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Hibachi Style Noodles

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I have really been craving Hibachi style food lately!!! I know they smother everything at the restaurants with soy sauce so I can't go out but I'd like to try to reproduce it at home. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I could try to reproduce the fried noodles? I remember that was my favorite part years ago! I tried using brown rice noodles but I think I'm not doing something right... Any suggestions would be much appreciated!!

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It has been a while, but what I remember about the noodles, was a big glob of butter and a spoonful of minced garlic sizzling on the metal plate, then the noodles on top of that with soy sauce, sizzling enough to put a little crispness on some of the noodles. Maybe some sesame seeds? Maybe some sesame oil?

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Have you tried soba noodles? They are made with buckwheat and are thicker than rice noodles - they are like udon. They have a nice bite to them. We had some the other night and found them to be vastly superior to rice noodles (in our opinions). As hibachi literally means spicy bowl I would also add some pepper flakes and/or Sriracha sauce, gluten-free rice vinegar, a bit of ketchup, sugar, freshly-grated ginger and fish sauce (in addition to soy sauce, sesame oil, scallions and garlic). Some brands of miso paste are gluten-free and excellent with udon or soba noodles.

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Thanks for the tip with the soba noodles! I found an Asian market near where I live! Hopefully I can find some there!

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Thanks for the tip with the soba noodles! I found an Asian market near where I live! Hopefully I can find some there!

You are welcome. I hope you can locate them!!

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I'm not sure if this is what you are looking for but here is a recipe I have been wanting to try: http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/easy/dinner-for-one-sesamegarlic-soba-noodles-with-fried-egg-066422

Just be sure the buckwheat noodles are only made with buckwheat flour. Some of the Western versions add wheat.

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Be careful with soba noodles - some have wheat flour in them as well as buckwheat. Read the labels.

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