Fried Soba Noodles (Yakisoba) With Mushrooms

Soba noodles have far less carbohydrates so people on a diet always eat this healthy noodle.

Recipe By: Rose Wine (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/201)
Serves 2 Prep: 15 min Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Soba buckwheat noodles 2 bunches
Mixed mushrooms 150g
Bacon 2 slices
Olive oil 1 tbsp
Garlic, sliced 1 clove
Soy sauce as required
Sea salt as required
Black pepper as required
Chilli powder as required
Nori seaweed as required

Method

1
This is the soba buckwheat noodles, available in large supermarkets or organic food stores.
2
Remove the mushroom stalks and chop the rest into bitesize pieces. Slice the bacon into thin strips. Crush the nori seaweed into small pieces by hand.
3
Boil the noodles until they are al dente, 1 minute earlier than on the packet instructions. Cool the noodles immediately in cold water then drain.
4
Put olive oil in a frying pan and heat gently. Add the garlic and bacon and cook well.
5
Turn up the heat to medium and add the mushrooms.
6
Add the noodles (step 3) into the frying pan and let the noodles absorb the sauce from the mushrooms. Cook on a high heat.
7
Add seasoning to taste and serve on a dish, sprinkle with the crushed nori seaweed and the chilli powder.

Tips & Note

Choose streaky bacon with more fat for this recipe.

Fried Soba Noodles (Yakisoba) With Mushrooms

Soba noodles have far less carbohydrates so people on a diet always eat this healthy noodle.

Recipe By: Rose Wine (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/201)

Serves 2

Prep: 15 min

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Soba buckwheat noodles 2 bunches
Mixed mushrooms 150g
Bacon 2 slices
Olive oil 1 tbsp
Garlic, sliced 1 clove
Soy sauce as required
Sea salt as required
Black pepper as required
Chilli powder as required
Nori seaweed as required

Fried Soba Noodles (Yakisoba) With Mushrooms

Recipe ID :1066 Posted on 01 SEP 2015

Serves 2

Prep 15min
Cook 10min
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Soba noodles have far less carbohydrates so people on a diet always eat this healthy noodle.

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2 bunches
150g
2 slices
1 tbsp
1 clove
as required
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as required
as required
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Method

Prep
15min
Cook
10min
1
This is the soba buckwheat noodles, available in large supermarkets or organic food stores.
2
Remove the mushroom stalks and chop the rest into bitesize pieces. Slice the bacon into thin strips. Crush the nori seaweed into small pieces by hand.
3
Boil the noodles until they are al dente, 1 minute earlier than on the packet instructions. Cool the noodles immediately in cold water then drain.
4
Put olive oil in a frying pan and heat gently. Add the garlic and bacon and cook well.
5
Turn up the heat to medium and add the mushrooms.
6
Add the noodles (step 3) into the frying pan and let the noodles absorb the sauce from the mushrooms. Cook on a high heat.
7
Add seasoning to taste and serve on a dish, sprinkle with the crushed nori seaweed and the chilli powder.

Tips & Note

Choose streaky bacon with more fat for this recipe.

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