The way to make the stir-fried noodles is pretty normal. I will mainly introduce the way to make pasta here.
Boil the pasta. Boil it a little longer than indicated on the packet. The texture becomes more like soba (Chinese noodles) if the pasta is not al dente.
Cut the vegetables and meat while boiling the pasta. Use whatever vegetables and meat you like.
Stir-fry the meat and vegetables with salt and pepper.
Be careful not to stir-fry too much at this point! Once the vegetables wilt, remove from the pan and set on a plate or something to the side. (If it becomes like this picture, then it's OK.)
Drain the water well from the pasta.
Pour vegetable oil in a frying pan and heat it well. Then add the pasta.
This will help to get rid of the excess moisture and it makes the pasta absorb more sauce.
Loosen the pasta and stir-fry well and add salt and pepper, then the sauce and mix well.
Add step 5 to step 9 and mix well.
Add more sauce if you need to adjust the seasoning and then it's done!!
Story Behind this Recipe
I bought pickled ginger so I thought of making stir-fried noodles... I was looking for a way to make stir-fried noodles, which is expensive overseas, cheaply and thought of this recipe.
The trick is to stir-fry the vegetables and pasta separately!! This prevents it from becoming watery. I think the thickness of the spaghettini is the closest to soba. If this is hard to get, you can also use spaghetti.