Saturday, November 3, 2007

Stir-Fried Black Pepper Udon Noodles

This morning I can't even wake up at 7 am. I was planning to go to the wet market this morning but yesterday night slept at about 4 am. MSNing with new blogger friend Wen and also PK till about 2 am and then did the laundry and the ironing together with Dearie Suki till almost 4 am. Fuyoh.... *sweating*

4 of us slept till 10 am this morning and surprisingly today the kids slept till so late. Maybe because I didn't set the air-con off timer. Once wake up again start cleaning the house while Dearie Suki take care the kids.

Lunch time..... nothing in the fridge. For 3 weeks I didn't go to the market and what I can find in the fridge is prawn, beancurd skin, 2 packet of Udon Noodles ( it has been there for ages, but still not expired ) and 1 carrot. What am I going to do with it .... Stir-Fried Black Pepper Udon Noodles lor.

Did a quick one for the kids and boil 2 hard boiled eggs for them. Shape it with an egg moulder I bought from Ebay. Well I think the lunch is lovely for the kids and myself also start enjoying it with the kids after a tired morning of cleaning.

The stir-fried black pepper udon is super easy. Cut the carrot with a STAR cutter and for the sauce you just need 1 tbsp black pepper sauce, 2 tbsp oyster sauce, 1 tbsp Kikkoman soya sauce, 1 tsp chicken granules, 3 tbsp water and 1 tsp dark soya sauce.

Here are the easy steps :
1. Sautee chopped garlic till fragrant.
2. Add in carrot, beancurd and the prawn. Stir for a minute.
3. Add in udon noodles and pour the sauce over. Cover and simmer for about 5 minutes or until the sauce is a bit dry up. Dish and serve.

This Udon Noodles set is for the kids. For Le-Ann she have the egg with the fish shape and for Ee-Thern he have the egg with a car shape. But I think the egg I bought is a bit too small and end up the fish without the mouth and the car without the front portion. Also each of them have 2 slices of persimmons.

No doubt about it, Le-Ann finished up the whole plate but little boy a bit naughty only eat half of the noodles. He still prefer rice, really a ' FARN TONG'.

Tonight dinner, Dearie Suki will take care as I will be going out to have fun with my 'ci mui' friends again to celebrate Nick & Sam birthday. We will have dinner at KLCC then proceed to a pub or bar somewhere around that area. Wanted to go to 'The Loft' but it is fully booked, aiyar... anyway hope that we can find a nice place for our drinking session.


Trinity said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe.. I will note it and try it!

Sue sue I have something for you..

ilovepearly said...

Udon noodle looks good, Wish my meal would be as cute as that back when I was a kid.

Sweetiepie said...

you really a great cooking mom.I'd bought some udon noodle for the past few days and donno how to cook with it.Thaks for sharing the recipe!

Happy Food Happy Thots said...

Hi I am from Singapore. I like udon noodles too and isn't it amazing what you can do with so few ingredients? I can just add lettuce and lots of tonkatsu sauce to the udon noodles and they still taste fantastic. :)

jane said...

WAHHH so fun, even now still hang out with cimui at pubs!!! I wanna be JUST THAT when if i ever have kids one day!!! wonder how u manage, all ur frens can come out as well?? if not mistaken, u were the one who travel to places with ur cimui every year rite?

I Cook4Fun said...

Sue, you are really good. Always prepared cut little meal for the kids. I notice Le-Ann carry her chopsticks so far to the end. Next time when she grow up she will kahwin far far away :) :) So young but really pandai using chopsticks :) :)

Judy said...

Looks nice. If my mum decorate my dinner plate like that, wah, sure I sapu everything lah!

I noticed your daughter's chopsticks are very long and she holds them right at the end (just like I did when I was about her age or a bit older). Not that I believe in housewives' tales but they used to say that I would marry far away cos of the way I held my chopsticks! Hahahaha.

Sue Sue said...

Trinity: Hey I've checked out ur blog. Thanks for it.

ilovepearly: I also wish mine as cute as that. Kids nowadays are lucky.

sweetpie: Hi thanks for dropping by.

Happyfoodhappythots: Hi thanks for visiting too. I just simply taruk only and didnt expect it turn out good leh

Jane: Yup this group are my good friends in UNI and we will go travelling every year without miss.

Wan & Judy : Yes lor hor she ah kecik2 also know how to hold chopstick some hold till so high up sure next time kahwin ang moh liao

jodie said...

Thanks so much for the recipe! My kids love these noodles at the shop across the street here in Malaysia, but I'm Canadian and didn't have a clue how to cook them! They'll be so surprised.

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