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Yakisoba, a stir-fry of ramen noodles, vegetables and salty-sweet seasonings, is a Japanese mainstay. It’s such a popular dish that grocery stores sell yakisoba kits that include fresh noodles and seasoning packets, as well as instant versions requiring only boiling water and a couple minutes to prepare. This is an easy homemade version that uses dried non-instant ramen and adds chicken and cabbage to make a complete meal. A trio of pantry staples—soy sauce, ketchup and Worcestershire sauce—provide big, bold flavor that the noodles absorb during stir-frying.
ounces dried non-instant ramen noodles
cup soy sauce