Fry Teriyaki Noodle with Hot Dog

The last time I went to the mall, I found myself greeted by a familiar sight: bright lights, flashing signs and a smiling face that beckons me to come in. It’s not the second coming of the Lord, it’s just a fast food place. I don’t blame you if you haven’t been here before, since it’s not the most well-known or well-liked of foods. But it’s one of my guilty pleasures.

You probably eat a lot of noodles, but do you ever think about the ingredients and processes they are made from? Think about the fact that the product you are eating has literally been created in a factory, on a conveyer belt, by a man only wearing a hairnet and a mask, with the help of a robot. They use a lot of chemicals and bleach to get the colors right, but at the end of the day, they’re not really factory produced. They’re just someone’s idea of what a noodle should look like.

Hot Dog contains only about half a gram of fat (3g for the link)

Fry Teriyaki Noodle with Hot Dog

All you need is yakisoba, fresh noodle, or spaghetti to make Fry Teriyaki Noodle with Hot Dog at home. It may be made with chicken or pork, but I like hot dogs. It’s delicious, and my kids adore it.


yakisoba, fresh noodle, or spaghetti, 8 oz (230 g)    
8 ounces (230 g) thinly sliced chicken breast or pork    
1 pound bean sprouts    
1 cup cabbage, cut into bite-size pieces    
2 green onions, 1 inch thickly sliced    
1 tablespoon garlic, chopped    
1 tablespoon sesame seeds, to serve as a garnish    
2 tblsp. oil for stir-frying    


teriyaki sauce (three tablespoons) (you can use any kind of teriyaki sauce)    
1/4 cup Yoshida sauce from Costco (or 3 tablespoons if you don’t like sweet)    
2 tblsp. soy sauce    
1 tsp sesame seed oil    
In a mixing dish, combine all ingredients and put aside.    

Fry Teriyaki Noodles with Hot Dog Directions

  1. In a separate bowl, combine the teriyaki sauce, soy sauce, Yoshida sauce, and sesame oil.
  2. Heat the oil in a wok and stir fry the garlic till it browns, then add the chicken and stir fried until it becomes white.
  3. Cook until the cabbage is tender, then add the noodles and sauce. Quickly stir fried until the noodle is hot.
  4. Turn off the heat and add the bean sprouts and green onion.
  5. Sesame seeds may be sprinkled on top of your teriyaki noodle.

Serve with a side of chili sauce.

Thank you, and have fun with it.



Tuk Kroeung Sadao (Neem Tree Salad) is a related recipe.

daily value in percent

71g (26% of total carbohydrate)

57 percent Cholesterol 170mg

22g of total fat (28%)

Saturated Fat: 4 g (20%)

2 g dietary fiber (7% of total)

51g 102 percent protein

Sodium 116mg (5% sodium)

2 g sugars (4% sugars)

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