Japanese Recipe: How to Make Home Made Beef Yakisoba Noodles

Video recipe on making a beef stir fried noodles Japanese style – Yakisoba. Enjoy!

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inge bowamn says:

Love it! Your funny

Seonkyoung Longest says:

YAY! Awesome! 🙂

LaFerrasie says:

I just made this using shrimp and it was soooooo good! 🙂

Aunjane Ayers says:

I love all your dishes!!

Momo says:

is there anything can use as a replacement to the oyster sauce?

Seonkyoung Longest says:

You’re welcome! I’m glad it helps! 🙂

jazzystef says:

Used this marinade tonight for my yakisoba! Delicious, thank you!!!

Dina Valdez says:

Ok I got everything except whats in the tall bottle it looks like oil. So
its the third ingredient in the yakisoba sauce. thanks

Seonkyoung Longest says:

You are more than welcome! 😀

trevorpinnocky says:

oh looks great.

erumisa says:

I would like to know what is the brand name of the noodles you use… I
couldnt see it and I couldnt heard if you meantion it 😛 … Thank you!!!
My mouth is watering right now… It looks so delicious I want to try doing
it

quietbynature27 says:

Yes I will trying this recipe! Thanks for sharing.

Seonkyoung Longest says:

It’s “Maruchan’s Fresh Yakisoba” You can find at frozen or refrigerator
sections. 🙂

Seonkyoung Longest says:

Bulldog sauce is really delicious! Love with Katsu!!

laeknir001 says:

I love yakisoba, so this is a definite win! With the powdered sauce, it
seems different than restaurant yakisoba… so I totally love that you
offered a homemade recipe for the sauce. Definitely going to try this,
thanks! =)

Seonkyoung Longest says:

YAY! I love homemade sauce much more! <3

MrQuagmire26 says:

I couldn’t agree more. People tend to buy bottled sauces because they often
think it’s so difficult, “oh no asian sauces probably need 100
ingredients”. But then it turns out to be ridiculously easy making at home:)

QQTrick1QQ says:

You are a great cook with a great personality, but with your accent every
time you say noodle I’m thinking of bringing my dog in to get neutered..:-)
Great channel thanks for posting these great recipes

annirunaway says:

I’m lazy…I just buy bulldog tonkatsu sauce in half gallon bottles. Plus
its tasty with a million other foods too!!

annirunaway says:

yes it is it is 🙂

Seonkyoung Longest says:

Lots of people mentioned that I pronounce “Noodles” very wired. lol I have
no idea what I do, but I guess it’s funny and wired! lol Thank you for your
sweet words and don’t forget to share with your friends and family~ <3

MrQuagmire26 says:

and about worcestershire sauce (or how its written). Chinese black vinegar
(ching kiang vinegar or something) it’s more similar to balsamic vinegar.
The Worcestershire sauce is more savory and salty than black vinegar. So
they are not really that similar in taste.

Seonkyoung Longest says:

It’s mirin, which is seasoned rice wine. 🙂

Jason mchugh says:

I was wondering if you knew of any websites that can ship spices and other
dry ingredients? It’s hard for me to get anything for your recipes… I
even made ddokbokki by hand and it was really hard lol

XxXxMadeInChinaxXxX says:

yummy thanks for the sauce recipe!!~ I was so happy i had all of the
ingredients for the sauce lol!

Honeysuckle Catering says:

yakisoba is one of my favorite noodle dishes! this looks great! 🙂

SuperAngelgirl10 says:

I am going to make it tonight…so easy

annirunaway says:

Oh man its great with steak too haha…so yea, bulldog tonkatsu! It’s MUCH
cheaper in large restaurant size bottles. Oh and I make Yakisoba with dry
ramen…using the instructions for the dry noodles chowmein. Add noodles to
pan, add some water and then when it starts boiling start flipping it and
it falls apart. Ends up same with 25 cent pack of noodles vs buying the
chowmein for over $1… 🙂

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