Beansprout & Spring Onion Yakisoba Noodles

A super popular recipe at dim sum time in Chinese restaurants, try this at home.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 2 Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Shrimp noodles (or egg noodles) 100g
Onion 1/2
Spring onions 2
Beansprouts a handful
Vegetable oil 1 tsp
Oyster sauce 1 tbsp
Light soy sauce 1 tsp
Chinese stock powder 1 tsp
Sesame oil 1 tsp

Method

1
I bought these shrimp noodles in Chinatown.
2
Soak the noodles in boiling hot water for 3 minutes. If you cook in a pan, it will overcook it and lose its firmness.
3
Finely slice the onions and chop the spring onions 2cm long. Fry in a frying pan with the vegetable oil until soft.
4
Add the beansprouts, oyster sauce, soy sauce and Chinese stock and stir fry. If the noodles are too hard, add a touch of water.
5
Turn the heat off when everything is cooked and combined. Drizzle with sesame oil and serve!

Tips & Note

Beansprout & Spring Onion Yakisoba Noodles

A super popular recipe at dim sum time in Chinese restaurants, try this at home.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 2

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Shrimp noodles (or egg noodles) 100g
Onion 1/2
Spring onions 2
Beansprouts a handful
Vegetable oil 1 tsp
Oyster sauce 1 tbsp
Light soy sauce 1 tsp
Chinese stock powder 1 tsp
Sesame oil 1 tsp

Beansprout & Spring Onion Yakisoba Noodles

Recipe ID :1086 Posted on 06 SEP 2015

Serves 2

Cook 10min
views 645
printed 93

saved 1

A super popular recipe at dim sum time in Chinese restaurants, try this at home.

Share

Ingredients

Print Ingredients Email Ingredients
100g
1/2
2
a handful
1 tsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp

Method

Cook
10min
1
I bought these shrimp noodles in Chinatown.
2
Soak the noodles in boiling hot water for 3 minutes. If you cook in a pan, it will overcook it and lose its firmness.
3
Finely slice the onions and chop the spring onions 2cm long. Fry in a frying pan with the vegetable oil until soft.
4
Add the beansprouts, oyster sauce, soy sauce and Chinese stock and stir fry. If the noodles are too hard, add a touch of water.
5
Turn the heat off when everything is cooked and combined. Drizzle with sesame oil and serve!
HOME
midnight kitchen
I’ve got 104 recipes!

MIDNIGHT KITCHEN
Step into my kitchen!
Boiled or simmered pork can often taste unpleasant, so pickle it overnight with onion and balsamic vinegar to give a good flavour.
Pork belly, Tea bag, Onion, Balsamic vinegar, Mirin, Soy sauce
HOME
Lettuce is most often eaten raw, but try sauteeing it to get a lovely charred finish and wonderful flavour.
Cos lettuce, Balsamic vinegar (Modena)
HOME
This dish is supposed to sound nice and fancy so I'm using lots of fresh ingredients. Try it out on a special occasion.
Monkfish, Scallops, Bordier seaweed butter, Flour and potato starch, Black truffle, Pesto, Olive oil, Mashed potato, Milk, Warmed vegetables, Salt & pepper
HOME
Use leftover roast chicken or any other roast meat to make this wonderful and warming gratin.
New potatoes, Roast chicken, Onion, Mushrooms, Butter, Flour, Milk, Stock granules, Marmite, Salt & pepper, Cheese
HOME
Such a pretty and traditional sweet.
Tinned aduki beans, Brown sugar, Glutinous rice, Water, Caster sugar, Natural pink food colouring
HOME
Perfect when you need a quick side dish, it's easy with just 2 ingredients and seasoning.
Pork loin, Cabbage (medium), Korean soup stock (dashida), Miso, Sugar, Mirin, Sake
HOME

Comment


Upload your
“I made it!!” photo

Similar Recipe

Very healthy and full of flavour.
Natto, Minced pork, Spring onions, Garlic, Chinese wheat noodles, Dried shiitake mushroom, Miso (red), Soy sauce, Sugar, Sake, Mirin, Chinese chilli bean sauce, Sesame oil, Sea salt, Pepper
Rose Wine
PRO
I made this based on a recipe from a Hong Kong Chinese restaurant.
Vermicelli, Cooked prawns, Chicken thighs or breast, Beansprouts, Egg, Green pepper, Onion, Curry powder, Soy sauce, Oyster sauce, Red chilli
Tobuchan
HOME
Sweet vermicelli noodle for all the family.
Vermicelli, Minced pork, Onion, Green pepper, Yellow pepper, Red pepper, 【Seasoning】, Salt & pepper, Light soy sauce, Mirin, Miso (red), Chinese chilli bean sauce, White wine, Chicken stock powder, Oyster sauce, Sesame oil
Tobuchan
HOME
It goes well on cooked rice or just as it is as a main.
Minced pork, Bok choy bulbs, Vermicelli, Oyster sauce, Sake, Soy sauce, Sugar, Chicken stock, Salt & pepper
KitchenCIB
HOME
I made this when I wanted to use up bits and pieces of vegetables and meat in my fridge. You could also put this onto rice instead of noodles.
Soft noodles for two, Sesame oil, Meat or fish, whichever you like, Leftover vegetables, Water, Soy sauce, sake, mirin, Oyster sauce, chicken stock, Chopped or grated ginger, Potato starch (corn starch)
Super simple and a lovely nutty flavour with lots of vegetables.
Pointed cabbage, Green beans, Beansprouts, Pork belly, Garlic, Ginger, Sesame oil, Water, Sake, Sesame paste, Light soy sauce, Salt & pepper
KitchenCIB
HOME

All New Recipes

This reminds me so much of mum's cooking...ah, the good old days! The Japanese love chicken thighs, Britons like breast fillets. It is interesting!
Chicken breast fillets or thighs, Chicken stock , Eggs, Onion, Spring onion, Sake (or white wine), Sugar, Soy sauce, Coriander leaf to garnish, Chilli powder (optional), Cooked rice
cookbuzz
PRO
Tinned mackerel in teriyaki sauce is actually delicious enough to eat as it is, and it almost tastes the same as Japanese 'kabayaki' once you add some water.
Tinned mackerel in teriyaki sauce, Onion, Beansprouts, Spring onion, Eggs, Water, Vegetable oil, Red chilli slices (optional)
cookbuzz
PRO
Amalfi is a southern Italian coastal town, famous for its lemon production. Spaghetti al limone is not at all as sour as it sounds, it's a refreshing pasta dish perfect for summer days.
Extra virgin olive oil, Lemon, Parmigiano reggiano, Black pepper, Basil leaves, Lemon zest, Salt (for spaghetti), Spaghetti
cookbuzz
PRO
Tahini is a sesame paste from the Middle East. It's absolutely perfect with many Japanese dishes.
Tahini, Soy sauce, Sugar, Vinegar, Chinese chilli bean sauce (Tobanjan), Sesame oil, Chicken stock cube (in 5 tbsp water), Egg noodles, Toppings:, Prawn, crab sticks, salad leaves, tomatoes, Smoked salmon, sweetcorn, Boiled eggs, Pine nuts (or crushed peanuts)
cookbuzz
PRO
Even when it's hot and you don't have an appetite, you must eat properly. Enjoy cold ramen noodles which are full of vitamins, carbohydrates and protein to keep you full and well!
Sugar, Vinegar, Soy sauce, Sake or white wine, Sesame oil, Oyster sauce, Lemon juice, Ramen noodles, Mustard, Toppings:, Cucumber, omelette, ham, tomato, etc..., Nuts, Sesame seeds
cookbuzz
PRO
Truly authentic ichiban and niban dashi are the bases for so many Japanese dishes, and so simple to make.
Ichiban (the first) dashi: , Soft water (Volvic, Ashbeck etc..), Dashi kombu seaweed, Katsuo-bushi (bonito flakes), Niban (the second) dashi:, Soft water
cookbuzz
PRO