Yakisoba, “fried noodle”, is a Japanese noodle stir-fry dish. Usually, soba means buckwheat, but soba in yakisoba means Chinese noodles made from wheat flour, and are typically flavored with a condiment similar to Worcestershire sauce. The dish first appeared in food stalls in Japan during the post-World War II period, Yakisoba was prepared with packaged or canned ingredients such as packeted noodles, spam, ketchup, any canned vegetable, and topped with pre-packaged yakisoba stir-fry sauce.
Veggies & Seitan( wheat gluten )
Ingredients for Yakisoba stir-fry sauce
Yakisoba can use either wheat noodles without eggs or traditional buckwheat noodles (soba noodles).
Ramen noodles are the most similar to yakisoba noodles and are a great substitute. If you can get your hands-on fresh ramen; otherwise instant/dried ramen noodles are great substitues.
Always check the ingredients to make sure there are no eggs