Hoisin-ginger udon noodles featuring plenty of bok choy is a 5-ingredient dish with great flavor that’s ready in minutes.
Salt, pepper, and sriracha are always optional, though highly recommended. There’s something so toothsome — don’t you love that word? — about thick udon noodles. That being said, this is almost as good with ordinary linguine.
Hoisin sauce and udon noodles can usually be found in the Asian foods section of well-stocked supermarkets. This is a lovely dish to make when you’re craving Asian flavors.