • Sirracha Sauce (2 tablespoons)
  • Soy Sauce (2 tablespoons)
  • Vegetable Oil (1 tablespoon)

Can’t find some of these Asian condiments? Get them here:

Huy Fong, Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce, 17 Ounce Bottle

Lee Kum Kee Hoisin Sauce – 20 oz.



  1. AngieG9 says

    Moon, this is one of my favorite dishes that I order in often. Thanks for posting the recipe so I can make it myself now. I had the vegetable and shrimp part figured out, but the sauce was a mystery to me, and I wasn’t sure what kind of noodles to get. Now all I will have to do is make a trip to the grocery next week for the right ingredients, and hope the shrimp makes it into the dish instead of my mouth. Can’t wait to make it.

  2. Ying & Yang Living says

    Angie… What kind of restaurant do you order this dish, cause I have never seen Udon noodles made this way in a restaurant. I made it up myself! Would be curious to know!

  3. AngieG9 says

    Moon, I get it from a Chinese restaurant, and they probably aren’t udon noodles. They are just called shrimp and noodles, so if I can’t find the udon noodles here I’ll order them from the site you have up, plus any of the sauces I can’t find.

    Do you make the steamed dumplings? I love those also, but don’t have a clue how to seal the dumplings. Or make the filling. The steaming I know how to do.

  4. AngieG9 says

    Found everything at the grocery today. Hooray for me. I can make the Udon noodles now.

  5. AngieG9 says

    They are much better than the noodles I get from the delivery I get. Thanks so much for this recipe. Costs about 1/3 the price of delivery before the tip. Even when I eat half the shrimp before it hits the pan.

  6. Ying & Yang Living says

    You’re welcome! I know what you’re saying about the shrimp, cause I’m the same way when I love something, it gets half eaten and then I’m not even hungry after it’s all cooked!!