Top Rated Soba Noodle Recipes

Cold Sesame Noodles
Even though the weather is slowly getting warmer, cravings for a delicious bowl of pasta don't necessarily go away. Here's a solution: cold noodles! This dish is refreshing and crisp, while still having the comforting, hearty feel of pasta. The peanut-y sauce is creamy and rich, while the fresh veggies provide a cooling crunch. Enjoy! Click here to see more peanut recipes.
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Sesame Soba Noodle Salad
Surprisingly, the biggest caloric issue with sesame noodles is often not the sesame oil or the peanut butter… it's the actual noodles. So here's how I solve this quandary. Bell peppers basically become part of the noodles to provide fewer calories and bigger flavor. You'll cook the bell peppers right along with the noodles; so there's no extra cooking step required either. This cool meal-in-one is a definite winner (for lunch, dinner, or a picnic) for my eyes and palate. Click here to see 7 Great Chilled Noodle Recipes for Summer.
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Sesame Soba Noodle Soup with Cucumber Salad
I'm a soba noodle fanatic. In Japan, the noodles are often served as is with a dipping sauce of soy, dashi, and scallions. Why not, I wondered, use them in soup? Here's the result of my self-interrogation, a great soup, enhanced with sake, and served with a cool cucumber salad. This makes a great — and healthy — light lunch or first course. Click here to see Beam Ming Tsai into the Kitchen.
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Saimin
This soup, popular in Hawaii, owes its heritage to a variety of Asian cultures including China, Japan, and the Philippines. Similar to ramen, it is a noodle soup, but this soup is made distinctly Hawaiian by the inclusion of the much beloved Spam.
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Grilled prawns, pea shoots and noodle salad.
This grilled prawns, pea shoots and noodle salad has all of the components of  a meal already in. Tasty grilled marinated prawns with Asian seasonings sits on a bed of peat shoots and edamame. A drizzle of honey mustard vinaigrette brings the whole dish together. perfect for summer. All rights reserved ©Adora's Box Copyright 2011. See the original post here.
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This is an incredibly satisfying noodle dish that balances different textures and a bold mixture of flavors. Creamy miso dressing over soba noodles, tangy pickled vegetables, and a spice-crusted salmon fillet makes an exotic and exciting dish.
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Complex carbs like the soba noodles in this recipe are perfect to load up on when training for a marathon or a long-distance sprint.
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Asian Noodle Salad
Fresh vegetables, soba noodles, and a spicy peanut dressing are layered up in a mason jar, for the perfect healthy, wholesome lunch to take with you to work.This recipe is courtesy of Foxes Love Lemons.
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Soba Noodles in Mushroom Broth with Taro and Kabocha Squash
I couldn't wait to dive into this big bowl of nourishment. Japanese soba noodles swim in a savory mushroom broth dense with taro root, daikon, carrot, and kabocha squash. A Japanese market is where you will find: Naga negi, which looks like an oversize green onion (you can substitute a leek); bunashimeji mushrooms are petite, brown button-topped mushrooms sold in clusters (enoki mushrooms can be used in their place); look for precooked soba noodles, in either the frozen foods section or the refrigerator case; you'll find shichimi togarashi, a Japanese spice blend, in the spice aisle. See all soup recipes. Click here to see Root Vegetables Don't Have to Be Boring.
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Buckwheat soba noodles are dressed with miso dressing and tossed with fresh vegetables. Click here to see 10 Quick and Easy Vegetarian Recipes
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Zaru Soba
Soba is the Japanese name for buckwheat and it also means the noodles made from buckwheat flour. I've seen all kinds of creative soba noodle recipes in the U.S., but in Japan soba noodles are served either simply chilled with a dipping sauce or in hot broth as a noodle soup, similar to how we prepare Japanese udon noodle soup. Cold soba noodles are typically served in zaru, which means bamboo basket in Japanese. We serve noodles with some toppings (green onions and wasabi, sometimes grated daikon) and a dipping sauce called mentsuyu. Click here to see 7 Great Chilled Noodle Recipes for Summer.
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This is my aunt's recipe. It makes a ton! Good for potlucks. (Soba noodles are Japanese buckwheat noodles)
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