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Udon Pad Thai with Shrimp

serves 2, ready in 15 minutes
3.8 stars
(51 reviews)
  • Dairy-Free
  • Nut-Free
This delicious plate of Asian noodles is complete with shrimp, egg, and chile peppers tossed in tangy tamarind, a touch of sugar, savory fish sauce, and big, bright lime juice. All you need is basic kitchen equipment (pots/pans, bowls, a knife, salt, pepper, oil) and around 15 minutes to create this delicious Thai noodle dish for two.
Udon Pad Thai with Shrimp Recipe Card
Nutrition
Per Serving*
2.0 Per Container
Calories 700
Total Fat 10g
Saturated Fat 2.5g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 490mg
Sodium 2990mg
Total Carbs 91g
Dietary Fiber 4g
Sugars 18g
Protein 49g
Vitamin A 581IU
Vitamin C 35mg
Calcium 27mg
Iron 0.5mg
*Our nutrition data includes all sauces, dressings, condiments, and garnishes included with a dish. If you have specific concerns about sodium, fat, or overall calories, know that we often serve these items on the side so you can add them to taste or leave them out, if you like.

What People Are Saying

3 Stars
No cilantro
3 Stars
I am not craze with the sauce
4 Stars
The shrimp and udon themselves were good base ingredients. I felt like this wasn't all that authentic because of the missing sprouts, peanut pieces, and tofu. Need more fish sauce.
4 Stars
I'm not a hug fan of shrimp or jalapenos so I wasnt a huge fan. My husband on the other hand really enjoyed this recipe. It was easy to cook and was enough food for 3 servings.
5 Stars
Excellent flavor balance; great flavor; good portion size!
1 Stars
The tamarind sauce was way too powerful. It did not taste like pad Thai at all. Way way way too much sodium.
4 Stars
Pad Thai is one of my favorite dishes.I loved the use of authentic Thai ingredients, but the result lacked real Thai restaurant taste. I'd prefer Thai rice noodles, not udon. Rather bland, needed some pizazz. All the ingredients were very fresh!
2 Stars
Way too spicy. There needs to be a warning to use the jalepeno judiciously. I have cooked with jalepenos before but I always remove the core and seeds. The recipe calls for slicing without coring. Almost inedible it was so spicy.
3 Stars
Not bad, This was the best tasting meal I've had so far, but at 3 stars that's not saying much.
1 Stars
Way too much tamerin and way too much heat- we barely used half and almost unable to eat. Not lightly flavored and light in color as suggested in picture. .
3 Stars
Tasted pretty good. The tamarind is a nice touch. Could have used some chopped peanuts.
1 Stars
This dish just doesn't taste good at all. It doesn't taste like any pad Thai I've ever had. Too sour.
3 Stars
Was pretty good but too small. Instructions were wrong as the picture shows white udon noodles but instructions stated to mix with shrimp and sauce.
1 Stars
Scallions, Cilantro and Jalapeño had to be thrown out. They were brown, soft, soggy and very old. Couldn't even use them. The noodles were not the flat ones shown in the picture, but very thick, doughy ones.

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