Yakisoba for People on the Go

Many people nowadays prefer eating something that is easy to prepare, healthy, and delicious. Yakisoba, which means “fried noodles” in Japanese, has all these qualities. You can prepare this dish in just a few minutes. It consists of noodles, vegetables, and meat and is really tasty. This traditional Japanese food originated from China’s chow mein, but it became famous in Japan during the 20th century. You can see this popular stir-fried noodle dish served in food stalls, sporting events, and festivals in Japan.

Yakisoba is perfect for the busy professional or those who are always on the go. You don’t even need to go to the nearest Walmart to buy ingredients so long as you have Chinese egg noodles. You can add whatever meat or vegetables are left in your refrigerator to the noodles.

Since this saves you a lot of time, then you can enjoy more time relaxing or playing your favorite games at FoxyBingo. This gaming hub offers various bingo games and they run 24/7 so you can play anytime you want.

The perfect company of bingo is a scrumptious meal. You can eat yakisoba while playing at FoxyBingo. Why not take a little break to prepare this easy yakisoba recipe before going back to your game? This might even make you play better.


½ – ¾ pound sliced pork belly (or any other meat like beef, chicken, or seafood)
1 package yakisoba noodles
1 carrot
3 shiitake mushrooms
2 green onions
½ onion
4 cabbage leaves
8 tablespoons yakisoba sauce (or the seasoning that comes with the noodles)
1-2 tablespoons oil
ground black pepper to taste


Cut the meat and vegetables into small pieces. Heat oil in a wok or a deep pan over medium high heat. Fry the meat until the color changes from pink to light brown. Add the onions and other vegetables then cook until they are wilted. Add the soft vegetables and mushrooms then stir fry for a few minutes until all the ingredients are soft. Season the meat and vegetables with three tablespoons of yakisoba sauce and black pepper.

Pour hot water on the yakisoba noodles to separate them in case they got stuck together because of the package.

Add the noodles in the pan and cook over medium heat. Make sure to use your hands to separate the noodles and keep stirring so as not to burn the base of the wok. Pour in the remaining yakisoba sauce slowly so you can see if the taste is enough with the amount of your ingredients. Continue mixing everything using a tong to avoid them from sticking together.

Remove from heat then serve hot in a bowl. You can add pickled ginger or dried seaweed powder for a more authentic Japanese flavor.

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