Yaki Soba Master Sushi Chef Recipe

Yakisoba is a noodle stir-fry dish that originate in Japan. This dish is cooked by frying wheat noodles with meat and mixed vegetables such as carrots, cabbage, onions, and bean sprouts. This dish can be served as a main course paired with rice or bread. This can also be a side dish to your main course topped with mayonnaise or pickled ginger.


• 2 oz. Yakisoba noodles
• 2 tenderloin steaks (sliced to 1-2 inches thick)
• Shredded carrots (ready to eat pack)
• Bean sprouts
• 1 medium onion ( thinly chopped)
• Scallions (chopped)
• 1 medium cabbage (chopped)
• 1 large red bell pepper (thinly sliced)
• Salt and black pepper to taste
• Oil for frying


This recipe takes 30 minutes. Serves 4.

Set a large pan over high heat.
Put oil and let it heat.
Add the sliced tenderloin steaks.
Sprinkle salt and black pepper to taste.
Cook for a few minutes until color changes.
Add carrots, red bell pepper, cabbage, onion, bean sprouts, and scallions.
Stir fry for 7-8 minutes.

Meanwhile, let the yakisoba noodles boil for 10-15 seconds.

Add the noodles to stir fry mixture.
Stir well.
Add a little butter.
Stir well.
Add the yakisoba seasonings.
Let it cook for a good 3-5 minutes.
Transfer to a plate.
Serve and enjoy!

Yaki Soba Master Sushi Chef Recipe
Images – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oB6F_OJCpbw

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