Omusoba is known as a perfect Omatsuri(festival) food, street food, and lunch! You can make it so easy at home!
If you have been to a Japanese festival, you must have seen Omusoba or Omu-Yakisoba (オム焼きそば). This meal is savory Yakisoba covered with fluffy egg. The combination is simple but the flavors are genius.
What is Omu-Yakisoba/ Omusoba
Omu-yakisoba or omusoba is a popular dish in Japan. Omu means omelet, and Yakisoba is stir fried noodles, one of the classic noodle dishes in Japan. This combination is perfect. I believe not so many households make this for lunch or dinner because it is known as festival or street food. It’s kind of a special occasion meal but you can absolutely enjoy it at home.
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Yakisoba Ingredients *this yakisoba recipe, you can make 2 people Omusoba.
Yakisoba sauce Ingredients
- 2 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- 1 Tablespoon soy sauce
- 1 Tablespoon ketchup
- 1 teaspoon soy sauce
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 4 egg 2 eggs each person
- 4 Tablespoon whole milk 2 Tbsp each person
Preparation - Yakisoba *this yakisoba recipe, makes Omusoba for [adjustable]2[/adjustable] people.
- Sauce : In a small bowl, add Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, ketchup, and oyster sauce. Mix everything. In a small bowl, add sugar and hot water. Melt the sugar. Then, put the melted sugar into the sauce bowl.
- In a medium pan, turn the heat to medium. Add about 1/4Tbsp vegetable oil and ground meat. Cook until the meat is completely cooked.
- Add the sliced cabbage and Yakisoba noodles in the pan.
- Add 1/4Tbsp sesame oil, noodles, and 30ml water into the pan. Loosen the noodles while cooking with a fork or chopsticks.
- After the noodles are all loose, add the sauce. Stir well for 4-5 minutes.Yakisoba is done! This yakisoba can make Omusoba for 2 people.
- In a small bowl, add eggs and milk. Mix everything.
- In a medium pan, turn the heat to medium and add 1 tablespoon vegetable oil and 1/2 of the beaten egg. Cook until the egg no longer sticks to the pan.
- Add 1/2 of Yakisoba in the middle of the egg. Wrap the Yakisoba on both sides with egg. Please make sure sure to fold the edges around Yakisoba with the egg omelet.
- Place a plate on top of the pan. Simply flip over so that the Omusoba is on the plate.
- Make another omusoba!
- Add tonkatsu sauce and Japanese mayonnaise to finish!
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