On my recent trip to Costco, I bought the frozen Yakisoba Noodles. The brand of these Yakisoba Noodles is Sam Choy’s, and the Costco package contains 6 packs of Yakisoba, 9 oz each.
What exactly are Yakisoba Noodles? According to the package, “Yakisoba is Japanese stir fried noodles with crispy vegetables and savory sauce”. That sounds really tasty, and these packaged Yakisoba noodles turned out to be very tasty indeed!
Note that I’m not a big fan of frozen dinners. There are very few frozen dinners that I will eat. I did like these Sam Choy’s Yakisoba, and I will be buying them at Costco again!
Inside the Costco package, there are 6 packs of Yakisoba packaged in plastic, and they look like this:
To cook these Yakisoba noodles in a microwave, you need to remove them from plastic, put them in a microwave and cook on High for 3 minutes.
You will then have a bowl of hot cooked yummy noodles that looks like this:
What I also like about these Yakisoba Noodles is the fact that they make me full. Even though there is no meat, I can eat this for lunch and be full until dinner! When I first bought it, I thought of adding meat or shrimp to it to make it more filling. Then I had a very busy day and just microwaved one package of these noodles for lunch, and it was very filling. Even though there is no meat, these Yakisoba noodles taste very complete and satisfying.
The nutritional information for 1 package of Sam Choy’s Yakisoba noodles is: 460 calories, 16 grams of fat, 3 grams of saturated fat, 4 grams of fiber, 12 grams of protein. The ingredients are yakisoba noodles, cabbage, Chinese pea pod, asparagus, broccoli, carrot, edamame soybean, water chestnut, red bell pepper, soy sauce, soybean oil, shiitake mushroom, sugar, water mirin, oyster sauce, sesame oil, salt, garlic, black pepper.