Delicious-- not traditional Japanese, but I found a similar recipe that mentioned that this was an adaptation of a Yakisoba-style noodle dish from the Philippines, so maybe it's not TOO far off. As for the flavor itself, though, I was very impressed. DEFINITELY cut the paste to 1/2 to 1 tbl spoon, and if you can find the chili paste that is a combo chili/garlic paste (same company with the green top, typically found at Asian food stores and sometimes even major grocery stores like Safeway) it's even more delicious. Besides the addition of the chili/garlic, the only other change I made was a few splashes of Mirin (Japanese cooking wine) throughout the stir-frying process. I like the way the Mirin balanced with the soy and spice, so you may want to try that if you have some on hand. Either way, though, a very delicious and well rounded recipe.
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Delicious-- not traditional Japanese, but I found a similar recipe that mentioned that this...