Chop, slice and mince all the veggies, which take most of the time in this dish. Once done, set it aside; preheat little bit of oil and start stir-frying each veggie separately, it takes 4-5 minutes each (because you do not want each veggie to bleed color on the other if you put it together) take out onto clean platter or bowl. There is no need to clean wok/pan after each veggie just adds a bit of oil and saute. Add just a pinch of salt for each time when you add a vegetable to add a layer of flavor. (Just a small pinch each time)
When done with vegetables, add thinly sliced meat strips and cook until done on a few drops of oil (3-5 minute depending on the cut and the slices); Leftover marinated meat such as bulgogi could be used too and any other kind of meat /chicken or pork.
Combine sauteed veggies and meat in one pot/wok/pan and stir fry for 3-4 minutes, then add sauce, few tablespoons at the time, taste to see if you need more seasoning sauce or seasoning. You do NOT need to use the whole thing, however, you can use it later to add more and adjust to your taste.
Cook noodles, following instructions on the package /usually cook 7-8 minutes, wash under cold water. Drain and add them with the vegetables and meat; lightly toss so noodles could be coded with the sauce. YOU CAN also mix everything in one larger pot, toss it all together until combined and then put it back in the WOK or Frying pan. You can also splash more of sauce if you have any left.
You may eat it warm or cold; store in the container and in the fridge for a few days.
You may use any veggies that you have on hand, also to save yourself the time you can get pre-cut vegetables.
This is great for parties, and it is actually traditionally party/celebratory type of dish! IF YOU are making for fewer people you can adjust the ingredients. I like the sauce so I make and reserve some in the fridge, and if I have leftover noodles like I said you can keep it in the fridge.
Make sure it is in an airtight container. Reheat and eat!
ALWAYS taste before adding too much. It is better adding less than adding too much.
Sometimes it might work for me, but we all have different taste buds, so taste your food while cooking.