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1 Be careful of accidents involving water
2 The Event Calendar Funabashi
3 all foreign nationals living in Japan
4 Did you pay civil taxes first due in June?
5 Town Watching (Evacuation Shelter)
6 Bon Festival
7 Specialty product of Funabashi  < Pears >
8 Japanese Cooking
     ~Yaki-soba
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9 Japanese Expressions
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Japanese Cooking
     ~Yaki-soba ~ (Fried Noodles)

 
 

Yaki-soba is one of the most popular light meals and suitable for lunch. It is originally considered as Chinese dish but adapted to Japanese taste. This dish can be cooked easily using any combination of vegetables and meat on hand. The following recipe is for one with soy sauce flavor.

Ingredients ( 4 servings )

A:   4 steamed Chinese noodles, 200g thin sliced beef, 60g carrot, 1 pack Moyashi (bean sprout)

4 cabbage leaves, 2 green peppers, 1/2 pack of Shimeji mushroom, 1 Negi (spring onion)

B: 5 tbsp. salad oil, 4 tbsp. each of soy sauce and Sake, 1/2 tsp. salt, a dash of pepper

C:  30g Beni-shoga (pickled red ginger). Aonori (crushed green laver flakes)

Directions

(1) Untangle noodles. Cut beef thinly.

(2) Cut carrot, cabbage, green peppers into large julienne strips. Wash Moyashi. Cut off stem of Shimeji and separate into small bunches. Cut Negi diagonally.

(3) Heat 2 tbsp. of salad oil in a large frying pan, and stir-fry the beef and the carrot for 2 minutes.

Add the other vegetables of (2) and stir-fry for 3 minutes over medium heat. Season with salt and pepper. Remove from the frying pan and set side.

(4) Heat 3 tbsp. of the remaining salad oil in the pan, put the noodles, sprinkle sake and stir- fry for 3 minutes over medium heat.

(5) Return the vegetables of (3) to the pan and season with soy sauce. Fry 2 minutes more.

(6) Serve on an individual plate and sprinkle Aonori and Beni-shoga.

Note: Steamed Chinese Noodles with seasoning are sold at super markets.

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