This Japanese fried noodle dish is always popular with my family and guests and is as good for a week day meal as it is for Shabbat. It is important to fry the ginger and green onions so that their essential oils are released.
Note: Udon are thick noodles and Soba are thin noodles.
This is an absolute favorite! I usually make this around thanksgiving, but also for other special occasions. Everyone always loves it, and they always beg for the recipe! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! (prep time does not include time for steaming and cooling carrots, as this can vary).
i guess this is considered a jewish dish we've eaten forever, i can't believe i didn't post this years ago.
toasted noodle barley is a pasta that is barley shaped, you can find it in the kosher section of your supermarket, usually with the manichewitz products.