Yakisoba with vegetables and omelet

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Yakisoba with vegetables and omelet



There yakisoba it is one of the most famous dishes of traditional Japanese cuisine. If you have seen any cartoons or read Japanese anime, you will surely have come across a character intent on cooking or eating them. Yakisoba literally means: stir fryyaki, precisely (焼き) and soba (そば), buckwheat spaghetti (or noodles), and it is precisely these two ingredients that this dish of Chinese origin, but now considered to all intents and purposes Japanese. In today’s recipe we will see the version with the addition of an omelette, an alternative that it offers a little protein plus, making our spaghetti even tastier. It’s really quick to make, it’s also filling and has excellent nutritional value. It is tasty, light and beautiful to look at, with all the colors of the vegetables and the intense yellow of the eggs. It is above all a dish of course gluten and lactose free, vegetarian, and low calorie. In short, it’s good for everyone!

Ingredients

  • Zucchini: 3
  • Carrots: 3
  • Canned soybeans: 90 g
  • Sunflower seed oil: 50ml
  • Fresh spring onion: 1/2
  • Buckwheat noodles: 400 g
  • Soy sauce: 20ml
  • Eggs: 2
  • Salt to taste
  • Preparation: 40 minutes
  • Cooking: 15 minutes
  • Total: 55 minutes
  • Calories: 419 calories/portion
Preparation

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Wash the vegetables well under running water and dry them with kitchen paper.


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