Recipe: Udon Noodles And Raw Veggies

Most evenings when I come home from work I want something light to eat with lots of nutrients. Most importantly, I want something that’s quick and easy so I can make the most of my evening. I have always been a fan of noodle-based food like soba, rice, and udon, and believe they are a great and easy way to make a filling but healthy meal with a lot of vegetables. This recipe uses raw vegetables and a dressing that gives it that finished taste. It leaves you feeling comfortably full and satisfied.

Here’s how to make udon noodle and raw vegetables.

What you need:

Serves six

8 ounces udon noodles

½ cup reduced sodium soy sauce

1 teaspoon sesame oil

2 tablespoons canola oil

2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar

1 ½ teaspoon red pepper flakes

1 bunch of green onions, chopped

1 red pepper, thinly sliced

¼ head of red cabbage, thinly sliced

2 whole carrots, shredded

2 cups shelled edamame, steamed

½ cup of toasted sesame seeds


Cook udon noodles according to directions on the back of the package and rinse in a colander.

udon noodles and raw veggies

Chop up all your vegetables (as shown above) and toss into a bowl with the udon noodles

In a small bowl, whisk together the Soy source, sesame oil, canola oil, rice wine vinegar and red pepper flakes

ubdon noodles and raw veggies


udon noodles and raw veggies

Pour the dressing onto the noodles and the veggies and toss well. There you have it, a tasty and healthy meal!

udon noodles and raw veggies


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9 years ago

Quick, easy and healthy, exactly what I look for (especially the quick part, more time to blog ;)

9 years ago


9 years ago

FP should do another change room video! I love those!

9 years ago

Those are flat noodles, not udon noodles. Even dried ones are round.

9 years ago

this looks delicous but half a cup of low sodium soy sauce is definitely not healthy

8 years ago

half a cup of LOW sodium soy sauce is nothing compared to all the salt/sodium that goes into the other foods you eat/cook everyday…