Japanese Green Tea Soba

Posted by Cokeworld Citizen | 1:00 AM | , | 4 comments »

I was lepak-ing at Jusco's grocery department and there were nothing unusual about the place until I found this packet of fresh Japanese green tea soba noodle. Most of the time, one would find the dried version. It's about RM7 per box.

Not much things were needed except for a pot of hot water, huge bowl of ice water and some ice. Well, they don't simply call it cold noodle right?

As you can see, noodles are machine made. Don't expect to pay RM7 for handmade noodles.

RM70 maybe lah...

Loosen the noodles up and you are all set to boil the noodles until al-dente. I am not an expert so I had to test bite the noodles every now and then. Gee, you can feed 2 person with this box of noodles but ain't it look quite a huge pile for 2?

Chop up some spring onions and mix the sauce that comes with the noodles with some water (preboiled but chilled).

It depends on your preference. I like my sauce to be saltier so I add in less water.

The noodles are springy-er than I thought.

A great choice for dinner as it doesn't contain even a single drop of oil. Nope. Not even a tiny bit. Unless your pots are not clean and still have the leftover oil stains :P

Happy slurping~

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  1. "Joe" who is constantly craving // December 11, 2008 at 9:17 AM  

    hmmm no quail egg and wasabi ar? yeah it is quite a healthy dish isnt..

  2. Cokeworld Citizen // December 11, 2008 at 12:49 PM  

    Oh yeah, quail egg...but it doesn't make much difference tho if the egg is added. Besides, after sometime it turns murky, so dun wan lah.

  3. Selba // December 11, 2008 at 4:29 PM  

    Sounds and looks yummy :D

  4. Cokeworld Citizen // December 11, 2008 at 11:47 PM  

    Yeah yummy and not even a drop of oil! Ain't Jap food amazing?