What you need:
Meat (optional) – you can use pork, beef, chicken, any type of meat you want make sure its cut thin and small. One large chicken breast would be enough for this recipe.
Fish Cake (optional) – the Japanese like putting this in their yakisoba and its traditionally in it in most recipes. You can get this at a local Asian market and I have seen it at Safeway a few times when we lived in the States. We opt out on this.
Veggies – We bought our veggies at our local farmers market. The fun part of this recipe is you can customize it to have whatever veggies your heart desires. For instructional purposes we used bell peppers, onions, and cabbage.
Noodles – We used udon noodles that we bought in the frozen section at the local Asian market. You can also buy this shelf stable type that I found on Amazon. Make sure your noodles are defrosted before pan frying.
Yakisoba Sauce – We bought a premade mix at the Asian Store. You can also get this Yakisoba Sauce on Amazon but its three times the cost. We got ours at the store for $3.
Sesame seed oil if you have it. If not, olive oil or vegetable oil will do.
Precut your vegetables and eye how much you will need. It was only my husband, LO, and I, so this was plenty for us.