[Farmer's Recipe] Salt-Flavored Yakisoba. Great recipe for [Farmer's Recipe] Salt-Flavored Yakisoba. I had leftover scallion sauce and used it for stir-fried noodles. It tasted just like salt-flavored yakisoba stir-fried noodles.
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Ingredients of [Farmer's Recipe] Salt-Flavored Yakisoba
- It’s of servings Yakisoba noodles.
- You need of Cabbage.
- You need of Pork belly or pork chunks.
- You need of Shrimp.
- It’s of Sesame oil.
- It’s of Salt and pepper.
- Prepare of [A].
- It’s of Chinese soup stock.
- You need of Oyster sauce.
- Prepare of Lemon juice.
- It’s of Salt.
I can say this with confidence because I had this many times while in Japan. If you can't find yakisoba sauce you can use something called ketchap which is a mixture of thick soy sauce and sugar or other sweetener like agave. Be sure to not over cook the veg. A true Japanese yakisoba recipe would never have any chili sauce in it, and it would be finished with matchstick red pickled ginger and Aonori (green flake-type seaweed).
[Farmer's Recipe] Salt-Flavored Yakisoba instructions
- Chop the cabbage. Cut the shrimp and pork into bite-sized pieces. In a bowl, combine the seasoning ingredients under [A]..
- Place the noodles in a microwave safe plate and microwave for 1 minutes at 500 W and roughly separate the noodles. (This is to soften the refrigerated noodles.).
- Heat the sesame oil in a pan over medium-high heat. Cook the pork until the meat is no longer pink. Add the cabbages and cook until soft..
- Add the shrimp. Season with salt and pepper and cook for a short while. Add the noodles and [A] sauce then cook for another 2 minutes and done..
- It's a light, salty flavor..
Japanese foods tend to have very subtle favors which probably does not have "enough kick" for the American palate, and as a result, recipes tend to get modified quite extensively. Yakisoba is a classic Japanese street food made by stir-frying vegetables, meat and noodles with a sweet and savory sauce. My version retains the taste of authentic Yakisoba but adapts the technique and ingredients for non-Japanese kitchens. Yakisoba (焼きそば) is the Japanese version of stir-fried noodles. The noodles are cooked with sliced pork and plenty of vegetables, then coated with a special sauce.