Shrimp & Vegetable Noodle Soup

Posted: November 29th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: pasta/noodle, shellfish, veggies | 8 Comments »

It’s been cold since last week. In this cold weather, I need coffee, tea and noodle soup!

Since I was very little, I have been a big noodle lover. I used to eat udon noodle for breakfast everyday, every single day!

When I came to California to live, finding the yummy noodle places became one of my hobbies. I have my favorite restaurants, but I am still working on finding them. If you know the yummy noodle restaurants, please let me know!!

I don’t do “every morning noodle” anymore, but I made noodle soup with shrimp and vegetable for lunch today.

[ ingredients ]
napa cabbage 5 – 7 leaves (stem part: cut into 2 inch long sticks, leaf part: 2 inches long)
carrot 2 inches long (cut it into sticks)
ginger 1 thumb sized (cut it into very thin sticks) 
edamame 2 Tbs 
shrimp 4 (remove the shells) 
dried shiitake mushroom 1
chinese style noodle (if it’s dried one, cook as directed)
chicken/vegetable stock 2 cups
sake (1Tbs), soy sauce (1tsp), oyster sauce (1/2tsp), salt, pepper

UPDATE on Dec. 1
[ how to do it ]
Stir fly ginger with sesame oil to release the flavor. Add stem part of cabbage and carrot and stir for 1 min. Add shrimp. Sprinkle sake. When shrimp’s color changes, take them out and set aside. Pour chicken broth/vegetable broth and cook to boil. Break the dried shiitake mushrooms into small pieces and add to the pan. Cook for a few minutes. Season with soy sauce, cooking sake, oyster sauce, salt and pepper. Add cabbage leaves and noodles, and cook it until they are just right.  

Shrimp & Vegetable Soup Noodle





[ 材料 ]
酒、醤油、オイスターソース、 塩、こしょう


8 Comments on “Shrimp & Vegetable Noodle Soup”

  1. 1 daysofWLA said at 10:46 am on November 30th, 2010:


  2. 2 Angela said at 11:00 am on November 30th, 2010:

    could you post the recipe in english too please? i really want to make this! thanks

  3. 3 Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets said at 7:38 pm on November 30th, 2010:

    Very pretty photo with the steam still coming off the dish. What a great comforting, healthy meal.

  4. 4 junko said at 9:04 pm on November 30th, 2010:


  5. 5 junko said at 9:06 pm on November 30th, 2010:

    Hi Angela!
    Thank you for your interest in this recipe. I will have an update for you soon. Please stand by…

  6. 6 junko said at 9:08 pm on November 30th, 2010:

    Hi Xiaolu!
    Thank you for your kind words! I am glad you liked the photo.

  7. 7 Maya@Foodiva's Kitchen said at 3:41 pm on December 2nd, 2010:

    I’m a big fan of noodles for breakfast too, and I could quite easily have this steaming plate of noodle soup that you made! Make that two plates… :-) . Thanks for your kind comments on my Top 9 dish!

  8. 8 junko said at 11:17 pm on December 2nd, 2010:

    Hi Maya!

    Wow, you and I can be good noodle buddies. Hahaha, OK, I will make it one for you! My pleasure.

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