This is a very popular Street Food in Brazil.
Yakisoba literally "fried noodles in sauce", is considered a Japanese dish but originated in China and is technically a derivative of Chinese chow mein. Although soba usually refers to buckwheat noodles in mainland Japan, Yakisoba noodles are made from wheat flour similar to ramen.This dish can be prepared adding meats or vegetables of your choice.
Information source: wikipedia
Yakisoba sauce .. 2-3 tbsps (available in stores)
( You can substitute it with - 2 tsp soy sauce+2 tsp blackbean sauce+1tsp chilli sauce)
Garlic paste .... 1 tbsp
Ginger ......... 1 tbsp (julienned)
Brocolli .... 1/2 cup
Carrot ...... 1/4 cup ( peeled and sliced diagonally)
Bell peppers ... 1 cup ( red, green & yellow - cut into cubes)
Onion ........... 1 small (cut into cubes)
Oil ..... 2-3 tbsps
Salt .. to taste
1. Boil the noodles adding salt and a little oil to the water. Drain and set aside.
2. In a pan heat a little oil and ad the garlic and ginger. Saute and add all the vegetables and salt. Stir fry for a minute and simmer just until the vegetables are cooked a bit, but should remain crunchy.
3. Stir in the sauce and the noodles. Mix and serve hot immediately.
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I'm feeling hungry seeing that wonderful dish..ReplyDelete
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Looks cool Shoba.... Yummy.....ReplyDelete
very colorful dish shobhaReplyDelete
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great information.. incredible and yummy yum..ReplyDelete
This is a lovely colourful dish. Yummy!ReplyDelete
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Wow, I can't help drooling. I just love noodles
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Yakisoba looks yummy.ReplyDelete
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This japanese noodles looks too delicious...will definitely try itReplyDelete
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yummy dear...link it up with Street Party Food event in my blog.ReplyDelete
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New and looks inviting. My kid's love noodles. Thx for linking.ReplyDelete
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Wow, this looks so yummy & colorful! Fantastic recipe!ReplyDelete
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name of the dish is new to me. looks very colorful and wonderfulReplyDelete
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Delicious noodles.love the pics.ReplyDelete
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Spicy exotic noodles..New to me Shobha.Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I want this super catchy noodles rite now.ReplyDelete
All yours Priya.. you can finish the platterDelete
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nice,tasty and colourful.ReplyDelete
Shobhaji, I think it is Japanese noodles preparation. Excellently made. Looks gorgeous.ReplyDelete
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This is delicious dish and very new to me. Thanks for linking it to the event. Also one of your readers Meena has requested you to remove the captchas. Well I agree with her can you please do that. Many a times I do not comment here because of this. ThanksReplyDelete
Thanks Archana ... I have removed them now..Delete