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Easy Sunset Yakisoba


My “sunset” yakisoba, or in this case, yakiudon, is named for it’s bright colors.  It’s fast, easy to make, and only requires chopping and stirring!


– 4 packets of udon or yakisoba noodles (not dry)

– 1 bottle of Otafuku Yakisoba sauce (Available at Don Quijote)

– 1 yellow bell pepper

– 1 orange bell pepper

– Beef, however much you want.

kamaboko (pink and white fish cake)

– sesame oil

Step 1:  Chop up the beef into small pieces.  When I make my yakisoba, I think of beef as a garnish, rather than a main part, so I use only a small amount.

Step 2:  Chop up the bell peppers and mix up the colors!  So pretty!

Step 3:  Chop up the kamaboko!

Step 4:  Grease the frying pan with sesame oil, and cook the beef thoroughly.

Step 5:  Add in the bell peppers and kamaboko.  Stir around for a bit to get the bell peppers slightly cooked.

Step 6:  Add in the noodles!  Make sure to gently break apart the clumps.

Step 7:  Add in the sauce.  Use as much sauce as it takes to coat the ingredients, but you can add extra if you like your yakisoba extra flavorful.

Step 8:  Stir stir stir!  Stir until the sauce has coated all the ingredients.

And that’s it!  It’s a great meal for college students, as the ingredients (except the sauce, I admit…) are fairly cheap, and if you’re cooking for yourself, you should have leftovers for lunch the next day.  I also experiment with ingredients, sometimes adding tofu, mushrooms, and other things to the stir-fry.  Hope you all enjoy it!

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