Whenever I find myself in a Noodles and Company, my go to dish is the Japanese Pan Noodles. It also seems like something that would not be too terribly hard to make a passable recreation at home. Here’s my first attempt:
1 pound beef stir fry meat, thinly sliced into strips (top round or flank steak)
1 package frozen stir fry vegetables
28 oz precooked Udon style noodles
I kind of just winged this recipe without really measuring any of the ingredients. I used precooked Udon noodles because that is all that my grocery stocks.
Preheat the sesame oil in a skillet on medium high heat. Stir fry the beef long enough brown it without overcooking it, about 10 minutes. Remove beef from the skillet and drain off the excess fat. If necessary add a little more sesame oil to the skillet and stir fry the vegetables until they are heated through. Stir the noodles into the skillet and add some teryaki sauce. Stirfry a few minutes and add the beef back in. Stir in some chopped green onions.
Top with some sesame seeds. Was really easy to make and quite tasty. Although next time, I am going to try using fresh vegetables.