Spiced Seafood Noodles

Seafood and noodles come alongside warming spices such as shichimi powder. Make this dish hot as you can handle.

By Vickypee  I  Updated on April 28, 2024

Jump To RecipeSpiced Seafood Noodles

The seafood cooks in the noodles. This is an easy meal, yummy and delicious, full of veggies, and bursting with roasted ginger, garlic shichimi powder (Chinese popular chili powder) top with crispy red chilis.

This recipe is easy-to-cook and prep. You’ll love this noodle, as you get a bunch of deliciousness without a whole lot of effort.

At this dish, which can be a main course for breakfast lunch, and dinner. So delightful, and so easy to make!

Serve With

  • Sliced carrots, and halved cherry tomatoes, and other green-leaf on your hand.

Make Ahead

  • Peel off the shrimps, slice the onion, and slice the broccolis up to 24 hours in advance. Store in separate container in the fridge.


  • Use the chicken instead of seafood.
  • Omit the ginger for deeper chili flavors.
Prep Vegetable ingredients before cooking.

Prep Vegetables

Slice onion, peel and grate carrot, and potato, slice longstems broccoli, measure 300g fresh udon noodles. Rinse and drain fresh beansprouts well before cooking.

Preparing seafood and spices ready for stir-fry.

Prep Seafood and Spices

Defrosting frozen cooked mussels. In the Refrigerator: Place a tray under the package to catch any liquid or juices. Allow 12 or more hours for a 1-lb package. Measure 150g cooked shrimps, toast 3 dried large chilis, peel and grate ginger root, mince 2 garlic cloves.

* Find the complete recipe with measurement below.

Fresh noodles and dried noodles are wide variety in supermarket.

About Udon Noodle

There is a wide variety of udon noodles in Japan. The white, wheat-based noodles most of them are wide, thick, and maintain a nice bouncy chew after cooking. They are sold dried or fresh-frozen.

Udon is most frequently served hot or cold in simple dashi, soy-based, or served in a stock soup. Udon can cook delicious in many Asian noodle dishes. Recommend for cook: Spiced Seafood Noodles, see recipe below.


Spiced Seafood Noodles

Makes 2 To 3 Servings


  • ½ teaspoon shichimi powder
  • 3 dried large chilis
  • 1 cm piece of ginger root, peel and grated
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • ½ teaspoon white pepper, freshly ground
  • 2 tablespoon less-salt soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon fish sauce
  • 1 medium red onion, sliced
  • 1 small carrot, grated
  • ½ sweet potato, grated
  • 6 longstems broccoli, sliced
  • 80g beansprouts
  • 300g fresh udon noodles
  • 150g shrimps, peeled
  • 8 fresh shell-less frozen cooked mussels


  1. Cook the noodle according to the instructions on the packet, drain and refresh under cold water.
  2. In a bowl, mix the soy sauce, fish sauce together until well combined.
  3. Place the dried chilis in a pan over the low heat and slowly toast them, stirring, until they’re crispy, about 1 to 2 minutes, so the chilis doesn’t burn. Remove them from the heat, and set aside.
  4. Add the vegetable oil to a hot pan over medium heat, and stir fry the garlic, ginger, and shichimi powder for 1 minute.
  5. Add the shrimps and mussels, and stir-fry for 3 to 4 minutes, until it golden.
  6. Add the broccolis, and stir-fry for 2 minutes or until it cooked, but still crunchy.
  7. Now, put the drained noodles in the pan follow by the carrots, sweet potatoes, red onions, sauce mixture.
  8. And toss to everything is well coated, for 2 minutes, then put the beansprouts, and season with pepper toss it in, remove from the heat.
  9. Tear over the crispy chilis, pop the top on, enjoy!
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