Yakisoba With Chicken Delicious
I love the simplicity of Japanese cuisine and how easy it is to replicate some of the dishes that are commonly served in Japanese restaurants. Many of the recipes are often quite simple with a relatively short list of ingredients, and the dishes can be prepared in a short period of time. Yakisoba, which is a dish of fried noodles very popular in Japan, is a dish that is usually prepared in street stalls of fast food, usually contain cabbage, meat and other vegetables, and topped with aonori, (which are green seaweed flakes ), roasted sesame seeds and spicy ginger.
The noodles are dressed with yakisoba sauce which is a thicker and spicier version of the Worchestershire sauce, the yakisoba sauce can be bought already prepared but I think it is more interesting that we prepare it ourselves. The noodles that we will use in this recipe will be of cooked wheat, they are sold in individual portions, you just have to cook them for a few seconds so that they are loose, but you can also buy them dry.
Let's Go With The Recipe:
• 300gr de fideos yakisoba frescos
• 1 clove of chopped garlic
• 1 teaspoon grated ginger
• 1/2 chopped onion julienne
• 1/2 red pepper, chopped
• 3 setas shitake
• 1 piece of chopped cabbage
• 100 gr of sliced chicken breast.
For The Yakisoba Sauce:
• 2 tablespoons of ketchup
• 2 tablespoons of Worchestershire sauce
• 1 tablespoon of soy sauce
• 1 pinch of dashi granules dissolved in a tablespoon of water
• 1 tablespoon of honey
• Sesame seeds
• kelp nori
• spicy ginger
• chopped chives
• katsuobushi (copos de bonito seco)
The preparation is very simple, in a pan heat a little vegetable oil and sauté the vegetables, when the cabbage begins to soften add the chicken, when this done we will add the noodles and yakisoba sauce that we previously prepared by mixing all the ingredients specified above , we will mix well the noodles and the vegetable with the sauce and we will serve together with the dressings.
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