Shrimp Stir Fry Udon Noodles

By: Kay Lalor January 17, 2022
Craving noodles but don’t want to eat a noodle soup in a hot and humid weather, a stir fry will be a better option. Minnesota is known for its below zero temperatures and snowy days, but what many don’t realize are it’s hot and humid summer season that can reach the upper 90’s and even beyond scorching 100 degree temperatures. Don’t let Minnesota fool you about what it’s known for, summers here feel like the Bahamas, literally. So for hot summers like these, here is an alternative to hit that noodle craving in a one pot dish.
Prep: 15m Cook: 15m Total: 30m
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Complexity: Simple
Servings: 2



  1. Drizzle extra virgin olive oil in the saucepan over medium to high heat.
  2. Once the extra virgin olive oil is hot, add the shrimp and stir until cooked and then set it aside.
  3. Drizzle more extra virgin olive oil in the same saucepan and add onionsred bell pepper, and celery to cook for 3-5 minutes. Tip: when cooking the vegetables, it's best to cook the dense vegetables first to allow enough cooking time to soften before adding other soft vegetables.
  4. Once the onionred bell pepper, and celery are semi soft and then add the baby bella mushrooms. Tip: Feel free to add splashes of water to help cook the baby bella mushrooms faster.
  5. Add the cooked shrimpkalecilantrogreen oniondill and the cooked and drained udon noodles and stir.
  6. Then add the black bean garlic sauce and stir.
  7. Optional: Add soy sauce for additional saltiness and spicy chili oil for spice. Ready to serve.

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