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Yakisoba with Seafood and Quail Eggs

Updated: Aug 2, 2020

A twist on a classic Japanese street food classic.

The word "Yakisoba" translates to "grilled noodles" and these noodles are a staple of Japanese stir-fries. While Soba are buckwheat noodles, the word also refer to thin, long noodles.

This recipe is a combination of yakisoba recipes from JapanCentre, NoRecipes, JustOneCookBook and Tasty. If you cannot find Yakisoba noodles, opt for Ramen or Ramen-style noodles instead.

This recipe concludes our Japanese weekly menu.

Time to place our chopsticks on the chopstick holder and say Gochisou samadeshita! ( ごちそうさまでした), literally "You prepared quite a feast!" - thanking the cook for their wonderful effort. If you're interested in having more information about Japanese dining etiquette, as well as Japanese table setting, learning how to use chopsticks, how to wear a yukata or even an alternative way to cook and peel quail eggs, head over to our Pinterest and check out the pins for Week 31 - Japanese Menu.

This recipe is part of the 2020 - Week 31 Menu - Japanese Recipes. Look under Menus for all other recipes of the series or Subscribe to our mailing list and receive complete weekly menu ideas with everything from the grocery shopping list to all standardized recipes in a menu, as well as an organized Order of Cooking list to save you time in the kitchen.

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