Soba – Jap. Buckwheat Noodles

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Total time: 45 min

Servings: 4.0 (servings)



A great noodle dish for any occasion:

Dashi is a type of Japanese ready-made broth that comes powdered in small sachets. It can also be made from fish flakes by boiling them with water.

Soba are Japanese buckwheat noodles that look like square spaghetti. You can get them in most Asian stores. The advantage of the noodles is the short cooking time, they only need to be in the boiling water for about 4-6 min.

From the other ingredients you make a sauce, which is distributed to the eaters in small dessert bowls.

Everyone now takes as many noodles as they want in their bowl and then slurps them up.

Soba can be eaten warm as well as cooled.

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