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Monday, October 25, 2010

Yakisoba

Oh YUM! Our dear friend, Yayoi, visited tonight and treated us to a Japanese dinner of yakisoba.



I know its trendy to eat Japanese now; let me just say that we ate Japanese way before it was popular.

So here's the real Japanese process:


Stir fry our veggies in a wok ... Start with the carrots because they take the longest to cook. Make sure you get a tablespoon or so of oil hot first.


Add cabbage ...


... Mushrooms ... And tofu or meat ...


... And scallions. Then transfer the vegetables to a bowl, but don't wash the wok. You want the flavor of the vegetables to permeate the yakisoba. (ps: it's redundant to say yakisoba noodles: soba means noodles in Japanese. Yaki means to flame-cook).


Throw the soba in the pan and steam according to directions.
Add the flavor packets ...


Then mix it all together and enjoy!


"itadakimasu!"
what food makes your mouth water just to think of it?

- Posted using BlogPress from my iPad

11 comments:

  1. Is it me or does this Japanese food look delicious and much healthier than the normal deep fried Chinese food I am used to?

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  2. thanks for stopping by.
    i discover your "fight" and admire your help.
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    you make me hungry with this post!
    marion

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  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog so I could discover yours! What an incredibly beautiful gesture for you to have a wig made for your mom. You have a gorgeous family and while this is such a difficult time, it's wonderful to see the love you all share and the incredible support system she has to get her through this. Your blog is so inspirational and I'm so glad there are people like you in blogworld to bring the rest of us these moments of love and hope. My prayers go out to your mom and your family xo

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  4. Mmmm, this is making me so hungry! I love yakisoba and the pictures are just scrumptious :)

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  5. jealous of your ipad and jealous of that delicious looking meal! hope you are well. :)

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  6. mmmm my mouth is watering Denalee!!

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  7. yes! my mouth is watering right now! i could go for a big bowl of this and i'd be sooo happy! :D

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  8. This looks absolutely delicious.

    As for your question, there is only one answer: watermelon.

    I could eat an entire watermelon all by myself. Ok, I may have actually done that before.

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  9. Looks delicious! I need to learn how to cook.

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