How to Make Japanese Yakisoba Fried Noodles

If you have tomato ketchup,Worcester sauce and oyster sauce, you can almost reproduce the true taste of Japan.

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)
Serves 1 Prep: 5 min Cook: 8 min

Ingredients

Egg noodles for 1 person
Cabbage 1/6-1/8
Pepper (green and red) 1/4 each
Beansprouts 100g
Vegetable oil 2 tbsp
Sake or white wine 2 tbsp
Worcester sauce 3 tbsp
Tomato ketchup 2 tbsp
Oyster sauce 2 tbsp
Salt & pepper a pinch each
Bacon rashers 2
Spring onion 1
Parsley as required

Method

1
Put 1 tbsp oil in a frying pan and stir fry the chopped cabbage and strips of pepper for 1 minute.
2
Add the fresh beansprouts and season lightly with the salt & pepper. After 1 minute, set aside on a plate.
3
In the same frying pan, add the other tbsp oil and fry the strips of bacon on medium heat for 3 minutes to make it crisp. Add the cooked noodles.
4
After 2 minutes, return the vegetables from Step 2 and pour on the sake. Then add the Worcester sauce, ketchup and oyster sauce and stir well.
5
Transfer to a serving dish, sprinkle with the finely chopped spring onion and garnish with the parsley. Enjoy!

Tips & Note

Have a quick taste before finishing and season accordingly. This taste is adequate for Japanese people, but British people tend to prefer stronger seasoning.

How to Make Japanese Yakisoba Fried Noodles

If you have tomato ketchup,Worcester sauce and oyster sauce, you can almost reproduce the true taste of Japan.

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)

Serves 1

Prep: 5 min

Cook: 8 min

Ingredients

Egg noodles for 1 person
Cabbage 1/6-1/8
Pepper (green and red) 1/4 each
Beansprouts 100g
Vegetable oil 2 tbsp
Sake or white wine 2 tbsp
Worcester sauce 3 tbsp
Tomato ketchup 2 tbsp
Oyster sauce 2 tbsp
Salt & pepper a pinch each
Bacon rashers 2
Spring onion 1
Parsley as required

How to Make Japanese Yakisoba Fried Noodles

Recipe ID :2657 Posted on 31 MAY 2017

Serves 1

Prep 5min
Cook 8min
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If you have tomato ketchup,Worcester sauce and oyster sauce, you can almost reproduce the true taste of Japan.

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1/6-1/8
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100g
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a pinch each
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Method

Prep
5min
Cook
8min
1
Put 1 tbsp oil in a frying pan and stir fry the chopped cabbage and strips of pepper for 1 minute.
2
Add the fresh beansprouts and season lightly with the salt & pepper. After 1 minute, set aside on a plate.
3
In the same frying pan, add the other tbsp oil and fry the strips of bacon on medium heat for 3 minutes to make it crisp. Add the cooked noodles.
4
After 2 minutes, return the vegetables from Step 2 and pour on the sake. Then add the Worcester sauce, ketchup and oyster sauce and stir well.
5
Transfer to a serving dish, sprinkle with the finely chopped spring onion and garnish with the parsley. Enjoy!

Tips & Note

Have a quick taste before finishing and season accordingly. This taste is adequate for Japanese people, but British people tend to prefer stronger seasoning.

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