Blackstone Hibachi Noodles are a easy noodle dish that is made with simple ingredients. Cook on the griddle or in a skillet for a delicious meal.
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Blackstone Hibachi Noodles Recipe:
If you love the taste of Japanese Restaurants and hibachi grilling, then you are going to love cooking Hibachi noodles on your Blackstone. These lo mein noodles are seasoned with soy sauce, butter and garlic, brown sugar to give them so much flavor.
We love using our griddle to make many different Asian inspired dishes. The noodles cook up quickly on the flat top. Once we have prepared our meats, we toss these noodles in the seasoning to give them even more flavor.
Add a side of shrimp, chicken, or steak to your griddle. Then toss these noodles and vegetables to make a complete hibachi meal. These Hibachi Noodles are a crowd favorite. You might also like Blackstone Tiktok Ramen Recipe.
What are Hibachi Noodles?
Homemade Hibachi Noodles are one of our favorite sides to make on the griddle. These noodles are stir fried to a soft noodle on your Blackstone. Tossed in a garlic and soy sauce mix that gives them so much flavor.
These noodles are Japanese Steakhouse inspired side that is cooked to perfection on the Blackstone. We recommend cooking them after making your meats so it adds to the flavor from the meat.
What kind of Noodle is Used for Hibachi?
There are many noodles to choose from when making Hibachi noodles. These are some of our favorites. You will not a noodle labeled Hibachi Noodles. It is how the noodle cooked and the seasoning that makes it Hibachi.
- Yakisoba Noodle – This is a Chinese Noodle
- Lo Mein Noodle – Lo Mein Noodle is what we usually use. Simple and can be found at your local grocery store.
- Angel Hair Pasta – This is a simple thin noodle that works well with this recipe.
- Udon Noodles – This is a thick, white noodle served in a broth with fish.
- Ramen Noodles – Ramen Noodles is a good substitute as well.
- Gluten-free Noodles – Any Gluten free noodles will work great.
- Lo Mein Noodles
- Minced Garlic
- Brown Sugar
- Soy Sauce
- Sesame Oil
- Sesame Seeds (for topping)
How to Make Hibachi Noodles on Blackstone Noodles:
- Prepare Blackstone Grill – Preheat the Blackstone Grill over medium high heat (400 degrees F).
- Cook Noodles – Cook the noodles based on the package instructions to al dente.
- Mix together seasoning – In a small mixing bowl, whisk together the brown sugar, soy sauce, salt, pepper and sesame oil until well combined.
- Melt Butter on Grill – Melt the butter on the grill. Then add in the garlic and sauté for 30-60 seconds until the garlic is fragrant.
- Toss noodles in seasoning – Then toss in the cooked noodles. Pour the sauce on top of the noodles and toss to thoroughly coat the noodles with the sauce mixture. Sauté for a few minutes.
- Serve and Enjoy – Remove from the grill, top with the sesame seeds and drizzle with sesame oil and enjoy!
How to Cook Hibachi Noodles in a Skillet
You do not have to have a Blackstone to make this recipe. You can use an indoor griddle or a large skillet. Follow the directions, as stated but use a large skillet instead.
What is the Difference between Hibachi Noodles and Lo Mein?
There is not much difference between the two noodles. Hibachi noodles is from Japan where Lo Mein noodles is from China.
What gives Hibachi its flavor?
Hibachi is based on the seasoning that is used. When preparing to put the cook noodles on the grill, you want to make sure that it full of garlic flavor. Other important Hibachi seasoning is the ginger and sesame seeds.
- Noodles – You can use also use rice noodles or linguine instead of the lo mein noodles if you prefer.
- Add a Protein – Add chicken, beef, tofu, or shrimp and cook before adding in the noodles for a one dish dinner.
- Change the Sauce – You can use a tablespoon teriyaki sauce instead of our hibachi sauce.
- Yum Yum Sauce – We love to serve some yum yum sauce like they serve at the Hibachi restaurants. It is a great sauce for dipping your meats in.
- Green Onions – Garnish the noodles with green onions.
- Add Vegetables – Vegetables like carrots, broccoli, zucchini, or mushrooms are great additions to add in with hibachi noodles.
What to Serve with Hibachi Noodles?
- Hibachi Salmon – Hibachi seasoning and cooking on the Blackstone, the salmon is a perfect side with the Hibachi Noodles.
- Hibachi Chicken – The chicken comes out restaurant quality without leaving the house. All you need is a hot griddle and easy ingredients to make this easy Hibachi Chicken.
- Hibachi Shrimp – Cooking Hibachi Shrimp on the Blackstone gives the shrimp so much flavor.
- Hibachi Steak – These Blackstone Hibachi Steak recipe are bite size steak pieces that marinated with oils, sauce, and easy pantry seasoning.
- Hibachi Vegetables – Honestly any hibachi recipe will be great with these, especially vegetables.
How to Store Leftovers:
Refrigerate the leftovers in an airtight container for up to 5 days. When you are ready to serve again, reheat on the stovetop. Place the cooked noodles in a wok or a skillet and heat for about 2 minutes.
These Hibachi Noodles are best served within 2 days of making them.
Print Recipe for Blackstone Hibachi Noodles:
Blackstone Hibachi Noodles
- Preheat the Blackstone Grill over medium high heat (400 degrees F).
- Cook the noodles based on the package instructions to al dente.
- In a small mixing bowl, whisk together the brown sugar, soy sauce, salt, pepper and sesame oil until well combined.
- Melt the butter on the grill. Then add in the garlic and sauté for 30-60 seconds until the garlic is fragrant.
- Then toss in the cooked noodles. Pour the sauce on top of the noodles and toss to thoroughly coat the noodles with the sauce mixture. Sauté for a few minutes.
- Remove from the grill, top with the sesame seeds and enjoy!
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