Japanese style soba noodle with scallion sauce

Soba or Buckwheat noodle, begins its journey in the Japanese cuisine matching up with udon as a cure to beriberi. This stems from the buckwheat is rich in minerals and matched better than the commonly consumed polished rice.

My introduction to this started a few years back when we were staying in the Philippines, had a few amazing friends, who love to share their culture and went an extra mile to make me a vegetarian bowl. Being honest here the first time I tried this in broth form

I really didn’t like it. But then this quick soba noodle in salad form really elevated a lot of lovely flavours

for me. Its one of my happiest noodle time.

The scallions have a mild aroma and don’t have an “oniony” sting. This works perfectly with one of my offspring’s who really dislikes onions. A generous sprinkle of calcium from the sesame seeds works well on my ‘healthy- mommy’ side too. The rice vinegar ties in all the tastes… just comfort in a bowl.Check out this easy to do recipe and scroll down for the pictural guide

Enjoy your happy soba noodle time.

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Japanese style soba noodle with scallion sauce Yum
A must try Japanese delicacy!!
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
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Ingredients
For the noodles
For the sauce
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
For the noodles
For the sauce
Votes: 1
Rating: 5
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Instructions
  1. Set a mixing bowl for the sauce.Into a mixing bowl add the rice vinegar, light soy sauce, the grated ginger and the scallions.
  2. Drizzle in the oil and whisk all for the dressing. Set this dressing aside. You can keep it overnight  in the refrigerator too.It just marinates the flavors more.
  3. Set a pot to boil water.
  4. When the water comes to a boil, drop in the soba noodles and boil it for approximately 3 minutes.( check the package for instructions).
  5. Drain the noodles and rinse under running filtered water.
  6. Add the noodles to the prepared sauce and toss well.
  7. Add in a tsp of sesame seeds and toss again.
  8. Serve the bundles of noodles with an extra sprinkle of toasted sesame seeds.
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