Peanut Udon Noodles

with Kale, Edamame and Red Bell Pepper

  • 15 min
15 minutes and less
Vegetarian
Peanut
Soy
Under 600 calories
Family Friendly
High in fiber
Udon, along with soba noodles, are the most consumed noodles in Japan. These thick noodles are showcased in these delicious bowls that are bursting with flavours of peanut, sesame and tamari!
Peanut Udon Noodles

Ingredients

1/2 cup(s)
Edamames
3 leave(s)
Kale
1/4 cup(s)
Peanut Butter
1/2
Red Bell Pepper(s)
1 tsp
Sesame Oil
1 tbsp
Tamari Sauce
200 g
Udon Noodles
1/4 cup(s)
Water (not included)
1 tbsp
White Sesame Seeds
Nutritional facts
Serving per portion
Amount / Serving
Calories
465 kcal
Total fat
21 g
Saturated Fat
3 g
Sodium
802 mg
Total Carbohydrate
56 g
Fiber
10 g
Sugar
9 g
Proteins
18 g

Instructions

Boil two pots of water
1

Start boiling the water

Bring two medium pots of water to a boil over high heat.

Prepare the kale and pepper
2

While waiting for water to boil

Remove kale leaves from stems and slice into 1/2" pieces. Thinly slice red pepper.

Add the vegetables and sauce ingredients
3

Cook the vegetables

Add sesame oil, tamari, red pepper and edamame to a frying pan and cook for 2 min over medium-high heat to soften the vegetables. Add peanut butter and water, stir to combine, and turn off heat.

Cook the kale
4

Cook the kale

In one pot of boiling water, drop in the kale for 30 seconds. Drain and add kale to the pan with the red pepper. Stir to coat.

Cook the noodles
5

Cook the noodles

In the other pot of boiling water, cook the udon noodles for 3-4 min over medium-high heat, stirring from time to time.

Serve and garnish
6

Finish the dish and serve

Use tongs to add noodles straight from the water to the frying pan with the peanut sauce. Serve udon noodles in bowls and garnish with sesame seeds.