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Improvising to Satisfy our Craving

It was a few hours after dinner when our grumbling tummies lead us to the kitchen cupboard. Gathering this and that, we came up with this

we had bought this pack of noodles a while back but never got the chance to use it

but tonight, the noodles met extremes of temperatures

we cooked the soba for 6 minutes

and immediately submerged it in iced water

this avoids over cooking which can lead to soggy soba!

the cooled noodles were then placed it in our plastic improvised zaru

then we got to work on making the dipping sauce.  60% cold water and 40% tempura soy sauce with wasabi to your hearts desire makes a great partner for the cold soba!

what a simple snack that deliciously satisfied our midnight craving!

we must get ourselves an authentic zaru! but for now, this will do…

what are you craving for this evening?

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June 19, 2009 - Posted by | Gastronomic experience | , ,

8 Comments »

  1. heehee. that’s what i usually have on hot summer days 😉 fuss-free and easy to make. i love cold udon salads too 😉

    Comment by cpsanti | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  2. I like cold soba! Whenever we have breaded fish fillets for dinner, my baon on the following day is cold soba with a sweetish sauce topped with a slab of fish. It beats all the calorific things from the cafeteria. ;D

    Comment by Midge | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  3. yummmmyyyy!!! my husband and i did this too… but we used mirin and the regular kikkoman 🙂

    Comment by ula | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  4. I love soba! 🙂

    Right now I’m craving for Lucky Me noodles. LOL!

    Comment by toni | June 23, 2009 | Reply

  5. So great, simple and delicious!

    Comment by gaga | June 23, 2009 | Reply

  6. Cold soba noodles – yum! I was thinking about making this for dinner tonight but we’ve had noodles for the past two evenings. The hubby wants something different but I’ll come back to this!

    Comment by Tangled Noodle | June 24, 2009 | Reply

  7. hi cpsanti, midge, ula, ga & noodle! this is the easiest and yummiest thing in the world! great for an impatient kitchen lurker like moi! hehehe!

    hi toni! hope you got your lucky me noodles! hehehe! try this cold soba, its delicious (with less preservatives! hahaha!)

    Comment by mrs lavendula | June 24, 2009 | Reply

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