Hibachi Noodles

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These Hibachi Noodles make an easy and flavorful dinner or side dish. You can use any noodles you have on hand! Just add garlic, soy sauce, and mirin.

fork holding Hibachi Noodles

Best Noodles For Hibachi

Typically, Hibachi Noodles are made with Japanese noodles: Yakisoba or Udon. But for this easy recipe, you can use any noodles you have in your kitchen. For example, spaghetti or linguini will work. Once the sauces are added and the noodles are cooked up on a hot skillet, they will taste just like hibachi style!

Hibachi Noodles on a plate

This noodle dish makes for a light dinner or side dish. Or for a more filling meal, top the noodles with stir fried meat and vegetables. Chicken, fish, or beef marinated in teriyaki sauce would be delicious with these noodles. Or keep it vegetarian and top the Hibachi Noodles with tofu, legumes, or chopped vegetables. Yum!

Looking for more easy recipes to build complete meals? Check out Sautéed Eggplant, Air Fryer Portobello Mushrooms, and Roasted Red Potatoes In Air Fryer. Each of these healthy dishes can be topped with lean protein and fresh sauces to make quick & wholesome dinners.

Hibachi Noodles cooking in a skillet

How To Make Hibachi Noodles

Cook the Japanese noodles (i.e., Yakisoba or Odon) according to the package instructions. Set aside.

Heat a skillet to high heat on the stovetop. Add butter and wait until it melts to add the garlic. After about 20 seconds of cooking the garlic (you’ll start to smell it), add the noodles to the pan. Mix all the ingredients together.

close-up of Hibachi Noodles

Pour soy sauce and mirin into a small bowl or measuring cup. Whisk to combine. Pour over noodles and stir to mix it all up.

Heat until noodles are warmed through, then turn off heat.

Use a spatula to move noodles to a serving plate or bowl.

spatula mixing up Hibachi Noodles

Cooking Tips

  • If you do not have Japanese noodles on hand, you can make this dish with spaghetti or linguini
  • For this recipe, 1 package of noodles would be 10 oz of dry noodles
  • You can cook the noodles in advance and store in the fridge, but it may take longer for them to heat through on the stovetop. Add a few minutes of cooking time

seasoned Hibachi Noodles on a plate

What Is The Difference Between Hibachi Noodles and Lo Mein?

They are very similar noodles dishes, although Hibachi Noodles originate in Japan and Lo Mein is from Chinese cuisine.

spatula with Hibachi Noodles on top

What Sauces Are Typically Served on Hibachi?

Ginger sauce and Yum Yum sauce and usually served on Hibachi dishes, especially in restaurants. Other popular Hibachi sauces include soy sauce and rice vinegar.

What To Serve With Hibachi Noodles

These yummy noodles taste great with all sorts of other asian-inspired dishes like Instant Pot Chicken Teriyaki Recipe, Mongolian Beef, Orange Chicken or Air Fryer Frozen Shrimp Tempura. Yum!

Or keep it vegetarian, and serve these noodles with hearty meatless faire, like Sautéed Eggplant, Baked Falafel Recipe With Canned Chickpeas, or Sautéed Portobello Mushrooms. So many delicious options!

Hibachi Noodles cooked in a skillet

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Hibachi Noodles

These Hibachi Noodles make an easy and flavorful dinner or side dish. You can use any noodles you have on hand! Just add garlic, soy sauce, and mirin.
Prep Time2 minutes
Cook Time5 minutes
Total Time7 minutes
Course: Side Dish
Keyword: Hibachi Noodles
Cooking Method: Stovetop
Servings: 2 servings
Calories: 743kcal

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Ingredients

  • 3 tbsp butter
  • 1 tbsp garlic minced (about 4 cloves)
  • 10 oz noodles Japanese- Yakisoba or Odon (can also substitute with spaghetti or linguini)
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup mirin

Instructions

  • Cook the Japanese noodles (i.e., Yakisoba or Odon) according to the package instructions. Set aside.
  • Heat a skillet to high heat on the stovetop. Add butter and wait until it melts to add the garlic. After about 20 seconds of cooking the garlic (you'll start to smell it), add the noodles to the pan. Mix all the ingredients together.
  • Pour soy sauce and mirin into a small bowl or measuring cup. Whisk to combine.
  • Pour over noodles and stir to mix it all up.
  • Heat until noodles are warmed through, then turn off heat.
  • Use a spatula to move noodles to a serving plate or bowl.

Notes

  • If you do not have Japanese noodles on hand, you can make this dish with spaghetti or linguini
  • For this recipe, 1 package of noodles would be 10 oz of dry noodles
  • You can cook the noodles in advance and store in the fridge, but it may take longer for them to heat through on the stovetop. Add a few minutes of cooking time
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Nutrition

Serving: 1g | Calories: 743kcal | Carbohydrates: 121g | Protein: 22g | Fat: 19g | Saturated Fat: 11g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 5g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 45mg | Sodium: 1990mg | Potassium: 399mg | Fiber: 5g | Sugar: 11g | Vitamin A: 525IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 48mg | Iron: 3mg
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