Miyakoichi Mushi Yakisoba without Soup 5x150g
Perhaps one of Japan’s best-known street foods, Yakisoba (焼きそば) literally means “grilled noodles.” It’s thought to have originated from Chinese cuisine and became a popular fast-food meal in the black markets that popped up around Japan after the war. In an era when food was in short supply, and the country was busy rebuilding, the basic ingredients needed to make yakisoba, and the possibility of preparing it on large steel griddles called a teppan (鉄板), made it ideally suited for these makeshift outdoor markets.
How to use
Add as many or as few ingredients as you like to this yakisoba:
• Lightly oil a frying pan and stir-fry some meat, cabbage and peppers.
• Add one packet of noodles with a little water and stir-fry.
• Add the packet of sauce and mix well before moving to a plate and garnishing with ginger and mayonnaise.
Per 100g (prepared):