Spiciest Instant Yakisoba Noodles from Peyang

Yakisoba is a noodle dish that represents Japan, where a variety of instant noodles, including ramen and Yakisoba, are available at supermarkets and convenience stores.

In terms of spicy noodles, while cup ramen comes in quite a few varieties, there are only a few in instant Yakisoba. 

Peyang’s Spiciest Instant Yakisoba Noodle

Peyang Geki-Kara Super Spicy Instant Yakisoba

Among them, this Peyang “Geki-Kara (激辛: Extremely Spicy)” Yakisoba is especially popular and can be seen in some stores. 

This instant noodle is actually a super spicy version of Peyang Sauce Yakisoba from Maruka Foods, one of the top-selling instant Yakisoba in Japan.

Do you like spicy noodles? For those who say yes to this question, here, I will introduce the spiciest instant Yakisoba noodle in the Peyang series.


As today I actually made this instant noodle following the directions printed on the lid, first, I share the cooking process with photos.

First, remove the outer red plastic packaging, and you will see the cooking instructions of this instant Yakisoba on the lid.

Next, peel back the paper lid about halfway and take all the packets out of the container. (The white one contains dehydrated garnishes, and the black is super spicy Yakisoba sauce.)

Then, add the contents (cabbage and seasoned chicken bits) of the white packet to the container.

Following that, cook the noodles as the video above shows. If you want to know how to cook instant Yakisoba in detail, this article will help.


Peyang Super Spicy Instant Yakisoba Noodles

Although the product description says this Yakisoba is “Extremely Hot (激辛)” and “Spicy Level MAX (辛さレベルMAX)”, it is not that overly spicy, probably using red chili peppers.

Peyang Geki-Kara Spicy Instant Yakisoba Ingredients

Since the base of this instant noodle is the same as regular Peyang Sauce Yakisoba, the taste is pretty good.


Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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