YakiSoba literally means “fried noddles” and is a dish often sold at Japanese festivals.
It is prepared by stir frying ramen-style noodles with bite-sized pieces of meat and vegetables and flavoured with Yaki Soba sauce, salt and pepper.
- 30g Pork
- 30g Cabbage
- 20g Onion
- 10g Bean sprouts
- 10g Carrot
- 10g Green bell pepper
- Aonori seaweed
- Pickled ginger
- 1pac (100g) Chinese style noodles
- Salt and Pepper
- YakiSoba sauce
- Cut sliced pork into bite size pieces. Prepare the vegetables: slice onion, carrot, and bell pepper thinly; cut cabbage into 2″squares; wash and strain bean sprouts.
- In a large frying pan, add oil and heat at medium high heat. Cook meat first until browned.
- Add onion, carrot, and bell pepper and cook about 1-2 minutes.
- Then add cabbage and bean sprouts, and cook until vegetables are wilted.
- Once water seeps out from vegetables, add The noodles stir under the vegetables, lower heat and cover, and cook about 2 minutes until noodles soften.
- When noodles get loose and soft, keep stirring to mix with vegetables, then add sauce and coat the whole thing for a couple of minutes.
- YakiSoba sauce and salt and pepper to taste.
- Place Yakisoba on the plate; sprinkle with Aonori seaweed and put Pickled ginger on top.
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