I’m pretty sure this has been in existence for decades and decades. One thing I truly enjoy is fresh yakisoba and making it for friends and family. I’m having a visitor today who has been hit with some rough times and thought I’d hook him up with some of this stuff. Think I might do a cooking video along with it. done a ton of live cooking vids lately so maybe it’s a good idea – we’ll see… Let’s hit it!
Maruchan Curry Nama Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodles With Seasoning Sauce Base – Japan
Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, heat a little oil in a pan. Cook vegetables and meats you want. Set aside. Add 1/4 cup water and a tablespoon of oil and cook one of the noodle pouch’s contents – break it up by stirring for a while – 2~3 minutes. Add in one of the sachet’s contents and vegetables/meat back in. Finally, stir and enjoy!
Three servings of noodles.
Three seasoning sachets.
Finished (click to enlarge). Added Salad Cosmo mung bean sprouts, soft boiled egg, tofu puff, spring onion, Kewpie mayo and nanami togarashi. The noodles were just great – fresh yakisoba is always a real treat and the noodles are very important. They have a good mouthfeel and nice quantity. The curry flavor is subtle but very tasty and works extremely well here. 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 074410459567.
I got an email last week from a company that sells all sorts of neat Japanese stuff – Ippin! A marketer named Lee contacted me! There’s Ippin for the United States and Ippin for Singapore. Let’s see what Lee put in this neat package from Japan!
Here’s another one I was given by the nice folks at T&T Supermarket up in Canada – thanks again! I thought some fresh noodles would be nice for dinner tonight and I’ve wanted to try these for quite some time. Let’s check ’em out!
Here’s the importer’s sticker from the back (click to enlarge).
Here’s the back of the package without the sticker (click image to enlarge). Looks to be meat-free but have a look at the ingredients to make sure.
You get three servings – here’s one of them. Noodles in a bag.
You also get three packets of the powdered seasoning base.
Finished (click image to enlarge). Added beef, red bell pepper and Vidalia sweet onion. The noodles are nice and thin – they break up pretty quick in the water and oil and combine well with the sauce. The flavor is excellent – reminds me of yakisoba I would have at a little teriyaki and wok place we’ve gone to before. Great stuff! 4.25 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 041789008313.
This is the video I did for my 1000th review back in March! This is a different Maruchan Yakisoba – the dry noodle you can get in a tray form.