Soba noodles with greens and roasted almonds

NoodlesLighten up your Summer cooking with oodles of noodles and greens…


100g roasted almonds
Sesame oil
150g or one packet of soba (buckwheat and wheat) noodles
200g firm tofu (or meat if you prefer)
2 tbsp.  flour
300g mushrooms (any type)
2 tbsp. soy sauce (or tamari – ie without wheat)
bok choy or any green leaves (cos lettuce)
spring onions

1. Dry roast the almonds in a frying pan (ie – without oil), taking care that they don’t burn, then set aside to cool
2. Boil some water and cook the noodles, and when ready pour on them cold water to stop them cooking
3. Slice the tofu and lay on kitchen paper to absorbe excess water
4. Coat with flour and fry in sesame oil (option, esp. if you’re using meat instead!)
5. Add sliced mushrooms and when cooked add soy sauce. Add greens.

To serve, mix the noodles and vegetables. Add extra almonds and fresh sliced green spring onions to each serving if you like.

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Written by Ron Nussey in: Recipe |

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  • Hey, I've never really tried soba noodles.. is there any distinct taste? When I do find one in the store, I might actually give this a try 😀 Thanks for sharing. I'm thinking of sharing this to my friends as well in Foodista , I hope you don't mind. Just add the foodista widget for soba noodles at the end of this post, and that should do it. 🙂 Keep on posting, Cheers from Australia, Amy @ Foodista

    Comment | July 27, 2010

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