Japanese Yakisoba & Vegetable Stir Fry Noodles

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Yakisoba is a cheap and cheerful Japanese summertime barbecue dish. Unlike other soba noodles, yakisoba noodles do not contain any buckwheat. Rather, they are made from wheat flour and egg, and prepared in a deliciously savoury/sweet, fruity, barbecue-like sauce. Fry up your own yakisoba.

Today, let’s make Japanese stir-fried noodles, Yakisoba!

Yaki means fried/grilled and Soba means buckwheat (wheat noodles). It is very popular noodle dish in Japan, especially on the street. Every Asian country has their own #1 street noodles and this is Japanese version. In Japan, there won’t be a festival without yakisoba.

It is tangy, sweet and savory flavor. Lots of crunch vegetables such as cabbage, carrots and onions. Usually made with some kind of protein and I believe pork is most common one, but chicken, pork, shrimp or even tofu for vegetarian version is great!

Let’s see the video to prepare this delicious dish!

Vocabulary:

  • Cheerful: Pleasant, happy.
  • Tangy: A strong taste, smell, or flavor.
  • Savory: Pleasing, attractive, or agreeable.
  • Cabbage: A plant that has a short stem and leaves that form into a rounded head. Similar to a Lettuce.

Recommendations:

Check the ingredients and the vocabulary carefully so you can prepare your own dish.

Questionnaire:

  • Which other Japanese recipe have you prepared?

Session 4

Welcome to this activity created by Learning Advisor Ms. Mercedes González from Coapa Branch. Take note of all the pink words, read the text, watch the video and answer the question in the comment section below.

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