Yakisoba means "fried noodles." It’s often sold at festivals in Japan. Its origin is similar to Chinese chow mein, but it’s made with ramen noodles rather than egg noodles. Each package comes with a sauce package, seasoning, dried vegetables, and Japanese mayo. One taste and you can't help but fall in love!
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NUTRITION FACTS Serving Size: 4.7 oz Serving per Container: 1 Net wt. 4.7 oz (134.3 g)
With a heftier price tag than most instant ramen bowls, I only bought this one to try and never imagined liking it enough to buy again. Yet here I am, ordering more, and I don't believe it will be my last time. I have never tried Yakisoba before, so I was a bit thrown off by the unusual contents, and the scent of the finished product, but I've enjoyed this particular variety of ramen more than any other in recent memory. This is a must try, for sure.
Saturday Jun 11 2011 21:07
This yakisoba is perhaps the best yakisoba that I have ever had. Be cautious though. It may have a few flavors that the western palate may find strange at first, but when you start eating it. You just can't stop.
Saturday Apr 02 2011 18:31
These are so good! My husband and I both love them, so when I buy them I'll buy a bunch at once and then we'll try to make them last... they never last long, though!