Yakisoba Pan (Roll) is a tasty Japanese alternative to the regular sandwich and is a great way to use any leftover Yakisoba! As you can see in the pictures, Yakisoba Pan is basically just Yakisoba stuffed inside a hotdog roll so it’s a bit of a carb-overload, but it’s totally worth it so treat yo’self (if you don’t know where that reference is from then go and watch Parks and Rec immediately because you are missing out on life and art if you don’t know that show). These Yakisoba rolls are so easy to make and can be made ahead of time then wrapped and frozen, ready to be heated up and eaten for lunch the next day! They taste so good and just like the ones you can get from shops in Japan!
Yakisoba Pan is sold everywhere in Japan in convenience stores and regular grocery stores as well. I’ve eaten quite a few of these, especially when I was younger during my high school years. My daughter has apparently never eaten one before though, which shocked me because she loves bread and noodles so how has she not had one. These Yakisoba rolls that I made were her first ever taste of Yakisoba Pan and she loved it and said she’s going to eat more when she goes to Japan in a few days. My daughter’s not a child anymore but she still kind of is so these are perfect for kids because they’re fun and easy to make, and super delicious and their metabolisms will be able to handle it, unlike mine.
These Yakisoba Pan are so easy to make, all you have to do is follow my recipe for Yakisoba then stuff it into a hotdog roll and it’s done! Enjoy!