Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Yakisoba Chicken

It has been in the 90's here and I wanted something light and easy for dinner. It has been ages since I fixed Yakisoba noodles, and this turned out beautifully.

  • 1 package fresh Yakisoba Noodles
  • 1 bunch Brocollini, washed and cut into 2 inch chunks
  • 1 red pepper cut into chunks
  • 3 green or spring onions diced
  • 2 chicken breasts diced
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 tsp soy sauce
  • sesame oil
  • peanuts or cashews for garnish
  • any sauce you like, stir fry sauce, oyster sauce, peanut sauce
In a wok or non stick pan with a 2 tbl or so of sesame oil, at high heat, quickly sear your chicken chunks, remove to a plate

Now loosen your noodles and cook for several minutes at high heat, I like mine a bit crunchy, remove to a plate (I used half a package of noodles)

Lower your heat and add your vegetables, and cook for several more minutes, add your meat and noodles back in

Add 2 tsp soy sauce

salt and pepper to taste

add the sauce of your choice and mix well, I used Oyster Sauce and some Peanut Sauce

garnish with nuts if you wish


Anonymous said...

These noodles look fantastic ~ I am pringing off the recipe. THANK YOU!

Paula said...

I love yakisoba and yours looks great! Keep cool in this heat!

Jan said...

That looks delish, Cheryl, and so colorful.

It's in the 90's here to. :-(

Raquel said...

Smackin' my lips! Sounds delish! We have been having 90's here also, with about 100% humidity. Ugh!

test it comm said...

Looks good! Yakisoba is a super quick and easy meal and it is tasty to boot. I like to make it to help clean the odds and ends from the fridge at the end of the week.

Mama Bee Simple said...

wow looks so tasty! thanks for sharing :)

Hope to hear from you! Monika xo

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