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Costco Yakisoba Noodles – Quick & Easy – Ready in 3 Minutes!

Yakisoba Noodle Stir Fry at Costco

Costco yakisoba noodles are a staple in the frozen food aisle at Costco. These Ajinomoto veggie stir fried noodles make a super easy lunch or substantial snack, and being frozen they are convenient and easy to whip out when needed and last for a long time in the freezer! It’s no wonder that Costco’s frozen vegetable yakisoba noodles from Ajinomoto are a Costco Fan Favorite item.

Ajinomoto Vegetable Yakisoba are Japanese style stir-fried noodles with vegetables in a savory sauce. They are vegetarian (though you can toss some chicken from a rotisserie chicken in if that’s your thing!) and go from frozen to ready to eat in just 3 minutes in the microwave! They even cook right in the bag! Quick, easy, and pretty delicious if I do say so!

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Costco Yakisoba Noodles - Quick and Easy Vegetarian Frozen Meal.
Vegetarian Yakisoba Noodles at Costco

About the Ajinomoto Costco Yakisoba Noodles:

  • 11 Grams of Protein Per Pouch
  • 7 Grams of Fiber Per Pouch
  • 10% DV of Iron Per Pouch
  • Plant Based
  • Vegetarian
  • Dairy Free
  • 410 Calories Per Serving Pouch
  • 6 Pouches in Box
  • Each Pouch Contains 9 ounces

Tips on Preparing Costco Yakisoba Noodles

Add extra vegetables! In particular, cooked (one or combination of) broccoli, cabbage, sugar snap peas, mushrooms, carrots and onion all work very well with the sauce.

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Add protein! Pull some chicken off a rotisserie chicken or toss in some leftover grilled steak or cooked shrimp and boost the protein on the veggie yakisoba without a lot of fuss.

By boosting the vegetables and protein, light eaters can make two healthier meals out of a single pouch of the frozen yakisoba noodles at Costco.

What’s New at Costco?

What are Yakisoba Noodles Anyway?

Yakisoba means “fried noodle” and traditionally is a Japanese noodle stir-fry. Yakisoba noodles are made from wheat flour, and are traditionally prepared in a flavorful Worcestershire based sauce. The Costco yakisoba noodles are actually in soy based sauce…it’s somewhat similar (as we understand, but we’re not experts, PLEASE share your opinion on this below in the comments we’d love to hear from you!)

Costco Yakisoba Noodles with Added Veggies and Chicken
Costco Yakisoba Noodles with Added Veggies and Chicken

Costco Yakisoba Noodles Ingredients

Cooked Yakisoba Noodles (Water, Wheat Flour, Corn Starch, Salt), Cabbage, Soy Sauce (Water, Soybeans, Salt, Wheat, Alcohol), Soybean Oil, Carrots, Broccoli, Chinese Pea Pods, Sugar, Water Chestnuts, Contains 2% or Less of: Edamame Soybeans, Shiitake Mushrooms, Asparagus, Red Bell Peppers, Water, Corn Starch, Salt, Sesame Oil, Garlic Puree, Black Pepper.

Costco Item Number and Price

Ajinomoto Vegetable Yakisoba Noodles are Costco Item Number 464292 and retail for $14.99.

Ajinomoto Vegetable Yakisoba Noodles are also available to order online via Costco’s Cold and Frozen Grocery Delivery Program for $16.99 (minimum order sizes apply).

Contains 6 x 9 oz. packs

Historical Pricing Notes:

March 2021: Ajinomoto Vegetable Yakisoba Noodles are Costco Item Number 464292 and retail for $11.99.


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How to Cook Costco Yakisoba Noodles from Ajinomoto – Microwave Directions

Yakisoba Noodle Stir Fry at Costco
Yield: 1 Serving

How to Cook Costco Yakisoba Noodles - Ready in 3 Minutes!

Prep Time: 1 minute
Active Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 4 minutes

Quick & Easy - Ajinomoto Yakisoba Noodles at Costco go from frozen to ready in just 3 minutes in the microwave! These Japanese style stir-fried noodles with vegetables in a savory sauce are vegetarian (though you can toss some chicken from a rotisserie chicken in if that’s your thing!). All you need is a microwave!

Materials

  • 1 Frozen Pouch of Costco Yakisoba Noodles

Tools

  • Microwave

Instructions

  1. Tear corner of package
  2. Microwave on high for 3 minutes
  3. Carefully empty bag into bowl (be careful, the contents are hot as is the steam!)

Notes

Be careful when emptying cooked product into a bowl - contents are HOT!

Ajinomoto Vegetable Yakisoba Noodles Nutritional Panel & Ingredients

Vegetarian Yakisoba Noodle Stir Fry at Costco - Ready in 3 minutes! Nutrient
Nutritional Panel and Ingredient List on Costco’s Yakisoba Noodle Stir Fry

Sodium in Animoto Yakisoba Japanese Style Noodles

Like many (most? all?) fully prepared and frozen comfort foods, there’s a lot of sodium in these Costco yakisoba noodles. I happen to have very low blood pressure, like really really low (think when they use the blood pressure machine on me it sounds an alarm)…this is not an everyday meal for anyone even me….but I want to note this because if you have high blood pressure, this may not be the best choice for you. See nutritional panel above.

Where to Find Them In-Store

Find them in the freezer section at a Costco near you! These are generally available year-round and Nationwide.


Have you had Costco Yakisoba Noodles? Make sure you drop a star rating below, and review them if you have time! We want to hear what you think about this as a quick and easy microwave meal!


Frequently asked questions:

How long does it take to cook Costco Yakisoba Noodles?

Costco Yakisoba Noodles

Costco Yakisoba noodles go from frozen to ready in just 3 minutes in the microwave.

How much do Yakisoba Noodles cost at Costco?

Ajinomoto Vegetable Yakisoba Noodles are Costco Item Number 464292 and retail for $14.99 for 6 9oz servings (April 2023).

Are the Yakisoba Noodles at Costco vegetarian?

Frozen Ajinomoto Vegetable Yakisoba Noodles at Costco

Costco Yakisoba Noodles are vegetarian. They do not contain meat or dairy products. Check packaging for possible cross-contamination labels.

While you’re at Costco…

You can find great fresh veggies to add to these Costco yakisoba noodles such as broccoli, mushrooms, onions, bell peppers, spinach, and more!

You can find great frozen veggies to add to the Yakisoba vegetable stir fry too! Keep your eye out for frozen broccoli, mixed veggies, frozen organic corn, frozen edamame, frozen carrots, and more!

If you love Asian food, you can also find many more options that are both frozen and dry on the shelf. Multiple types of Vietnamese Pho, Ramen Bowls, Magic Noodles, and more. Keep your eyes out for the Sapporo Ichiban Momosan Chicken Ramen, Ajinomoto Shoyu Ramen Bowls with Chicken, A-Sha Hakka Thick Cut Ramen, Authentic Asia Shrimp Wonton Ramen, Bibigo Steamed Chicken & Veggie Dumpling, Snapdragon Vietnamese Pho, and Nongshim Shin Big Bowl Black Bean Noodle Soup.

Have you tried Costco’s Yakisoba Noodles?

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9 Comments

  1. Our family loves Vegetable Yakisoba Noodles stir-fry. The only place I was able to buy them for the last couple of years was Costco, but now Costco has not had them for more than a month. I miss being able to buy these very much! We are vegan so don’t eat your other product with chicken. Please bring back Vegetable Yakisoba Noodles to Costco!
    Thank-you!

  2. I LOVE these noodles and veggies. I was buying them at Costco in Kelowna but now I cannot find them there and I miss them very much. Please get them back there or let me know where else I can buy them. They are so easy to make ready to eat and absolutely delicious!!

  3. Thanks Yakisoba stir fried noodles. Have gotten them at Costco. but they donot have them anymore. Who else sells them?

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