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Fortune Soy Ginger Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodles Recipe

Fortune Soy Ginger Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodles Recipe

Calling all Asian Noodle or Ramen lovers. We have a brand new Soy and Ginger Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodles recipe you’re going to love. We combined some of our favorite parts of stir fry and created our own recipe with Fortune noodles.

This post is sponsored by JSL Foods Fortune Noodles but all opinions expressed here are our own.

When were able to work with JSL Foods Fortune Noodles, we knew we had to call in my brother, the Ramen and Noodle lover of the family. Not to say the rest of us don’t enjoy a bowl of flavorful, steaming noodles and veggies, but this guy is a real noodle and ramen lover and enjoys making his own recipes with them frequently.

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package of fortune yakisoba noodles, jar of stir fry and plate of stir fry.

Why You’ll Enjoy This Recipe

  • Full of Asian food flair and flavor
  • Super simple to make
  • Quick to enjoy
  • Great way to use veggies in a meal (for kids and picky eaters)
  • Uses leftover meat so you can save money, time and clean out the refrigerator and eliminate food waste
  • Fortune Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodles are pre-cooked, steamed, cholesterol free, vegan, and our favorite *Made in The USA*
ingredients for noodles stir fry recipe

Ingredients

  • Oil– Use what you have on hand, but Toasted Sesame Oil is our favorite for this recipe. You can also use extra virgin olive oil, grapeseed or coconut oil.
  • Fortune Yakisoba Noodles – we used the Soy Ginger flavor, but they have various other flavors. These packages of noodles also come with a flavoring packet. Depending on the amount your making, you may need multiple packages. They also offer just noodles without flavor packets. We used a package of them also just to make sure we had plenty to serve everyone.
  • Onion– we prefer a yellow or white onion for stir fry and make sure to dice it up beforehand
  • Shredded carrots– you can buy already shredded carrots or you can use a shredder or grater to get your veggies the way you want them.
  • Broccoli– you can use fresh broccoli, it may need a few more minutes to steam or sautee it. We used frozen broccoli that we cooked in the microwave so it was easier to toss this recipe together.
  • Soy Sauce– we use light soy sauce, but you can use regular, full sodium if you prefer- just taste the dish before you add salt.
  • Garlic– you can use already minced or grab a clove or garlic and freshly mince it. We like to use minced garlic stored in it’s juices and a bit of olive oil.
  • Water – it’s common to add water to help the noodles cook a bit.
  • Lemon juice – this is a great stir fry compliment flavoring, use as much as you like. Start on the lighter side, taste and then add more as you feel you need.
  • Steak– we used leftover steak from a hibachi meal we made on the Blackstone the night before becuase we knew the flavors would mesh well, but you can use whatever meat you have on hand and cook it before hand so it’s ready to go for your easy stir fry dish.
  • Optional garnishes: chives or green onions, parsley, etc.
Stir fry in a jar

Tools

  • Wok – You can also use a regular saucepan if you don’t have a Wok (we are in the middle of trying to build a house, so ours was in storage). It might just be a little more work to get everything to mix together. A wok is definitely easier and worth it in our opinion.
  • Measuring cups and spoons
  • Wooden Spoon or something for stirring
  • Chopsticks
  • Mason Jar for Serving

Here Are Some Of The Tools We Use

Craft Wok Traditional Hand Hammered Carbon Steel Pow Wok with Wooden and Steel Helper Handle (14 Inch, Round Bottom) / 731W88
  • Round Bottom Heavy 14 Inch 15 gauge (1.8mm) carbon steel wok, commercial grade. Original design by Craft Wok since 2014, proven quality over the years. Traditional chinese wok pan with round bottom.

Measuring Spoons, Premium Heavy Duty 18/8 Stainless Steel Measuring Spoons Cups Set, Small Tablespoon with Metric and US Measurements , Set of 6 for Gift Measuring Dry and Liquid Ingredients
  • GUARANTEE SAFE FOR COOKING: Are you worried about silicone and BPA plastic tools not safe for cooking? Protect your health using our stainless steel measuring spoons which are made of 18/8 food grade stainless steel.
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KitchenAid Universal Bamboo Tools, 12-Inch
  • ESSENTIAL TOOL: great for basting roasts, spooning out sauces and jus, and stirring soups, sauces, and stews

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Hiware 10 Pairs Fiberglass Chopsticks - Reusable Chopsticks Dishwasher Safe, 9 1/2 Inches - Black
  • Healthy and Durable: Our chopsticks are made of high-quality heat-resistant fiberglass, which avoids the metallic taste of metal chopsticks, the burr of wooden chopsticks, and the unhealthy quality of plastic chopsticks,at the same time,it’s totally BPA-Free with no coating and painting.

Ball Regular Mouth Mason Jars with Lids and Bands, 16-Ounces (4-Pack)
  • Made in America by the Ball Mason Jar Company Great for candles, lotions, jams and jellies, preserves, herbs etc. Lid and airtight band included Set of 4 jars No shipping outside of the continental U.S. The line on the jar says 12oz but you can fill in to 16 oz.
Plate of stir fry with noodles and veggies

How To Make Yakisoba Noodles Stir Fry

  1. Start by using warm water to separate ramen noodles in the package.
  2. Using medium to high heat, higher heat is best, heat oil in the saucepan or wok.
  3. Saute your onions and garlic a few minutes until translucent. Add in carrots, tomatoes and broccoli and cook for a few more minutes.
  4. Add in soy sauce, noodles, water, garlic and flavor packet to the veggies in the wok. Cook for 2 minutes, stirring everything together.
  5. Add in your meat, stirring everything together still. Add in lemon. Salt and pepper to taste if necessary.
  6. Once everything is all mixed together, cooked and ready, plate or add to jar and add garnishes and enjoy.

All About Stir Fry

Stir frying is a Chinese cooking method. It’s important to use very hot oil to toss, stir and cook your ingredients together in.

Stir fry recipes can vary, but generally they have some kind of the following: oil, protein, veggeies, aromatics (like garlic), some kind of sauce or water and a garnish.

Variations

  • Trade out meat– We used leftover steak from a previous meal, but this would be delicious with chicken, shrimp, pork or beef. Or omit the meat altogether.
  • Use fresh meat instead of leftovers– if using fresh, uncooked meat instead of leftover meat from a previous meal, you should season and cook that meat before you get started on this stir fry recipe.
  • Other Flavor Noodles – Fortune has various Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodle flavorings like Teriyaki and Hot & Spicy.
  • Add ginger– you can add more fresh ginger to this recipe if you want. It will definitely compliment the flavor packet already included with the noodles.
mason jar of stir fry and fortune noodles package

Tips

  • If noodles need to be broken up more when adding them to the wok after using water to help separate them, you can use chopsticks to help separate them in the wok.
  • Using high heat to heat the oil is the best to bring out flavoring and cooking everything. Be careful to watch for any splatters of oil though.
  • Make sure all your ingredients are prepped and ready to go before you start to turn on the stove and heat the oil.
  • Since you’re using high heat, everything tends to cook fast, so make sure you stir often.

Where to Buy Noodles

You can purchase Fortune products at your local Safeway, Fred Meyer, QFC, Albertson’s, Associated Stores, Cub Foods, United Supermarkets, Roche Bros, Meijer, Shaw’s, Stop N Shop, Price Rite, Shop Rite, Wakefern, Price Chopper, Giant, HEB, Walmart and Grocery Outlet.

Get more info on these noodles and other products by checking out their website, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Package of stir fry noodles and stir fry on a plate with chopstick

Other Recipes You’ll Love

If Asian recipes are your thing, you’re going to love this Asian Noodles Soup (just add water soup in a jar) recipe.

We have some awesome Just Add Water Soup Recipes that you will probably enjoy too. Something about simple, quick meals, really makes us happy with a full belly.

teenager eating stir fry from mason jar

Fortune Soy Ginger Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodles Recipe

Mason Jar Recipe
You're going to love this flavorful stir fry recipe with veggies, Fortune Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodles, leftover meat, garlic, oil and more.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 35 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine Asian
Servings 6 servings

Ingredients
  

  • 2 packages Fortune Yakisoba Soy Ginger Stir Fry Noodles and flavor packet
  • 2 cups water
  • ½ onion diced
  • ½ carrots shredded
  • ½ cup grape tomatoes sliced
  • 2 cups broccoli cooked or steamed
  • 2 Tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 ¼ Tablespoon garlic
  • 1 cup leftover steak
  • dash lemon juice
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 extra package of Stir Fry Noodles optional

Instructions
 

  • Start by using warm water to separate ramen noodles in the package.
  • Using medium to high heat, higher heat is best, heat oil in the saucepan or wok.
  • Saute your onions and garlic a few minutes until translucent. Add in carrots, tomatoes and broccoli and cook for a few more minutes.
  • Add in soy sauce, noodles, water, garlic and flavor packet to the veggies in the wok. Cook for 2 minutes, stirring everything together.
  • Add in your meat, stirring everything together still. Add in lemon. Salt and pepper to taste if necessary.
  • Once everything is all mixed together, cooked and ready, plate or add to jar and add garnishes and enjoy.
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stir fry noodles and vegetables on a plate with text saying easy soy + ginger stir fry noodles recipe.
Recipe Rating




Julie

Sunday 7th of November 2021

Oh yum! Love to make stir fry so going to be trying these!