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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Easy to Cook Japanese Recipe Yakisoba (Japanese Stir-fry Noodles)

Yakisoba is a popular takeaway dish in Japan and is usually served with a fried egg on top and with some Japanese mayonnaise. It is a popular festival food and can be found all over Japan.

Serves 2

Yakisoba Sauce
• 2 tbsp tomato sauce
• 2 Worcestershire sauce
• 1 tbsp dashi
• 1 tbsp soy sauce
• 1 tbsp honey

Ingredients
• 300g yakisoba noodles
• 1 garlic clove, chopped
• 100g sliced pork fillet
• 2 cabbage leaves, cut into small pieces
• ½ carrot, sliced
• 2 shitake mushrooms
• 1 spring onion
• salt
• white pepper

Toppings (if desired)
• aonori (green-seaweed) flakes
• dried bonito flakes
• Japanese mayonnaise
• red pickled ginger

Method

1. Cook noodles and drain well.
2. Heat oil in pan and add garlic, sliced pork, cabbage, carrot, shitake mushrooms and spring onion, stirring all the while.
3. Season to taste with salt and white pepper.
4. Make sauce by combining all the ingredients together.
5. Add noodles and sauce to pan, while still stirring.
6. Place the noodles onto individual plates and top with red pickled ginger, green nori or bonito flakes if so desired.

Note:
• You can buy already prepared yakisoba sauce at most Asian Supermarkets.
• Yakisoba is also great with a fried egg on top and with some Japanese mayonnaise.

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13 comments:

  1. And it is easy to make at home too. :)

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  2. oooo brother, i want this food. pklease send to indonesia, hehehe. shalom friend

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  3. Thanks Lina & Anak Shaleh,

    It is really good and as Lina mentioned so easy to make at home. Give it a try!!

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  4. I almost only ever eat yakisoba at the beach here in Japan, how odd. I like it, I just usually pick other stuff first when I'm in town or at festivals I guess. Will def have to try it at home though, looks simple.
    (I wonder why I never thought of doing that before?)

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  5. Thanks Ri, it is a popular festival food that is so easy to make at home. You should give it a try.

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  6. This is my favorite Japanese noodle dish, I bought it whenever I had the chance, from festival stalls or convenience stores…

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  7. What sort of tomato sauce should you use? Ordinary 'ketchup' from a bottle, tomato paste or pure pureed tomatoes?

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  8. You just use an ordinary tomato ketchup from a bottle. We use good old Heinz ketchup.

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  9. Where can I find this Worcestershire sauce?
    Do you have a picture of the bottle that you can show me? Thanks much!

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  10. Worcestershire sauce is a sauce from the UK that adds instant richness and body to any dish. In Australia, you can find Worcestershire sauce at every local supermarket. There are quite a few different brands, but my favourite is the original Lea & Perrins from the UK.

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  11. Hi! Thanks for the recipe, looks like a good way to recreate the sauce, etc. with local (cheaper!) products. Can you clarify please - your recipe is missing the unit of measurement for the Worcestershire sauce...is that 2 tbsp?
    Cheers!

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  12. Sorry about that! It should read 2 Tbsp of Worcestershire sauce. This is a base for a lot of sauces in Japan and can be used for such things as Tonkatsu and other fried goodies.

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