The epitome of a weekday-night meal, yakisoba is the perfect convergence of quick and easy, yet novel and crowd-pleasing. The BRUNO Hotplate serves the quintessential all-in-one cooker for these noodles, allowing one to stir fry the yakisoba, and set the omelette in the handy flat plate.
Delving into the deets
Modify your Stir Fry
A free-and-easy, pantry clearing dish, just use ingredients from your fridge to bulk out this dish. Such ingredients you can add to your yakisoba include:
- sliced onion/ scallions
- minced ginger
- shitake mushrooms
- sliced bell pepper
- green stir frying vegetables (e.g. chye sim, kai lan, and xiao bai chai, etc.)
- thinly sliced meat (e.g. chicken, beef, mutton, etc.)
Recipe (Makes 2 yakisoba)
- Configure your BRUNO Hotplate with the flat plate. Add a thin layer of oil, and set heat to MED, add the pork belly and stir fry for 2 mins.
- Add in carrot, cabbage, bean sprouts and the shimeiji mushroom and stir fry for another minute.
- Add the yakisoba noodles and water and continue to stir fry till cooked, then turn off the heat.
- Season with salt and pepper to taste and split into 2 portions. Take one portion out, leaving half the flat plate empty.
- Set heat to MED, oil the empty half of the flat plate, and add the beaten eggs to it.
- Allow the eggs to set for ~ 30 seconds, then with a spatula, fold the omelette over the yakisoba. Turn off the heat.
- Garnish with okonomiyaki sauce, mayonnaise, ketchup and aonori. Scoop your yakisoba onto to a wide plate to serve.
- Transfer the remaining portion of fried noodles to half of the flat plate, and repeat steps 5 - 7 to complete the second portion.