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RECIPE: Chef Seiji's Yakisoba

Ingredients:

2 tbsp oil
80 grams pork, thinly sliced
20 grams onion, sliced
30 grams carrots, strips
60 grams cabbage, sliced into 2"
20 grams shimeji mushroom
1 piece dry shitake, pre-cooked and thinly sliced
60 grams mongo sprouts, washed and cleaned
3 tbsp soy sauce
dash of michi for spice powder
2 tbsp salt & pepper to taste
2 tbsp sesame oil
30 grams naruto
120 grams ramen noodles



Instruction:

Heat oil in pan. Add pork, onion, carrots, cabbage, shitake, shimeji, togue, and half cook then put noodle and season with sauce, salt and pepper to taste, sesame oil and sake. Half cook then serve.


Go to link for Chef Seiji's Hiyashi Chuka Recipe

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