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.
This Pad Thai recipe is absolutely delicious. I have kept it as close to the original as I could get whilst making sure it is full of only the best unrefined, healthy and nourishing ingredients.
Delicious and creamy, quick to prepare with Clearspring lentils and brown rice noodles.
Silken tofu is an excellent base for vegan creamy dips, dressings and sauces. The addition of lots of herbs, lemon and chilli turns this into a fresh and light noodle or pasta sauce. Equally good hot or cold this is perfect for an al fresco supper on a summer’s evening.
This gluten free version of the Thai classic is delicious and simple to make.
This delicious Ramen with Miso Ginger Soup is an absolute winner. Such a fantastic and healthy addition to your ‘pantry’ on the table in 5 minutes.
This spicy and sour soup is one of Thailand’s most famous soups. It's also delicious easy to make.
Sea vegetables have phytonutrients found nowhere else, special types of fibre, and unique carotenoids and polysaccharides, and various polyphenol defense compounds, each of which may have anti-cancer properties.
This is a great recovery meal with healthy soba noodles and nourishing kuzu broth.
A tasty, light alternative to traditional sushi with rice.
Udon and lomein noodles go especially well with this popular sauce, and soba noodles taste good with it too. This version of the recipe is simply garnished with spring onions, but try topping the noodles and sauce with steamed vegetables.
Vary the vegetables according to seasonal availability. Fresh peas, sweetcorn, red and green peppers and radishes are all tasty and colourful variations for this dish.