Soba noodles are thin Japanese noodles made of buckwheat flour and wheat flour. They are roughly as thick as Italian spaghetti, and prepared in various hot and cold dishes. The most basic soba dish is zaru soba in which boiled, cold soba noodles are eaten with a soy based dipping sauce (tsuyu), wasabi and nori seaweed or spring onion.Boil for 4 minutes for soups and salads and 3 minutes for stir-frying.
How to Enjoy
Soba noodles can be enjoyed cold with a dipping sauce during summer or hot in a tsuyu soup with meat, vegetable, nori on top!
-To serve cold, wash boiled noodles with cold water to cool them down.
-Thin out tsuyu to make a dipping sauce. Do not forget wasabi, nori, chopped fresh onion for better taste.
-A soup for hot udon is also very easy to make by using tsuyu.
Organic Wheat Flour 69%, Organic Buckwheat Flour 29%, Salt 2%, Water