This Yakisoba Noodles Recipe is packed with pork, veggies and ramen noodles golden fried into deliciousness and drizzled in a sweet and salty stir fry sauce. Grab your chopsticks and get ready to wok and roll.
So… Sarah has a confession.
The first time she tried Yakisoba, she was ridiculously hungover on the 46th floor of the Umeda Sky Building, about to watch the summer festival fireworks.
The noodles sat in a crisp white take-away box, full of saucy gloriousness. A hangover cure to surpass even that of a KFC Ultimate Burger Meal.
Just one bite and she was hooked:
No… just… one… more… bite!
Mmmmmm, this is the last one…
I’m just going to finish it.
This Homemade Yakisoba Sauce Recipe is like barbecue sauce on steroids. Mix a few easy ingredients together and this bad boy is ready for your noodles, beef, pork or even on an omelette. AND – it’s ready in less than 5 minutes. Booyah.
Okay yes. We’ll fess up. You could buy Yakisoba sauce from an Asian grocery.
What if you can’t find one, or don’t want the hassle of ordering online, and waiting for the postman?
With today’s tasty recipe you can easily make your own Homemade Yakisoba Sauce – in less time than it takes to read this blog post. 😉
Even better, all you need are a few handy ingredients. And if you love Asian cuisine, you’ll probably have them ready to go in your kitchen already.
So let’s get cracking, shall we?
Looking for an exotic appetiser or tasty snack? Try these Indonesian Corn Fritters – also known as Bakwan Jagung – they’re crispy, crunchy, and easy to make with every day ingredients. This recipe will make enough fritters to feed a horde of hungry foodies.
Despite the name, this recipe for Bakwan Jagung (Indonesian Corn Fritters) comes to you by way of a little detour through Kagoshima, Japan.
The popular university town sees people flying in from all over the world to study, and we just happened to meet up with a group of awesome Indonesian expats while staying with one of our favourite airbnb hosts.
(Oh Yuko and Himari, how we miss you… and your amazing miso soup.)
Enjoy the Best Ever Australian Curried Sausages for seriously good comfort food, Aussie style. Grilled sausages, onion slivers and green peas smothered in a thick curry gravy – it’s a satisfying and nourishing dinner everybody will love.
This post first appeared over at Eazy Peazy Mealz where we’re contributors.
Okay guys, so today we want to share with you this classic Australian recipe for the Best Curried Sausages everrrrr.
Did you know that this tasty and unassuming little dish of curried sausages even has a really cool super-power?
Just one bite and its simple traditional flavours have the power to whisk you away to bygone times. It always reminds us of being kids and growing up in Australia. Of those simple, no-fuss family dinners that reached the table packed with flavour yet minimal effort.
It’s no surprise that the Best Ever Australian Curried Sausages were (and totally still are) an all-time favourite for both our families, standing the test of time to be cooked and eaten with just as much enthusiasm today as it was back then.
So why do we love them so much?
Bite into a bowl of healthy, happy feels with this French Apple and Carrot Salad. Bursting with juicy goodness from apples, carrots and fresh cilantro, it’s deliciously easy to whip up as a quick snack or summery side dish.
Apples and carrots aren’t usually the first ingredients that come to mind when dreaming about salads. But you know what?
They really should be.
Because there’s something special about these innocent little fruits and vegetables.
Something I like to call the CRUNCH FACTOR.