Friday, September 14, 2012

Creamy Seafood Miso Udon

This was a wonderful dish for a rainy day here in Denmark. A friend of mine passed me fresh udon noodles and I cooked it up with a delicious seafood broth, spinach and cream.

Fresh udon noodles
tiger prawns
5 ikan bilis (dried anchovies)
spinach chopped
1/4 cup cream
miso soup paste
splash of mirin
splash of soy sauce
thumb sized piece of ginger
3 cloves garlic

1. Heat a pot of water and put in ikan bilis to act as seafood base. Add ginger and garlic
2. When water is boiling, add the miso soup paste. Add mirin and soy sauce.
3. Add prawns, cream and spinach. Then add the noodles when prawns are cooked.
4. Serve with a sprinkle of red pepper.


May said...

Have you found ikan bilis here? I always have to wait for family visits from Malaysia to get some. :)

Paula said...

I have seen them at the Asian shop but they arent of good quality unfortunately. Mine comes from Singapore as well.

May said...

Ah, thanks. Maybe we should start our own import company. ;)