It is stir-fried SOMEN noodles with canned tuna/ Spam, vegetables seasoned with Bonito dashi, and soy sauce in Okinawa prefecture's local cuisine. Chanpuru is an Okinawan dialect that means "mixed up"/ "mixed together" and refers to stir-fried dishes. It's a simple, easy to cook, light, mild noodle dish for quick lunch and dinner.
Cook SOMEN noodles 1 minute less than the package instruction.
Drain the water, rinse off the starch well.
Drain the water, and drizzle toasted sesame oil and mix well. Set aside.
Preheat a non-stick frying pan, and add oil.
Cook leeks and carrots, then add mushrooms over medium-high heat.
Sprinkle Japanese sake/ Shochu (Awamori)/ White wine, cook ingredients for about 2 minutes.
Add canned tuna in oil. Add the oil in a can your desired amount. Stir all ingredients. Add Hondashi powder, soy sauce, and salt and pepper to taste. *the oil can add flavor.
Add cooked SOMEN noodles. IMMEDIATELY, stir all ingredients well while shaking and turning the frying pan rather than using a pair of tongs.*Avoid mixing them using the pair of tongs too much. The noodles will be sticky.
When all ingredients are well combined, serve the noodle. Garnish with bonito flakes/ "Beni-shoga" pickled ginger/ chopped green onion if desired.