Festival Style Typhoon Yakisoba

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Festival Style Typhoon Yakisoba with Hakubaku Ramen  Recipe A prefecture festival we visited had a mix of pork and squid – in a crispy swirl of noodles. They call it-  Typhoon Yakisoba. The key points to make here are the ingredients get mixed up from land and sea.  Ramen noodles- are fried in the pan to make them crispy. The …

Yakisoba Mount Fuji City Style

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Yakisoba Mt. Fuji City Style is just one of many regional yakisoba dishes around Japan. Every prefecture around Japan has its own regional style of yakisoba with variations on preparation, style, presentation, and of course taste. Yakisoba Mount Fuji City Style winning recipe comes to us from the Mount Fuji  Japanese Food Regional Challenge held every year in Mount Fuji …

Japanese Layered Pancake Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki

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If you love pancakes and pan fried noodles, you are going to enjoy this Japanese Layered Pancake Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki. It is the ultimate savory pancake complete with fried noodles (we use our Fresh Ramen Noodles ), shrimp, cabbage, bacon, and egg all cooked into a huge tasty round. It is then slathered with a rich brown sauce to give …

Hakubaku Tokyo Chicken Yakisoba

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Want something quick to make during the weekday? Try our Hakubaku Tokyo Chicken Yakisoba . Its our take on the authentic Japanese street food on the streets of Japan.  Hakubaku restaurant fresh  Ramen noodles make this dish so good. Its packed with vegetables, and its so easy.  Lets make Yakisoba Sauce! If you’re used to the usual sweet-salty flavor of …