Teriyaki Noodles – Easy Recipe
Let’s talk about teriyaki noodles. I’ve been obsessed with this simple Asian-inspired recipe lately. It’s a delicious and filling side dish, but also works for lunch on it’s own. It’s great to make leftovers stretch. For example, if you have a little chicken or pork left over from dinner the night before, make a batch of these noodles, dice or shred the meat and add it at the end. This is such a versatile dish. You have to give this teriyaki noodle recipe a try.
You can make this dish with your favorite store-bought sauce. I prefer to make my own. I shared my stove-top recipe for homemade teriyaki sauce as well as an even easier Instant Pot Teriyaki Sauce recipe. I encourage you to give either (or both of them) a try. The result is so much better than the bottled stuff.
The traditional way to make this is with soba or buckwheat noodles. While you can certainly find those at your local grocery store these days, regular spaghetti are much more affordable. I often use whole wheat, but plain spaghetti work just as well. If you need this to cook even quicker, try angel hair pasta and slice your veggies paper thin so they cook in just a minute or two in the pan or wok.
For even more quick and easy recipes, take a look at the Homemade Mixes Cookbook available on Amazon.
Making your own mix from scratch rather than buying it in the store not only saves you money but also saves you from all the additives and preservatives that are put in the foods we buy. The recipes include:
- Apple Pie Spice Mix
- Basic Muffin Mix
- Brownie Mix
- Caribbean Jerk Seasoning
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix
- Corn Bread Mix
- Cream of Soup Mix
- Fajita Seasoning
- Fish Fry Coating Mix
- Fruited Oatmeal Mix
- Homemade Taco Seasoning Mix
- Homemade Vanilla Chai Tea Mix
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