10 Minute Udon Soup
10 Minute Lunch

10 Minute Udon Soup

Good soup just got better with Ann Marie's 10 minute udon soup. And no, it doesn't involve an instant packet of freeze dried noodles and sodium laden seasoning. This quick and easy recipe is perfect for the office with our Chopsticks and microwavable Food Containers.


To Grab

  • Dashi powder
  • Soy sauce
  • Mirin
  • Sugar
  • Baby bok choy
  • Green onion
  • Soft boiled egg
  • Udon noodles


To Do

  1. Add the dashi power, soy sauce, mirin, and sugar to a Sauce Pot. Secure the cap and shake to combine
  2. To a large Food Container, add uncooked udon noodles, baby bok choy and your vegetables of choice.
  3. To a small Food Container, add the soft boiled egg and chopped green onions.
  4. When you’re ready to eat, add the dashi mixture to the Container with the noodles and bok choy. Add about 1 cup of water (or enough to cover the noodles about half way or so).
  5. Microwave on high for 2 minutes or until the broth is hot and the noodles pull apart. Top with egg and green onion. Enjoy!
Recipe and food styling by Ann Marie Elaban – a a food stylist, content creator, and crafter in Cleveland, Ohio. 


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