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Noodles with Spicy Ground Pork Recipe

Thursday, May 07, 2009 | Labels: , , , |

ese noodles are delicious and extremely easy to whip up in your kitchen. I used whole grain udon noodles in the interests of lower calories - ground pork is very versatile and I would always have some in my freezer. You can 'dress' the ground pork up or down with some different twists in ingredients. Today I chose to add a bit of spice to my ground pork and so I added some bird's eye chilli peppers and a small dash of curry powder to the mix.

TIP: I always have ginger, garlic, shallots and green onions in my fridge at all times. You can also chop up a lot of green onions and freeze them and use when required since green onions tend to go bad quite fast.



1 packet of udon noodles (you can use other types of noodles)
1/2 pound of ground pork
2 stalks green onions, sliced
3 stalks of boy choy - boil separately
5 bird's eye chilli peppers
3 cloves garlic, minced
2 shallots, minced

Seasonings: (easier to mix in a bowl but I tend to add my seasonings as I cook out of habit)
2 tbsps dark soy sauce or to taste
2 drops of sesame oil
1/2 tsp of curry powder (optional)
1 tsp sugar or to taste
Dash of sake

For more noodles recipes on Tastes of Home, please click below:

Stir-fried Udon Noodles with Chicken and Mushrooms Recipe

Soba Noodles in Bonito Broth Recipe



Firstly, boil the noodles according to package instructions. I ran my noodles under some cold water to lessen the starchiness (optional). Next, heat about 2 tbsps of oil in your wok or pan. Add the minced garlic, shallots, bird's eye chillis and green onions and saute on low heat till fragrant. Add the ground pork and stir around briskly. Pour in the seasoning ingredients and stir-fry till cooked. Finally, add in the cooked noodles and stir-around to coat evenly. Dish onto individual plates and garnish with the cooked bok choy.


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noobcook said...

looks sooooo delicious! reminds me a lot of zha jiang mian too which I luv.

Dora said...

Zha Jiang mian is my favourite!

jen ® said...

i just tried this recipe *THUMBS UP* i added some mushrooms too because i love mushrooms. thank you so much for the recipe! i love it :)

natasya said...

I am so glad I tumbled upon your lovely blog. I want to tell you i cooked this dish last night for dinner and it was so easy yet so delicious. can't wait to try out the rest of your recipes.

Jen (Tastes of Home) said...

thanks wiffy, dora, jen and Natasya - glad u liked it!

Natasya - hope you will like the rest too :)

Meredith said...

Oh my gosh, this look delicious! And so beautiful! Your photographs are gorgeous.
I've recently launched my own blog, I'd love for you to check it out and let me know what you think :)
Thanks, and Happy Cooking!!!

Creejy said...

When you say one packet of udon noodles is that the 200 gram size

Heather MacDonald said...

What number of servings is this intended to be?

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