Yakisoba noodles aren't a unique sight at your local grocery store. They're commonly found in the international aisle, although you might also find them in the pasta section near the zucchini noodles.
They're a sexy looking package with a bright yellow noodle that's a little chewy and reminiscent of ramen. They're made from heat-treated wheat flour and are best stir-fried with your favorite meats, vegetables, and sauces — just like the real thing!
The biggest challenge you'll have is finding a good one. If you're lucky, you'll be able to snag a jar of the good stuff from your local Asian supermarket for a bargain price.
In a pinch, you can also pick up a bag of frozen yakisoba at Costco for around a dollar. They're a convenient option for busy families, but be aware that they're also not as healthy as you might expect.
Other stores to consider include Kroger and Meijer, both of which sell their own brand yakisoba. Using their store locator tool, you can check out the latest offers on this tasty noodle from Asia.
Finally, Nissin has a funky looking noodle in the shape of a triangular pie plate and it's worth a look if you have a kid in the house or if you want a cheap, tasty alternative to your local fast food joint. It's a good way to test out the water without the fuss of ordering in.
The best part is, you can actually cook these noodles on the stove! They're also a decent size, which makes them ideal for sharing with friends and family.