Summer Pork Udon with Sesame Sauce (Cold Noodles Recipe) | Cooking with Dog

Summer Pork Udon with Sesame Sauce (Cold Noodles Recipe) | Cooking with Dog


Hi, I’m Francis, the host of this show “Cooking with Dog.” First, let’s prepare the toppings. This is called a myoga ginger bud and it has a refreshing herbaceous flavor. Slice the myoga into thin slices. Next, slice the cucumber into thin slices diagonally. And cut the slices into thin strips. Now, let’s make the sesame sauce. Combine the white sesame paste and the sugar in a bowl and mix it thoroughly. Then, add the soy sauce a little at a time. And mix again. Add the dashi stock and combine the sauce thoroughly. This is chili oil, vegetable oil infused with chili peppers and various spices. Add the chili oil to taste and chill the sauce in the fridge. Now, let’s cook the noodles. Place the frozen udon noodles into a pot of boiling water. Loosen up the noodles. And remove the udon with a mesh strainer. Pour water over the udon to reduce the temperature. Then, place it into a bowl of ice water. Rinse the noodles. Thoroughly remove the water with the mesh strainer and place the noodles onto a plate. And now, in the same pot of boiling water, place the green part of a long green onion and the ginger root slices. Add the sake. Finally, add the thin pork slices and gently stir them around with chopsticks. When the pork turns white, place it onto a paper towel and let it sit to cool. This process will help to remove any unwanted smell and make the pork tender and delicious. And now, let’s garnish the summer udon noodles. Place the pork slices on top of the noodles. Garnish with the shiso leaf, cherry tomato, myoga ginger bud and cucumber. Sprinkle on the chopped spring onion leaves and toasted white sesame seeds. Pour the chilled spicy sesame sauce over the dish and enjoy the cold summer noodles! If you can’t eat pork, try steamed chicken instead. It also goes great with the sesame sauce. Alternatively, you can add citrus juice instead of the chili oil to give the sesame saucea refreshing flavor. Good luck in the kitchen!

75 thoughts on “Summer Pork Udon with Sesame Sauce (Cold Noodles Recipe) | Cooking with Dog

  1. Pour the chilled spicy sesame sauce over the dish and enjoy the cold summer noodles! 🍅🐷🍜 https://youtu.be/eMcSN1ox4JU The rich sesame sauce goes great with the thin pork slices. If you can’t eat pork, try steamed chicken instead. It also goes great with the sesame sauce. Alternatively, you can add citrus juice instead of the chili oil to give the sesame sauce a refreshing flavor. 冷たいピリ辛ごまだれを冷たいうどんにかけていただきます。豚しゃぶと濃厚なごまだれとってもよく合います。豚肉が食べられない方は蒸し鶏で作ってみてください。ごまだれとよく合います。ラー油の代わりに柑橘類の果汁を使ってもさっぱりして美味しいですよ❗😋

  2. What would be a good replacement for the Myoga Ginger Bud?
    I haven't ever seen one of those in germany (not even in shops specialized on asian food). I'd reeally like to try this recipe 🙂

  3. Am I the only one that feels horribly bad when remembers that someday the dog is gonna die and then starts to feel depressed even when it is not your dog?

  4. Is Francis okay ?? We haven't seen him in new videos for such a long time and now he's sitting in a basket and looks to have no energy ! 🙁

    Was all the new Go Francis! series with the stuffed toy made because Francis is sick?

  5. Is Francis okay?? We haven't seen him in a new video for such a long time and now he's sitting in a basket with no energy.

    Did the Go Francis! series start because Francis is sick ? 🙁

  6. Looks great and the next video looks very interesting! I love how excited Francis gets once the cooking is complete every time! No matter how sleepy or sore, no one can resist Chef's cooking 🙂

  7. Chef always makes such good food! And she and Francis are so cute together – wishing them both good health and happiness!

  8. Does throwing green onion, ginger slices, and sake into all that hot water even help to flavor the pork? Seems like it would be better to flavor the pork directly…

  9. what's the name of the second piano song they play in the video? it's in almost all of the videos recently and I really want to know!

  10. Hello friends, I was wondering what's the closest thing I could use instead of Sake in Australia? or If I were to use a Sake, would you please give me a name/brand? I can probably go to Dan Murphy and search for one but hoping to get  not-so-expensive one 🙂

  11. Hello my name is Rosi I am live in japan ….on my channel has vlogs,recipes and more …..see please…

  12. I feel bad that I can't get some of the stuff they use to cook with cause I'm from the USA and it's hard to find most of this stuff…

  13. I've been a fan of your show for over the past few years. Aside from the yummy food, I congratulate you for taking good care of Francis. He's always looked healthy, well fed and well looked after. I'm sure you guys have given him a great life by being such caring and responsible owners. I hope he'll be sticking around, but when he eventually does leave this life, he'd leave being a very happy pet.

  14. 夏にぴったりですね~
    お腹がすいてきました!

  15. YO thanks for the great video iv enjoyed watching an attempting these recipes haha over the years 🙂 Keep it up boss! Still jealous of those japanese eggs.

  16. My mom and i are huge fans! we especially love the chiffon cake, we made it and loved it since its super delicious! I hope you can show us more chiffon cake recepies like chocolate or matcha in the future!

  17. ラー油の代わりにライムジュースと皮をごまだれに入れ、ピーマン、きゅうり、東京ネギカイワレも入れました。おいしくて言葉も出ません!レシピをどうもありがとう!

  18. goma tare "Bukkake"? do i hear this right? Btw chef (or francis).. what is "white sesame paste"? can i replace it with tahini?

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