The Best Homemade Hibachi Noodles
These hibachi noodles are the best homemade version of a restaurant favorite. They’re gluten-free, paleo, and even vegan!
What are Hibachi Noodles?
There’s something so fun and special about going out to dinner at a Hibachi grill! I used to work a Japanese steakhouse as a server in college and really only applied for the job because I loved the food so much. Needless to say, I was in heaven, and I took full advantage and ate hibachi noodles pretty much every day. Hibachi noodles are delicious noodles coated in a sweet, savory and tangy sauce, typically served in Japanese restaurants.
Once I went gluten-free and soy-free, I never thought I’d be able to have these hibachi noodles again. I finally decided to try it at home, and I promise it tastes like the real deal and is fairly low effort! These hibachi noodles are made with gluten-free noodles and a delicious soy-free sauce, and is paleo and easily made AIP and vegan!
The Ingredients to Make Hibachi Noodles at Home
- Coconut Aminos
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Garlic Paste: You can sub 3 cloves of garlic, minced.
- Coconut Sugar
- Salt & Black Pepper: Omit pepper for AIP.
- Ghee or butter. You can sub coconut oil for AIP & vegan.
- Noodles. You can use any spaghetti of your choice to make hibachi style noodles at home! Use Jovial Brown-rice for GF, or Jovial cassava pasta for AIP/paleo.
- Sesame Seeds & Green Onion: To garnish! Omit sesame seeds for AIP.
How To Make the Best Homemade Hibachi Noodles, Just like Benihana!
- Make Sauce: Using a medium bowl, whisk the coconut aminos, garlic paste, apple cider vinegar, coconut sugar, and salt and pepper together. Set aside.
- Combine & Serve: Heat the ghee in a large deep pan over medium heat until melted. Add the cooked spaghetti and top with the sauce mixture. Stir to coat until the pasta is thoroughly coated. Serve topped with sesame seeds and green onion.
What sauce do you use for hibachi noodles?
Traditionally, it’s a soy-based sauce with garlic paste, vinegar, and sugar. We’ll be mimicking the traditional recipe but making it gluten-free.
What noodles are used for hibachi noodles?
Typically, yakisoba noodles are used, but for homemade versions, you can use spaghetti or even ramen noodles.
How do you make hibachi noodles with chicken?
Chicken is a great addition to these homemade hibachi noodles! Simply add the cooked cubed chicken to the mix with a bit of extra sauce.
Can you make these noodles ahead of time? How do you reheat them?
These noodles are best fresh, but you can easily make them ahead of time and reheat them. Simply store in the fridge in glass Tupperware, and reheat in a pan until softened and warm.
What do you serve with hibachi noodles?
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These hibachi noodles are a gluten-free dupe for a restaurant favorite. They’re paleo-friendly, vegan and can easily be made AIP-compliant.
- 1/4 cup coconut aminos
- 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 tbsp garlic paste (sub 3 cloves garlic, minced)
- 1 tbsp coconut sugar
- 1/3 tsp salt
- 1/4 tsp black pepper (omit for AIP)
- 3 tbsp ghee (sub coconut oil for AIP/vegan)
- 12 oz gluten-free spaghetti, cooked through (use Jovial Brown-rice for GF, or Jovial cassava pasta for AIP/paleo)
- 2 tsp sesame seeds (omit for AIP)
- 1 tbsp green onion, chopped
- Using a medium bowl, whisk the coconut aminos, garlic paste, apple cider vinegar, coconut sugar, and salt and pepper together. Set aside.
- Heat the ghee in a large deep pan over medium heat until melted. Add the cooked spaghetti and top with the sauce mixture. Stir to coat until the pasta is thoroughly coated.
- Serve topped with sesame seeds and green onion.
All nutritional information are estimations and will vary. Estimations do not include optional ingredients.
- Serving Size: 1 serving
- Calories: 229
- Fat: 10.1g
- Carbohydrates: 36.2g
- Fiber: 1.5g
- Protein: 1.5g