This Yakisoba Noodles Waffle Sandwich recipe post is part of the Fortune Noodle Blogger Recipe Challenge. Samples were provided as part of this contest.
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Are you a fan of yakisoba noodles or ramen? We are big fans of stir-fry dishes and ramen in our house. We love figuring out fun and new ways to prepare our favorite dishes. Lately, we’ve become obsessed with the #willitwaffle trend. For this trend, people put random things in a waffle maker and ask, will it waffle?
I decided to use my waffle obsession as the inspiration for this dish by combining Fortune Yakisoba Noodles.
Fortune Yakisoba Noodles
This Yakisoba Noodles Waffle Sandwich recipe features Fortune Yakisoba Stir-Fry Noodles. Fortune Yakisoba Stir-Fry Noodles. Fortune Yakisoba Noodles come in a variety of flavors. Specifically, teriyaki, soy ginger, hot & spicy and traditional style. Each and every flavor is noodleisous!
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The Yakisoba Noodles Waffle Sandwich begins with a few simple ingredients combined with the noodles to serve as the “bun.” The sandwich was then filled with some pan-fried Spam®, a fried egg and a few sheets of nori. Yes, you read that right, Spam®. In order to keep this dish as authentic as possible, I chose Spam® as the breakfast meat because of its wide popularity in Asia and how well it pairs with the Yakisoba.
Ready for the recipe?
Yakisoba Noodles Waffle Sandwich
For the Yakisoba Noodle Waffles
- 2 packs Fortune Yakisoba Stir Fry Noodles (set seasoning aside)
- 2 eggs
- 1 TSP baking powder
- 2 TBSP water
- 1 TBSP nutritional yeast optional
- 1 can Spam sliced (I got about 9 slices) and pan fried
- 2 eggs cooked to your liking
- 1 package nori or seaweed sheets
- sliced avocado, sesame seeds, parsley and orange slice garnish optional
- sriracha condiment optional
- Heat and grease waffle iron.
- While waffle iron is heating, in a large bowl, combine yakisoba noodles, 2 eggs, baking powder, water and nutritional yeast. Mix well.
- Fill waffle iron with noodle mixture to make four waffles. You will need a top and a bottom for each sandwich. My waffle iron makes 4 waffles, if yours make 2 waffles at a time, distribute mixture evenly.
- While waffles are cooking, pan-fry the spam until lightly browned.
- Once the spam is done, you will then cook your egg to desired doneness. I like mine over medium, hard.
- Cook noodle waffles until golden brown, flipping if necessary.
- While still hot, place one noodle waffle on a plate and top with two pieces of fried spam, one egg and 2-3 sheets of nori or seaweed. Top with second noodle waffle to complete the sandwich. Serve hot.
- Optional: Serve with sliced avocado topped with sesame seeds, sliced oranges, parsley garnish and sriracha.
As a result, this Yakisoba Noodles Sandwich is a totally winning dish and yes, it did waffle! The Yakisoba Noodles crisped up beautifully and served as a strong base to the sandwich. The saltiness of the Spam combined perfectly with the egg and the nori. I dipped my sandwich is sriracha for that perfect touch of heat.