Soba Noodles, Simple – The Delicious Daily 12.01.2009

soba noodles, simple

I had forgotten how much I like soba in a simple broth with a splash of soy sauce and a sprinkle of nori komi furikake.


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  • Sonja @ ActiveFoodie

    What a beautiful picture!!! Where do I get myself some of that amazing nori komi furikake?

  • Sarah J. Gim

    Sonja: thanks! took that at my sister’s house…

    There are lots of brands and “flavors” at Japanese grocery stores (Nijiya on Sawtelle, Mitsuwa at Centinela/Venice). Amazingly, I also found it on Amazon: nori komi furikake. I’m willing to bet that a regular grocery store will have it in their ethnic aisle (though probably more expensive).

  • Jessica

    mmmmmmmm… i loooooved the shabu shabu!!!

  • yuttiness

    i like soba but it’s a very austere noodle. it lacks the starchy obesity that i like in noodles. but it’s aigght. you know girl i eats it.

  • Kevin H

    I love it cold, dipped in sauce with lots of fresh grated daikon radish.

  • Sarah J. Gim

    Jessbeanie: The shabu was good, and thank goodness since that is what I had to end up eating. I would have had more of the DELICIOUS soba if not for a tiny, ferocious soba monster…

    yuttiness: All you have to do is toss that soba with a little alfredo sauce and bacon

    Kevin H: mori soba style! when I was little, I always hated having to eat soba that way. First of all, I was beyond embarrassed that we didn’t have “normal” spaghetti like the other kids (we were in the midwest), and secondly, that we were eating it cold. I don’t know how I ever managed to mentally survive eating Korean naeng myun

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