The Japanese call this 'Yakisoba' which translates as 'cooked soba’. Soba noodles can be enjoyed in many ways, depending on the area of Japan you visit.
Umami, translated from Japanese, means "pleasant savoury taste" and very pleasant it is too. For this recipe, Umami Paste is used to flavour Soba noodles while the crunchy vegetables add colour, vitamins and minerals. The rich savoury flavour Umami flavour complements the sweetness of the maple syrup and the nuttiness of the noodles. This is very quick and easy dish perfect for a nourishing lunch or light supper.
Great on the BBQ as summer gets going or on the griddle pan.
Although this may not be the most authentic way of eating soba noodles, it’s recently become my go-to lunch because it’s so quick and easy to make but also very nutritious. It’s also vegan and grain-free and makes a delicious and energising midday meal.
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