how to make sauce for soba noodles | Family Cuisine

Can you make a good dish with soba noodles? Yes, it is a very versatile noodle and can be used in many different ways. Here are some of our favorite recipes:

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How to make sauce for soba noodles

Foodie Crush Garlic Soba Noodles with Grilled Shrimp

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And now on to two of my favorite ingredients. Garlic. Shrimp. Noodles. Oh wait. That’s three. Well, you’re going to have to work with me here, I’m an art person not an accountant.

This recipe sings spring: light and easy with bright notes and just the right amount of savory belly filling buckwheat noodles. If you have a hard time finding soba noodles, although it seems most grocers carry them these days, use whole wheat spaghetti noodles. BTW, did we ever decide who invented the noodle anyway? I think the Italians and the Japanese are still arm wrestling for that claim d’ fame.

Sometimes I toss the shrimp on the barbeque grill, sometimes I broil them in the oven at 400 degrees F for 10-12 minutes. But most of the time I pull out my stovetop grill pan (the bottom of my panini press) season with a bit of salt and a swath of grapeseed oil and off to the fire they go.

But my love for this dish truly lies in the simple sauce. Ponzu is the body, the less salty cousin to soy sauce and infused with citrus, usually orange or lemon, and with a hint of sweetness thanks to a sprinkling of sugar and this topping gently envelops each toothy noodley strand.

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