Yakisoba Recipe Stir fried noodle

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Updated: 19.06.2019

Serving(s): 1

Ingredients

Carrot 0.5 Piece
Oil (neutral) 1 Tbsp
Yakisoba Sauce * 4 Tbsp
Ramen Noodle * 1 Bunch
Bacon 1 Hand of
White Cabbage 50 g (1.8 oz)
Onion 0.5 Piece

Equipment

Cooking Chopsticks * 2 Piece
Pan * 1 Piece
Sharp Knife * 1 Piece
Sieve * 1 Piece
Pot * 1 Piece
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Recipe Information

Vegetarian: no
Vegan: no
Lactose: no
Gluten: yes
Calories: ~ 400 Calories
Difficulty: 1/3
Kitchen: From which country does the recipe come?
Spicy: Not Spicy Not Spicy Not Spicy Not Spicy
Category: Main Dish
Preparation: 5 Min.
Cooking Time 10 Min.
Total Time 15 Min.
Keywords
Original Characters 焼きそば
Pronunciation
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Preparation

  1. First, cook the noodles in lightly salted water.

  2. During cooking time, cut the carrot into thin slices of about 2 cm. Cut the cabbage roughly into mouth-friendly pieces. (Make sure that the cabbage shrinks.)

  3. Bring a pan with a little oil to heat and start to saute the vegetables with the meat (or bacon). Now add the cooked noodles and the yakisoba sauce.

  4. Roast the noodles on the highest flame with constant stirring (about 5 minutes).

  5. Ready are the noodles!

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    The fast classic 

    Yakisoba is a Japanese pasta dish originally from China. The name seems a bit confusing because, despite "soba", the name for buckwheat noodles, no buckwheat noodles are used here. Instead, normal wheat noodles are used (search in Asian supermarket for "Chuka Soba." Alternatively, "Mie noodles", "ramen noodles" or in the extreme case "spaghetti"). The dish is especially popular with students as it can be prepared very quickly. Many street food stores in Japan also offer this noodle dish. In Germany, you can enjoy prepared Yakisoba, in the Japanese restaurant. 

    The sauce makes everything perfect 

    As in many dishes, the sauce contributes greatly to the phenomenal taste. By mixing soy sauce, a special yakisoba sōsu and sake, this pasta dish becomes unique. Without the Yakisoba Sōsu, this dish can not develop its special taste. The most famous sauce is produced by the manufacturer "Otafuku" and can also be bought here in Germany. Just follow the Amazon links in the ingredients list. 

    Try all ingredients 

    Before the noodles are sautéed, any vegetables and meat are seared. Popular are thin meat slices, onions, carrots and cabbage vegetables, which can be added at will. But the most common variant you will find with these previously listed ingredients.

     

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