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Asparagus & Sausage Yakisoba

I made this asparagus & sausage yakisoba (Japanese fried noodles/焼きそば) using available ingredients in the fridge. Usually yakisoba has cabbage as the main vegetable, but asparagus is certainly nice for a change! Sausage adds a lot of instant flavour to the noodles. This recipe is a convenient, easy and fast version of yakisoba to make.

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Asparagus & Sausage Yakisoba Recipe

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Asparagus & Sausage Yakisoba (Step-by-Step)

Prepare onions (cut to thin wedges), carrot (sliced thinly diagonally), sausages (cut to short sections) and asparagus (prepped according to this tutorial & sliced to short sections).

Spread out the prepared ingredients in a pan. Season all except the sausage with salt & pepper. Pan fry everything until the onions are soft and asparagus are cooked.

Fresh Yakisoba Noodles from Donki

Asparagus & Sausage Yakisoba (Step-by-Step)
Mix the pan-fried items well and push them to the side of the pan. Add a packet of yakisoba noodles (microwaved for 45 seconds) to the pan. Drizzle some sake or water over the noodles.

Asparagus & Sausage Yakisoba (Step-by-Step)
Gently loosen the noodles with chopsticks or spatula. As the noodles have been previously warmed in the microwave, they will loosen easily without breaking.

Japanese Worcestershire Sauce

Asparagus & Sausage Yakisoba (Step-by-Step)
Pour yakisoba sauce (made of Japanese worcestershire sauce pictured above + oyster sauce + soy sauce). Also add a splash of chicken stock (or water) over the contents of the pan. Stir fry everything briskly at high heat until well-mixed.

Asparagus & Sausage Yakisoba RecipeGarnish with pickled red ginger & dried laver flakes – a yummy Japanese-style fried noodles is ready for lunch!

2 comments on “Asparagus & Sausage Yakisoba”

  1. Simple, quick yet so delicious and moreish!

  2. Asparagus is expensive ingredient. I’m so sure those Jap eateries will only serve cabbage yakisoba but yummisoba with asparagus, only in your kitchen lor ;p

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