Serve the noodles cold or hot, as you like. Chives ball dipping sauce for udon noodles


Serve the noodles cold or hot, as you like. Chives ball dipping sauce for udon noodles

    Pork, chives, and eggs are a great combination to boost stamina and recover from fatigue. The sauce goes well with both chilled and/or freshly boiled udon noodles.

    Enjoy it with plenty of sesame-flavored dipping sauce.

Pointers from Rie

  • If you use fragrant bonito soy sauce, you can easily create the taste of the delicious dipping sauce.
  • Chives, which are in season, are characterized by their good fragrance and softness.
  • Don’t add the chives all at once. Add the tips of the leaves after the eggs are combined to prevent overheating and enjoy the aroma even more.
  • We also recommend thin udon noodles and cold barley noodles, as the flavors are easily entwined.

Ingredients (for 4 people)

Udon 400g
Pork (thin sliced for shabu-shabu use) 200g
Chives 1/2 bunch
Green onion 1 stalk
a)Bonito soy sauce
5 tablespoons
2 teaspoons
Eggs 4
Sesame oil 2 tsp2
Ground sesame seeds (white) 4 tsp


Nutritional value (per serving)

Energy 610kcal
Protein 26.3g
Fat 19.6g
Carbohydrates 84.6g
Salt equivalent 6.5g


  • Cut the pork in half and the chives into 3 cm wide pieces. Slice the green onion diagonally into 1 cm wide pieces, and beat the egg.
  • Put a) in a pot and put it on high heat. When it boils, turn the heat down to medium, add the pork, and mix with chopsticks to prevent sticking.
  • Add the green onion and 3/4 of the chives to 2. and bring to a boil. Increase the heat, pour in the eggs, mix lightly and stir, add the remaining chives, sprinkle with sesame oil, and turn off the heat.
  • Boil plenty of water in another pot, and when it boils, add the udon. Mix and loosen with chopsticks and boil for the specified time, transfer to a colander and drain. If you want to eat it cold, wash it under running water to remove the slime, and rinse with cold water.
  • Pour the warmed 3. into a bowl and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Place the drained udon on a plate and add to the dipping sauce.

MOA natural foods used

Banshu udon / Hakkinton pork shoulder loin for shabu-shabu (frozen) / Bonito soy sauce / Mineral sugar / Free-range fertilized eggs / Sesame oil
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