YakisobaFrom fortuna 8 years ago
- 1 Pkg fresh yakisoba from the supermarket (set flavor package aside) shopping list
- 1/2 tsp oyster sauce shopping list
- 1 tsp sesame oil shopping list
- 4 tbl cooking oil shopping list
- 2 tsp sugar shopping list
- 1 tsp tamarind paste shopping list
- 4 tbl soy or tamari sauce shopping list
- 1 tbl mirin shopping list
- 1 tsp regular sake shopping list
- 1/2 minced garlic clove shopping list
- 1 1/2 c shredded cabbage shopping list
- 1 cup shredded carrot shopping list
- 2 sliced scallions (entire stalk) shopping list
- 1/2 tsp fresh ginger grated shopping list
How to make it
- Mix soy sauce, mirin, sake, oyster sauce, sugar and tamarind
- Mix well being sure to mash and mix the tamarind well (Best blended or mix with a mortar and pestle).
- Saute garlic and ginger in veggie oil
- Add veggies and sitr fry just until they look like they are wilting
- Add the noodles that have been cooked to package directions
- Add soy mixture and flavor packet from that was set aside if you want more flavor
- Stir noodles, veggies, and sauce together until well mixed
- Turn off heat and add seasame oil, mix well
- If you like a little hot spice, add a few drops of Korean Onion Bibim sauce on top or your favorite hot sauce. The Bibim adds a great flavor as well as a little spice.
- I like the package ramen better as it is a softer noodle but I cook them for only 2 1/2 min instead of 3 for the al dente version. I toss the flavor packet as they often have MSG or other stuff I don't like. Boil the fresh because they are often too tough.
The Cookfortuna Austin, TX
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