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JAPANESE SPICY & CREAMY SOY COLD NOODLE

最終更新: 7月18日







Are you looking for Japanese cold noodle recipe for quick dinner?



When the summer is here, 80% of my family lunch is a cold noodle dish.

It's not only because my families are noodle lovers, but also it's just so easy to make!


Today's Japanese cold noodle recipe is based on my soba noodle dipping sauce recipe.

By combining with soba noodle dipping sauce, you can whip up in 10 mins.



In this Japanese cold noodle recipe, I’m basically introducing sauce.

For topping, I just used whatever I had in my fridge. So, it works the same for you! please be creative!



ps; Sorry! not much picture taken for this time! I was too busy taking care of kids.... If you have any question, feel free to DM me anytime on Instagram!


I cooked this on Insta LIVE!!

Here is the link for the LIVE session on Instagram!




<JAPANESE SPICY & CREAMY SOY COLD NOODLE>




<Yield> 2 servings


<Prep time> 5mins


<Cook time> 2mins


<Ingredients>


somen noodle / 100% buckwheat soba noodle


Toppings

2 okura

½ avocado

4 cherry tomato

¼ of cucumber

½ cup of corn kernel

kimuchi ( as much as you want)

canned tuna


Sauce

⅔ cup of soba noodle dipping sauce

½ cup of soy milk

1 tsp of Toasted sesame oil

1.5 tbsp of tahini(optional)

1tsp of tobanjyan paste without MSG ( optional)


<Optional topping>

Toasted sesame seed

Any nuts



<Directions>


1: Boil okura and cut into bite size pieces. Chop avocado, tomato, cucumber, into bite size pieces.



2; Combine sauce listed above. Keep it in a fridge.




3; Bring the water to a boil and cook noodle according to a package instruction. Drain the water well. On the serving plate, make a bed of noodle, then pile chopped vegetables , kimuchi, corn, and canned tuna. Drizzle half portion of mixed sauce( for 1 serving). Sprinkle some toasted sesame seed on top. Ready to be enjoyed!


I'm actually boil okura at the same as noodle. Saving my time! haha







<Miwa’s tips>

・Toppings are really versatile. Kimuchi is my favorite.

 If you make soba noodle dipping sauce, you will have seasoned bonito flakes. This is a great option for a topping.


・If you think it’s not savory enough, add more soba noodle dipping sauce.


・You can swap toubanjyan paste for miso paste.OR you can even leave that out and add extra soba noodle dipping sauce.


・You can swap tahini for nuts butter.


・Regarding vegetables, instead of chopping into bite size pieces, you can shred vegetables into match thin sticks. You can enjoy different texture!




<Recommended side dish>

Tender teriyaki chicken wings

Ramen soft boiled egg <Soy sauce based>



<Storage time>

Sauce and noodle should be stored separately in an air-tight container in the fridge for 3days



<Did you try this recipe??>


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