Tempura udon is a classic Japanese dish of thick wheat noodles (udon) in a tasty hot broth garnished with crispy chunks of vegetable and shrimp tempura, though our recipe will skip shrimp.
Udon soup broth can be easily prepared from scratch using three simple ingredients that should be staples of any Japanese cuisine kitchen: dashi broth, soy sauce, and mirin.
Time 35 Minutes
1. Step by step for this delicious soup
Heat the water for the soup.
Dissolve the soy sauce, the dashi, and the wakame, if it lacks a little salt add it a little.
Meanwhile, boil the noodles until smooth, add to the broth, and set aside.
Mix the tempura flour with cold water, add a little salt.
Roll the Vegetables through the flour, then through the tempura mixture. Fry them in the hot oil until golden. Set them aside on a kitchen roll sheet of paper.
Serve the soup, place some tempura vegetables on top and sprinkle the sesame seeds.