This is yakisoba(焼きそば), a common food enjoyed at homes, camps, or street stalls. It is easy and quick to prepare as you just have to stir-fry the pork, cabbage, carrot, or any vegetables with yakisoba noodle, and season with yakisoba sauce.
Yakisoba is one of the "delicious cheap eats" what you call "B class gourmet(B級グルメ, B-kyuu-gurume)" in Japan. Besides the orthodox type of yakisoba I've mentioned above, there are many local varieties of yakisoba such as Fujinomiya-yakisoba(富士宮やきそば) in Shizuoka prefecture where they use distinctive thick noodle and fried crumbs of internal organs of meat, or soba-meshi(そばめし) in Hyogo prefecture where they mix yakisoba with rice.
There are several types of yakisoba sold at supermarkets, so try and find the one you like! In the package, a sauce as well as noodles is attached.
Cooking time: 15mins
100g sliced pork(豚ばら肉 or 豚小間切れ)
150g cabbage(キャベツ), cut into mouth size
50g carrot(にんじん), slice
yakisoba noodle for 2
Heat and oil a frying pan. Saute sliced pork. When the meat turned white, add cabbage and carrot to stir for a few minutes. Add noodles while loosening them with your hands. Stir-fry for a few minutes. Put the attached seasoning and stir-fty for one minute.
The ingredients and their amount are just for the general idea. You can use what is left in your fridge! Pickled red ginger(紅しょうが, benishouga) and powdered green laver(青のり, aonori) are often used as a garnish.