We bring you the recipe for Yakisoba stir-fried with vegetables and prawns, a very quick option for everyday life, very complete and with a high flavor content.

Yakisoba are typical noodles from Japan, and a great option to get away from the typical Italian wheat pasta that we cook more often at home. In 5-10 minutes you will have them ready.

We are going to make the recipe with the WMF Steak Profi pan , since it is the ideal pan for sautéing, since its interior metal body gets very hot. With it, we will achieve the perfect wok, since we need a very high temperature for a very short time - with the Steak Profi we will achieve it, with the advantage that, since it is non-stick, nothing will stick.


  • 250 g noodles
  • A few drops of sesame oil
  • 2 julienned chives
  • 1 julienned carrot
  • 100 g julienned bok choy
  • 250 g of peeled prawns
  • Katsuo bushi, dried bonito chips
  • yakisoba sauce


  1. First of all we are going to heat the Steak Profi WMF frying pan . When you see that the pan is very hot, you have to add a little oil to it.
  2. Next, add the carrot and cut chives to the julienne. Skip it for a couple of minutes.
  3. When you see that the carrot and chives begin to brown, let them sauté for a few minutes and add the Chinese cabbage.
  4. Add the shrimp and continue stirring. Since the pan is very hot, it's going to be a couple of turns and that's it.
  5. Meanwhile, bring plenty of water to a boil in a big pot . When it comes to a boil, add the pasta all at once and stir so it doesn't stick. It is important to cook with the pot uncovered.
  6. When the pasta is already cooked, it is important that you take it out of the pot and add it directly to the pan with the shrimp, spring onions, carrots and bok choy. Finish sautéing it all together.
  7. Finally, add the yakisoba sauce.
  8. Finish decorating the plate with a bit of tuna shavings. They will give you an amazing look. You will see!

WMF Steak Profi non-stick frying pan and set of 4 WMF bowls


Claudia said:

Hola Víctor, ¡Justo! esa era la idea, feliz de que haya encajado :) Saludos y a disfrutarla.

Claudia said:

Hola Fernando, pues francamente no sé decirte… yo esas salsas especializadas las encuentro en tiendas físicas de la ciudad… no sabría decirte, lo lamento!

victor said:

Receta sencilla muy resultona. La col china y la salsa da muy buen sabor

Fernando Pérez Ruiz said:

Donde comprar salsa yakisoba de calidad ?
Preferiría por internet, no hay en Gourmet Corte Ingles

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