Udon Shrimp Noodles

I’ll try this someday…

Cooking in Sens


I love Asian noodles, especially fresh udon noodles.  One of my favorite sites, Rasa Malaysia, inspired me to try packaged, pre-boiled udon noodles, and drove me to substitute so many items that I’m sure this doesn’t taste the same but still it was good.  For the original recipe go here:  http://rasamalaysia.com/malaysian-style-fried-udon/2/


The problem with maintaining my kitchen in Sens, France while I’m here in Stuttgart is that some of the things I think are in the pantry here are really in the pantry in Sens.  For instance, oyster sauce;  I must have 3 bottles in Sens and apparently none here.  Fish cakes; Yep, lots in the kitchen freezer in Sens, zip here.  Kecap manis?  Oh-la-la!


I made some kecap manis (Boil together 1/4 cup soy sauce and 1/4 cup brown sugar + 1/8 cup to make a syrup), used hoisin instead of oyster sauce, doubled up on the shrimp…

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