Does Yakisoba Noodels Contain Any Gluten?


Today, we’re going to be answering the question: are yakisoba noodles gluten-free? But first, let’s take a look what they are and what goes into making them.

What Are Yakisoba Noodles?

Yakisoba is a dish that comes from Japan. It may look like ramen, but it most certainly isn’t. It’s usually made in one pan and is super easy to make. It’s a Japanese classic stir-fry dish that is sweet, sour, and absolutely delicious.

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Yakisoba and soba noodles are not the same. Whilst you usually make soba noodles from buckwheat, which despite the name is not made from wheat, that is not the case for yakisoba.

What Are Yakisoba Noodles Made From?

As you can probably tell from the last section – they are not gluten-free. The main ingredient in yakisoba noodles themselves is wheat flour. Following a gluten-free diet, wheat is not safe for consumption.

Are Yakisoba Noodles Gluten-Free?

Gluten-Free Yakisoba Noodles

Whilst they may not be gluten-free, never fear, there are some great alternatives out there. Let’s round up some of the best on offer!

Gluten-Free Meister have a whole range of gluten-free products for you to enjoy. Kobayashi Seimen Gluten Free Yakisoba are available for delivery to the US and UK.

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Whilst they’re may not be many gluten-free yakisoba noodles on offer to us, there are plenty of alternatives that we can use, that are just as tasty – and just as accessible.

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