Soba noodles are made from buckwheat flour and eaten in noodle soups or chilled with a sauce. It has a nutty flavor and often times also made with wheat flour, so they are not gluten-free. The thickness of soba noodles are similar to spaghetti and great served both in cold and hot recipes.
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Buckwheat flour, the main component in soba noodles, is a good source of protein, fiber, iron and carbohydrates and thiamine.
It is Japanese tradition to eat soba noodles on New Year’s to signify longevity and prosperity and Tensuke Market has a variety of delicious soba noodles for you to try at home.
Below are a couple of easy soba dish ideas you can make at home.
Chilled soba noodle dishes:
Zaru soba: chilled soba served with shredded nori seaweed
Soba salad: tossed with sesame dressing and raw vegetables
Hot soba noodle dishes
Tempura soba: shrimp tempura with hot broth
Seaweed soba: shredded seaweed with hot broth
Hot boiling, unsalted water
Stir in water to prevent sticking
Cook fully according to package instructions about 5-8 minutes
Prepare a big bowl of cold water, no ice
Once done, put the soba in cold water and stir (or use your hands)
Drain and cook according to preference
How have you made soba noodles at home?