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Pulled Pork Teriyaki Noodle Bowl

Pulled Pork Teriyaki Noodle Bowl

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Pulled Pork Teriyaki Noodle Bowl

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Pulled Pork Teriyaki Noodle Bowl

Pulled Pork Teriyaki Noodle Bowl

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Course: Asian
Cuisine: American, asian
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 11 minutes
Servings: 5



  • Heat a large pot of water to a boil. When the water is boiling add the rice (or regular) noodles. In a bowl, add the vegetables. Pour enough water over the vegetables so they can re-hydrate. Place the pork in a bowl and add enough water to cover the pork. Let them soak for about 5 minutes. In a sauce pan, heat the sesame oil until hot. Drain the water from the vegetables and add to the hot pan, being careful when it spits. Saute. Drain the water from the pork and add to the pan again. Let it simmer for a few minutes while you drain the water from the noodles. Drain the noodles from the boiling water and add to the sauce pan. Add the Yoshida’s sauce and the Sriracha sauce. Toss until coated. Add more sauce if needed. Garnish with sesame seeds.





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