The Best Curry Udon Noodles Recipe with Dashi Broth | Cooking with Dog

The Best Curry Udon Noodles Recipe with Dashi Broth | Cooking with Dog


Hi, I’m Francis, the host of this show “Cooking with Dog.” Today, I’m in the mood for delicious curry udon so I chose this Curry Udon recipe. First, let’s prepare the ingredients. Cut the onion in half lengthwise and then slice into 1cm (0.4″) slices across the grain. Slice the carrot into 4cm (1.6″) slices and cut into 2mm (0.1″) strips. Tear the shimeji mushrooms into small pieces. And slice the long green onion into 2cm (0.8″) pieces. Now, let’s make the curry sauce for udon noodles. Add a small amount of vegetable oil to a pot and turn on the burner. Add in the white part of the long green onion sliced diagonally. Saute the onion to make it sweet and tender. When the onion is deliciously browned, remove and save it on a plate. Add the vegetable oil again and reheat the pot. Add the onion, carrot and shimeji mushrooms. Lightly cook the ingredients. When the oil is distributed evenly, add in the beef slices. Continue to saute the ingredients. When the redness in the meat has disappeared, reduce the heat to low. Then, add the curry powder. Stir-fry and bring out the aroma. The curry powder will easily burn so turn the heat off or maintain the lowest possible heat. Now, pour the dashi stock into the pot. The curry has a strong flavor so you should use a relatively rich and savory broth to compensate. Add the sugar, and usukuchi soy sauce or regular soy sauce. Combine the sauce. Bring it to a boil on medium heat. Then, remove the foam. When the vegetables soften, reduce the heat to low. Thoroughly stir the diluted potato starch and add it to the broth a little at a time. If the heat is too strong, the starch will instantly clump up before it can be distributed. Now, the sauce slightly thickens. Bring it to a boil on medium heat. Then, add the long green onion. The dashi stock really brings out the flavor of this Japanese-style curry. And now, let’s make the curry udon. Place the frozen udon noodles into a pot of boiling water. Loosen up the noodles. Then, boil for 30 seconds. Remove the pot and quickly place the udon into a mesh strainer. Remove the excess water thoroughly and place the noodles into a bowl. Pour the hot curry sauce over the udon along with the ingredients. The usukuchi soy sauce helps to retain the nice color of curry sauce but you can also use regular soy sauce. Finally, top with the chopped spring onion leaves. Some people may have difficulties to find mirin so we intentionally made this recipe without using it. Hope more people can enjoy this delicious curry udon noodles! This time, Francis will bring this Japanese-style curry to Cooking with Ai and TabiEats. Please prepare udon noodles and spring onion leaves. Usukuchi soy sauce is both saltier and lighter in color than regular soy sauce. It is often used in dishes that feature the colors of ingredients to help keep them from darkening. Good luck in the kitchen!

100 thoughts on “The Best Curry Udon Noodles Recipe with Dashi Broth | Cooking with Dog”

  1. the dogs hair will go to the food in a pot because is straight to it dont put the dog near to the stove

  2. I was looking up bento boxes and there was a 'cooking with dog' box, so I googled it and hay… This is pretty cute.

  3. Hey my fellow american viewers ( and where ever else Walmarts exist), Walmart has Mirin in its Asian foods section, Just make sure your 21 or have someone with you that is on the off chance the cashier knows what it is ( sweet cooking sake)

  4. Can she please be my mom? Ive been watching this channel now for years and every single time, this has never failed to make me extremely hungry.

  5. This guy's the laziest chef I've ever seen. He just hangs around trying to look cute while his assistant does all the work.

  6. Charming series. Even if I don't cook the recipes myself I enjoy & appreciate more what I buy when out on the town. Thank you.

  7. This is my first time making this so is there a specific type of curry powder or multiple if there is multiple what curry powder is best😅

  8. Your recipes are fail proof. I've made so many delicious meals thanks to this channel and am excited to try this one next!

  9. I love curry dipping noodles with udon! You can mix the curry or you can have it on the side to dip. There is a place I love and Tokyo that has Curry dip noodles so yummy! I could eat them everyday all. 🙂

  10. I cooked the recipe for first tonight last night for my wife and kids . All loved it That broth is so delicious. We will repeat. Thanks for sharing it with us !

  11. カレーうどん美味しいですよね~❤️ 寒い季節は特に温まりますね✨ 🐮肉より🐷肉で作ります😍👍 あ、明日の朝食カレーうどんにしよw

  12. Just tried making it and it’s soooo delicious 😍❤️❤️❤️❤️definitely recommend everyone to try it 😊💕thanks chef for sharing your delicious recipe 👍🏻

  13. never knew how easy and quick it is to make curry beef udon.
    one question though, can you use the solid curry block instead of the powder?

    and yeah love how the man says onion(g) hahah!

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