I just uploaded new episode of Asian at Home on YouTube yesterday. 🙂
It’s very easy, quick, cheap to make and most importantly, DELICIOUS!! So you’ve got to start watch the video, learn how to make it and print or write down the ingredients and recipe to get start cooking!
For sauce: 2 Tablespoons oyster sauce
1 Tablespoon worcestershire sauce
1 Tablespoon mirin (Seasoned rice wine)
1/8 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 lb. thin cut beef/pork/chicken or seafood, cut into one bite size
2 Tablespoons canola/vegetable/olive/sesame or peanut oil
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1/4 large onion, sliced about 1/2 inch thick
1/2 medium carrot, cut in half lengthwise and then slice thinly
1/2 cup cabbage, cut into bite size
2 green onion, sliced into diagonal angle
11 oz. fresh or dry yakisoba noodles/fresh or dry chow men/fresh or dry ramen noodles*
1/4 cup water if you using fresh noodles
For Toppings: Dried bonito flakes (Katsuobushi)
Green seaweed powder (Aonori)
Shredded Pickled Ginger (Benishoga)
First, add all ingredients for sauce in a small mixing bowl, whisk until well combined, set aside.
Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat; add oil and swirl to coat. Add beef until browned the edges and not all the way cooked yet. Add garlic and next 4 ingredients and stir-fry until the vegetables get soft, about 3 to 5 minutes.
Put meat and all vegetables on one side; add noodles. If you are using fresh noodles, add water this point to help cook and loosen noodles. Pour sauce on top of noodles.
Gently loosen noodles with chopsticks.
When noodles absolved all sauce, then mix with meat and vegetables.
Gently combine, about 1 minute and remove from heat.
Top with your favorite toppings and Serve warm.
*Seonkyoung’s Tip: If you are using dry noodles you need to cook it first. Follow the directions of your dried noodle’s package.
I hope you guys enjoy!!
Happy cooking and good luck!!
I made your version of Yakisoba with a little variation. I used a bell pepper and shallots instead of onion. It was soooo good! I never thought to add mayo, pickled ginger and seaweed crumbled on top. My husband loved it! The picture is not so good, I didn’t realize my lens was dirty until after we finished eating. https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/538933_4564923439785_2078676581_n.jpg
Thank you so much for sharing your recipes.
YAY!! I’m so happy to see the picture!! Thank you for sharing the picture with me!! 🙂 Do you mind if I share on my Facebook? I’m so happy to hear that you and your husband loved it~!! <3
Made it, loved it. I subbed hoisin for the oyster sauce but kept everything else the same. Before adding toppings (bonito flakes, nori furikake, benishoga, and gasp! mayo) it was just okay but once I added the toppings it was amaz-balls. So comforting. Thanks for the recipe.
So glad you enjoyed my recipe! (: