Easy Chicken Yakisoba and Noodles

Hi friends! I hope you have had a wonderful weekend with your families. We love to have something Asian inspired almost every week and the other day I realized we had everything on hand to make this spin on Yakisoba with some noodles added. It was easy, fast and delicious so I thought I’d share it with y’all.


First I just got a pound or so frozen chicken breasts boiling in some water. When it was done I scooped it out and added a box of spaghetti right into the same pot of water. While the pasta cooked I cut up the chicken into big cubes and finely shredded a half a head of cabbage we’d used earlier in the week for coleslaw. I hate to waste anything.


So by the time that was done, so was the noodles. I drained them into a colander and added the cabbage and carrots in the same pot with a tablespoon of sesame oil. I let it cook down a little, I still wanted some crunch to the veggies. Then I add in the noodles. chicken and green beans. After I get it all stirred up and mixed I season it with ginger, garlic powder, salt and pepper. I also give it a good couple of tablespoons of soy sauce. It makes a good amount; enough so that we ate dinner and had leftovers for lunch the next day!



Easy Chicken Yakisoba Noodles

Credit: mistydawnmississippimom.com


  • 1 1/2 pounds frozen chicken breasts
  • 1 pound box spaghetti noodles
  • 1 can french style green beans
  • half a head of cabbage, finely shredded (4 cups or so)
  • bag of matchstick carrots
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • ground ginger
  • garlic powder
  • salt and pepper
  • soy sauce
  • sriracha sauce (optional)



  1. Boil chicken until done. Remove from boiling water and boil noodles in water.
  2. Dice chicken and prepare veggies.
  3. Drain noodles into colander.
  4. Heat oil in pot with cabbage and carrots. Cook until beginning to get tender, then add chicken and noodles back in with green beans.
  5. Heat through and season to taste.
  6. Optional: add in water chestnuts or serve baked wonton chips on the side, make it spicy with sriracha and garnish with sesame seeds

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