Tuesday, June 21, 2011

How to Make Yakisoba - Video Recipe

New video is up now :D


Yakisoba is Japanese fried noodle. It is very easy and great recipe using leftover vegetables in your fridge!

Yakisoba usually comes with yakisoba noodles and yakisoba seasoning packet! I hope you can get it at an Asian grocery store!



Difficulty: Very Easy
Time: 10min
Number of servings: 1

1 package yakisoba noodles (steamed chuka noodles)
1 package yakisoba seasonings
1/2 tbsp. cooking oil
100g (3.5oz.) thinly sliced pork
150g (5.2oz.) cut vegetables of your choice (cabbage, carrot, green pepper, onion, shitake or shimeji mushrooms, etc…)
katsuobushi (bonito flakes)
aonori (green laver)
beni-shoga (pickled red ginger) *if availabe

1. Evenly cut vegetables such as cabbage, carrot, green pepper, onion, shitake or shimeji mushrooms, etc… Cut thinly sliced pork into bite-size pieces.
2. Heat cooking oil in a pan and stir-fry the pork until almost cooked.
3. Add cut vegetables (all at once! that is why you cut them evenly) and stir-fry for a couple of minutes.
4. Add yakisoba noodles, pour 60cc water, and gently separate the noodles.
6. When noodles are cooked, lower the heat, add yakisoba seasoning packet, and mix well.
7. Top with mayonnaise, katsuobushi, aonori, and beni-shoga, if you like!

I think this recipe is fairly easy for some of you, but please try it out sometimes for a change ;D

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  1. u changed the genre of the background music to ur videos! this time it's a very cheerful tune, is it orchestra music? i love the other cafe style jazzy relaxing songs but this melody is gd too:)

    how coincidental, my honey ordered yakisoba on sunday for his dinner when we dined out, will upload the pic soon. i think it's yakisoba, there's all sorts of veges in the dish & very colourful. tasty too!

    when u said u're completing a video of a very popular dish in japan, i thought it'd be tempura, katsu curry rice, or ramen! hehe i love them all, esp. katsu curry rice.

    i think i've seen those packaged yakisoba noodles at the asian grocery, might buy to try during my nxt grocery trip!

    thanks for the recipe & have a great day dear^^

  2. yes mica ;D

    like you say, i like jazzy relaxing ones but this orchestra music was pretty fun so i used it. hehe

    very interesting to know that katsu curry is popular there!!! of course curry and rice is popular here but not always with cutlet!

    yeah, cooking yakisoba at home saves money, so try out :)


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