This ham and vegetable udon noodle soup is a perfect cold winter meal. This soup is easy to prepare and even easier to eat!
There is nothing better than a hearty, steaming bowl of soup during the winter. Even better is a hot bowl of soup that comes together quickly, for those short lunch hours or busy school nights. Since I received these Fortune Udon Noodles from JSL Foods, the kids have been begging me to make it for them. I wanted to create a soup for them that tastes great, uses foods that they will eat and includes vegetables and protein.
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Using Fortune Udon Original Flavor as the base for my soup, I added minced garlic, steamed broccoli and zucchini, cooked ham, a hard boiled egg and topped it with green onion and black pepper. Simple, yet delicious. There is also Chicken Flavor and Mushroom Flavor too!
See how I make my hard boiled eggs turn out perfectly here.
I really enjoy a soup you can eat with a fork. Adding the extra garlic to the soup really enhances the flavor. Especially with the broccoli! Yum! The Fortune Udon noodles are precooked and MSG free and are ready to go in minutes.
Still hungry? How about a Quinoa, Veggie and Feta Protein Bowl.
- 1 package Fortune Udon Noodles in Original Flavor
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- 1 slice cooked or boiled ham, diced
- 1 hard boiled egg
- 1/2 cup fresh broccoli
- 1/2 cup yellow zucchini, chopped
- 1/4 cup green onions, chopped
- freshly ground black pepper
Steam broccoli and zucchini until semi-soft. In a separate bowl, add water for udon noodles over high head.
Add minced garlic into the water and bring to a boil.
Cook udon noodles and seasoning pouch according to package directions.
Once noodles are prepared, stir in chopped ham, broccoli and zucchini.
Top with hard boiled egg, green onions and black pepper.
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What do you like to put in your noodle soup? I’d love to know…put your answer in the comment section!