15 Minute Yakisoba #streetfood #japaneserecipe

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15 Minute Yakisoba #streetfood #japaneserecipe

I wandered out to Jungle Jim’s in suburbia of Cincinnati. Wilderness Jim’s has truly every sort of nourishment from around the globe and huge amounts of crisp produce so it was an ideal spot to accumulate my fixings. I had one issue however. Soba noodles. There were 2 paths of Japanese noodles all in Japanese obviously thus I got one that resembled Soba yet wound up being something else. Oopsie. The noodles are close enough to soba yet I don’t know I can actually call this Yakisoba but rather you are going to snatch the correct noodle when you get your fixings and not be a ding dong like me. You will most likely discover every one of the fixings required at an Asian market or Amazon and I have connects beneath of the items you need to search for.

Yakisoba normally has cabbage in it and afterward different vegetables of your decision. I got cabbage, natural carrots so I could get the different hues that look wonderful and brilliant, spring onion, and broccoli. My children love broccoli so its fundamentally turn into our go to veggie now. Obviously, you can quit vegetables and include chicken or pork. The Chinese submit we request from has a flavorful Lo Mein and we generally request no vegetables. At that point, we fight on the telephone to illuminate we need no vegetables.

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15 Minute Yakisoba #streetfood #japaneserecipe

15 Minute Yakisoba is simple to make and on top we put dried Bonito flakes and Aonori seaweed.


  • 2 tablespoons olive oil (was recommended to use 2 teaspoons but I like olive oil and wanted to give a light coating to all the veggies)
  • .5 bunch of cabbage (can use the whole bunch as it shrinks while cooking)
  • 3 carrots julienned
  • 4 spring onions thinkly sliced
  • 1 cup broccoli
  • Japanese noodles, such as soba or udon noodles
  • 6 tablespoons Yakisoba sauce
  • Bonito flakes to garnish
  • Aonori seaweed to garnish


  1. Gather ingredients, wash vegetables well, grab a wok, cutting board, knife, strainer, measuring cup and tongs.
  2. Cut the carrots, onions, broccoli and cabbage. Set aside.
  3. Cook the noodles in the wok on a medium to high heat according to package directions. My directions had one step in English. “Cook until soft” I cooked the noodles for about 3 minutes and strained.
  4. Add 2 tablespoons of olive oil and your vegetable mixture to the same wok. Cook for 5 minutes tossing every so often.
  5. Add the noodles and 6 tablespoons yakisoba sauce. Mix for one minute. Taste. May need to add a pinch more yakisoba sauce according to your taste preference. Cook one more minute.
  6. Place into bowls and garnish with the Bonito and Aonori seaweed flakes.

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