I’m a creature of habit meaning when I visit Wagamana I opt for the same dish every time. That dish is their classic and most popular recipe – Wagamama Yaki Udon. I love this recipe so much that I figured out how to make it for myself, since it was impossible to find anything remotely like the original. In less than 20 minutes, you too can be enjoying a copycat version of this recipe on your dinner table. Packed full of fresh goodness and served with toasted sesame seeds and pickled ginger.
This classic Wagamama yaki udon noodle recipe is a combination of udon noodles, stir fry vegetables and mixture of delightful sauces. This isn’t just any ordinary copycat recipe, this is the exact ingredients that are used in the restaurant, as well as the method that is used.
Forget having to wait around to be served up this in their restaurant, you now have the exact tools to make this yourself at home. We’ve outlined enough ingredients to make this for two people.
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Some of our recipes on this site are almost like the originals, however with the Yaki Udon from Wagamama we can confidently say this is the exact recipe. Straight from the chef to your kitchen, prepare to be in for a treat. This is a dish for any day of the week and best of all you can make it from the comfort of your own home. Much like the Yaki Soba or firecracker chicken, you’ll be lucky if there’s anything left over.
Let us know in the comments below if you’ve tried this dish in one of their restaurants or if you’ve successfully attempted to recreate this dish yourself at home. From my kitchen to yours, this is one recipe you’ll want to explore making, even if you’ve never heard of Wagamama!