How to Make Yakisoba Noodles (Recipe) | Cooking with Dog

How to Make Yakisoba Noodles (Recipe) | Cooking with Dog

Hi, I’m Francis, the host of this show “Cooking with Dog.” Let’s cut the ingredients for the Yakisoba. Cut the sliced pork into 3~4cm (1.5″) pieces. Cut the cabbage leaf into strips and chop them into 3cm(1″) pieces. Slice the long onion diagonally into 1cm (1/2″) pieces. Slice the carrot thinly and chop them into 5cm (2″) strips. Crush the garlic clove with the flat side of a knife. Split it in half and remove the sprout from the inside. Chop the garlic clove into fine pieces. Let’s make Yakisoba sauce. Add soy sauce and sake to the oyster sauce and mix well. Heat the griddle at about 240°C (460°F). Fry the yakisoba noodles and pour the sake over the noodles. Press the noodles with a spatula. When the other side of the noodles become golden brown, flip it over. Divide the noodles into four sections and slide them to the edge of the griddle. Add sesame oil to the griddle and fry the sliced pork and chopped garlic. When the pork becomes brown, add the bean sprouts, cabbage leaf, long onion and carrot at one time. Lightly stir and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Mix with the spatula. When the vegetables are almost cooked, mix the noodles with the vegetables. Pour on the Yakisoba sauce and stir-fry quickly. Serve the yakisoba to a plate. You can add bonito flakes, aonori seaweed powder and shredded pickled ginger. You can eat plenty of healthy vegetables from this dish. This is a simple, delicious and healthy recipe, and I recommend that you should definitely try it out. Good luck in the kitchen!

100 thoughts on “How to Make Yakisoba Noodles (Recipe) | Cooking with Dog

  1. I love Japanese food and your YAKISOBA looks delicious, but what I like on your cooking presentation is your little helper 🙂 Such an adorable dog.

  2. The garlic sprout has a bitter taste and it easily burns when you stir-fry until aromatic. That's why Chef removed it 🙂

  3. You can buy everything at grocery and gourmet food section. They have a great selection and cheap prices.

  4. Do you live in Japan or in America because I was thinking about buying ingredients in America but I dont know if there is any I can buy

  5. You can find all the ingredients at your local market outlet. For the sake you might have to make a trip to your local liqueur store.

  6. Using water will cause the noddles to become soggy even in the short amount of cooking time. Sake makes the noddles moist and firm.

  7. I made this today and it came out amazing! Really refreshing and filling, and my parents loved it! Thank you for all of these recipes, I try to make any that I can~

  8. I'm returning to my parents for the summer. I think I'm gonna prepare them quite a lot of this channel's recipies 😀

  9. If "yakisoba noodle" arent available, what kind of noodle is the best? Ramen? Udon? Spaghetti? Chinese pasta?

  10. 私の知っている焼きそばの作り方は、豚のバラ肉とキャベツのザク切りとモヤシを使う。

  11. the noodles aren't that easy to find if you don't happen to have an Asian market nearby… I know I don't, my Asian market is all the way on the other side of Houston so the majority of the big flavor ingredients are also out of my reach along with the noodles :'(

  12. @Tenof

  13. @Tenof
    焼きそば のどの成分が犬に危険なのか教えてくれと頼んだ。

  14. Not everyone likes poodles but it wouldn't be cooking with dog without her cooking with her dog. :3 Also if you mean that the dog is there while she cooks, he's not actually near the counter, but on a stool a ways back.

  15. Oi-shi, totemo oi-shi! I like your accent! The food looks great. It was my favorite dish in Japan
    Nihongo wa makariwasen

  16. Just an advice for CWD fans: if Chef/Francis tells you to use sake, then use sake.
    I hate alcohol and I did not use this for this recipe until a Japanese friend of mine literally forced me to use sake. I regret using water as a substitute more than once. The sake just adds so much ooomph and the alcohol completely evaporates anyway. Even a cheap bottle of sake is much better than plain water.

  17. @frostneedle Nooooo! Buy cooking sake, if you use normal sake then it goes flat after a day, so you would have to drink it hahaha.

  18. Hi there i cant use alcohol because of my religions dietary rules. Is there a subsitute for sake? Another thing can you use a wok instead?

  19. I tried making this but the noodles keep breaking and by the end of it all, I get all these short, stubby noodles. How can I prevent this? Or do I have to fry the yakisoba noodles first? I cooked the veggies first when I made it >__<;

  20. Hi since I'm cooking this for my kiddos, is it still okay to use Sake? It will evaporate while cooking right? Just making sure!!! =) thank you

  21. Had it tonight with teriyaki salmon! I used teriyaki sauce in the noodles instead of yakisoba sauce and it worked beautifully. Thanks CWD! 😀

  22. i've noticed yakisoba tends to use udon noodles which are wheat based noodles. Has anyone tried making this with soba noodles whichare 100% buckwheat noodles?

  23. いつも楽しく参考にさせてもらっています。じつはひとつお願いがあります。

  24. I tried a similar version the other day (went crazy and used okonomiyaki sauce cause I didn't have ingredients for yakisoba sauce), the end results were amazing!

  25. It's a dirty place to have a dog next to me cooking! If there's a public health center, I'll take it!When you have dogs, you don't want to eat dirty yakisoba, which is bad for the health of the body.

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