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Beef Kimchi Yakisoba - Teriyaki Flavor

Course Main Course
Cuisine Asian
Keyword lunch, dinner, asian food, kimchi
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 2
Author Sandra | Sandra's Easy Cooking

Ingredients

  • /2 tablespoon Oil Canola, vegetable, etc.
  • 1/2 lb Ground Beef lower fat content
  • 2 green onions save green part for garnish
  • 2 garlic cloves sliced
  • Pinch or two of black Hawaiian salt
  • 1 cup Kimchi chopped
  • Splash of Kimchi juice
  • 1 pack of Fortune Yakisoba noodles Teriyaki flavor
  • 3 tablespoon Water

Garnish:

  • Sesame seeds
  • Green onion
  • Chili flakes
  • Nori Dried Seaweed

Instructions

  1. Heat the Wok for a minute or so on high temperature, add oil and add ground beef. Saute the beef until almost done, then add diagonally sliced green onions, reserving green part for garnish, and sliced garlic. Season with a pinch or two black Hawaiian salt. Stir-fry for a couple of minutes until the beef is completely done.
  2. Add chopped kimchi and a splash of kimchi juice. Stir-fry for 30 seconds.
  3. Meanwhile, place noodles in the microwave (follow instructions on the back of the noodle pack, it takes a minute to defrost the noodles).
  4. Add defrosted noodles in the wok, and add splashes of water. With a chopstick or a fork, try to loosen up noodles.
  5. When the noodles are completely loosened up, add seasoning (Teriyaki flavor) that comes with the noodles. Add the whole pouch and stir well to combine, and until all the noodles are coated with the seasoning.
  6. After a minute or so the noodles are completely done.
  7. Garnish with sesame seeds, green onion, chili flakes and dried seaweed.

Recipe Notes

If you cannot find black salt, then just use what you have. I started using it because of its health benefits. Ground beef could be substituted with chicken, either chicken breast (cubed) or ground. You may add peas, carrots or any other vegetables. For a vegetarian version: use vegan kimchi and other vegetables such as mushrooms to sub the meat.