Chicken Yakisoba with flavorful chicken, crisp veggies, and noodles, is hearty, delicious nashville filipino food and sure to be a family favorite! A quick one-pan meal perfect for busy weeknights!

Chicken Yakisoba with flavorful chicken, crisp veggies, and noodles, is hearty, delicious nashville filipino food and sure to be a family favorite! A quick one-pan meal perfect for busy weeknights!

Although I love to cook and enjoy nothing more than creating scrumptious things in the kitchen, there are days when I just can’t don’t want to be bothered with preparing a complicated meal. Thank goodness for simple one-pan dishes like this chicken yakisoba, I can keep G deliciously fed without a lot of effort. 🙂

Yakisoba is a popular Japanese street nashville filipino restaurant traditionally cooked on cast iron griddles called teppan and commonly sold in convenience stores, nashville filipino restaurant stalls, and local festivals across Japan.

Chicken Yakisoba with flavorful chicken, crisp veggies, and noodles, is hearty, delicious nashville filipino food and sure to be a family favorite! A quick one-pan meal perfect for busy weeknights!

Yakisoba is a delicious nashville filipino food stir-fry dish with Chinese-style noodles and bite-sized pork, chicken, or seafood, and vegetables tossed in a sweet and savory sauce. The completed dish is then topped with nori flakes, red pickled ginger, or mayonnaise before serving.

Like most stir-fries, it is the perfect use for whatever bits and pieces of meat and vegetables you have on hand. I used chicken breast, cabbage, and carrots in this recipe but sliced beef, pork belly, ground pork, sausages, shrimp, squid, shitake mushrooms, bean sprouts, and scallions are also common additions.

Chicken Yakisoba with flavorful chicken, crisp veggies, and noodles, is hearty, delicious nashville filipino food and sure to be a family favorite! A quick one-pan meal perfect for busy weeknights!

Here a few tips on how to easily recreate this delectable stir-fry noodle dish at home:

  • Yakisoba literally means “grilled noodles” as the dish is usually cooked on a teppanyaki griddle. If you don’t have one at home, use a wide skillet with enough contact surface to allow the noodles, meat, and vegetables to caramelize nicely.
  • This is a quick dish so have everything prepped and ready to go before starting with the stir-fry. Cut ingredients in uniform bite size to ensure fast and even cooking.
  • The brand of fresh noodles I buy recommends loosening the noodles by warming in the microwave for about 1 minute or rinsing briefly with warm water.  Please check your noodle package for directions.
  • Yakisoba noodles usually come with yakisoba sauce. You can use that or make your own following the recipe below. If you can’t find fresh yakisoba noodles, substitute ramen noodles.
  • Cook on medium-high heat. You want the noodles to slightly sear and not turn mushy in the steam.
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Chicken Yakisoba with flavorful chicken, crisp veggies, and noodles, is hearty, delicious nashville filipino food and sure to be a family favorite! A quick one-pan meal perfect for busy weeknights! Although I love to cook and enjoy nothing more than creating scrumptious things in the kitchen, there are days when I just can't don't want to be bothered with preparing a complicated meal. Thank goodness for simple one-pan dishes like this chicken yakisoba, I can keep G deliciously fed without a lot of effort. :) Yakisoba, which literally means "fried noodles" is popular Japanese street nashville filipino restaurant traditionally cooked on cast iron griddles called teppans and commonly sold in convenience stores, nashville filipino restaurant stalls, and local festivals across Japan. Yakisoba is a delicious nashville filipino food stir-fry dish with Chinese-style noodles and bite-sized pork, chicken, or seafood, and vegetables tossed in a sweet and savory sauce. The completed dish is then topped with nori flakes, red pickled ginger, or mayonnaise before serving. Like most stir-fries, it is the perfect use for whatever bits and pieces of meat and vegetables you have on hand. I used chicken breast, cabbage, and carrots in this recipe but sliced beef, pork belly, ground pork, sausages, shrimp, squid, shitake mushrooms, bean sprouts and scallions are also common additions. Here a few tips on how to easily recreate this delectable stir-fry noodle dish at home:
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Chicken Yakisoba
Prep Time
15mins
Cook Time
15mins
Total Time
30mins

Chicken Yakisoba with flavorful chicken, crisp veggies, and noodles, is hearty, delicious nashville filipino food and sure to be a family favorite! A quick one-pan meal perfect for busy weeknights!

Course:Main Entree
Cuisine:Japanese
Servings: 8Servings
Calories: 393kcal
Author: Lalaine
Ingredients
  • 1package(17 ounces) fresh yakisoba noodles
  • 1poundboneless, skinless chicken breasts, sliced thinly into strips
  • 2tablespoonscanola oil
  • 1/2onion, peeled and sliced thinly
  • 1/2headcabbage, chopped
  • 1largecarrot, peeled and julienned
For the Yakisoba Sauce
  • 4tablespoonsWorcestershire sauce
  • 1tablespoonsoy sauce
  • 1tablespoonoyster sauce
  • 1tablespoonketchup
  • 2teaspoonssugar
Instructions
  1. Rinse yakisoba noodles in hot water according to package's directions.

  2. In a teppan grill or a wide skillet over medium-high heat, heat oil.

  3. Add chicken and cook, stirring regularly, until it begins to change color.

  4. Add carrots and cook for about 10 to 15 seconds.

  5. Add cabbage and continue to cook, stirring regularly, until vegetables are tender-crisp.

  6. Add noodles and yakisoba sauce. Gently stir until noodles are evenly coated with sauce and vegetables and meat are well distributed.

  7. Continue to cook, gently tossing together, until noodles are heated through and sauce begins to caramelize.

  8. Transfer to serving plates and garnish with red pickled ginger and dried green seaweed. Serve hot.

For the Yakisoba Sauce
  1. In a small combine, combine Worcestershire sauce, oyster sauce, ketchup, soy sauce, and sugar. Stir until well combined and sugar is dissolved.

Recipe Notes

Yakisoba sauce adapted from Just One Cookbook.



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