Buckwheat Soba Noodles - 12 oz
Item #: ASN201
Our Price: $5.50
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"Soba" means "buckwheat" in Japanese. These delicious (and healthy) noodles have been enjoyed, both hot and cold, for thousands of years. These chewy Japanese noodles are popular at soup counters in Tokyo. They're made with a blend of wheat and buckwheat flours, the more buckwheat the better.


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Sesame Soba Noodle Salad
Who wants to cook when it's hot out? When the weather begins to warm up, you can beat the heat with this easy, cool & refreshing soba noodle salad! It's versatile too; once you've cooked the noodles (less than 10 minutes) and made the dressing (even faster), you can add just about any ingredients, including leftovers, to make a complete & delicious meal that the whole family will love - even the kids.

We used leftover grilled chicken to top it off, but you can dress this easygoing salad up with whatever you have in the fridge. Go vegetarian with toppings like marinated tofu, cooked or raw broccoli or sauteed mushrooms. Just use your imagination - you can't go wrong!

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Soba Noodles with Black Lentils, Smoked Bacon and Greens
In this East-meets-West recipe, lentils are teamed up with soba, the buckwheat noodles that are a staple in Japan. We love the way sweet, freshly harvested carrots and smoked bacon add their own magic to this dish. A blend of barely-wilted garden greens, including kale, arugula and chard add a refreshing note. We’ve enjoyed this dish both hot and cold, so make plenty so you’ll have leftovers. Omit the bacon and you’ve got a vegetarian dish that even meat-lovers will appreciate. With soul-satisfying hearty flavor and pleasingly firm, but tender textures, this dish is truly an earthy delight.
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Soba Noodles with Roasted Matsutake Mushrooms
This recipe doesn’t stray too far from traditional, Japanese-style soba dishes. It features the fabulous matsutake mushroom, which quite literally means “pine mushroom” in Japanese (matsu = pine + take = mushroom). Matsutake mushrooms grow in association with certain species of pine trees, a fact that is clearly evident in their appealingly spicy, piney aroma and flavor. Matustake also have a very firm texture, which makes them excellent candidates for roasting. A short marinade in soy sauce and mirin, followed by a quick roasting in a very hot oven concentrates and intensifies their wonderful flavor.
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Salmon with Sea Beans & Soba Noodles in Lobster Broth
The taste of Sea Beans is quite mild, somewhat resembling that of asparagus or green beans, but their most distinctive trait is their crisp, almost crunchy texture and refreshing briny flavor. The first impression one gets when biting into sea beans is an intense burst of saltiness that fades quickly into a pleasantly tangy finish. After a brief blanching in boiling water, sea beans can be sauteed or used in a stir fry, just like green beans or asparagus.
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