- January 18, 2013 at 10:27 pm #94795
I was really missing my scrumptious asian foods. I had to buy all the ingredients from the store. The noodles are quite pricey so soon I will have to make them myself. 🙂
This recipe can take as little as 10 minutes.
* Half pack of 100% Whole Buckwheat Soba (Eden Selected)
* Eden Selected Hot Pepper Sesame Oil
* Sesame seeds (Eden Organic- Gomasio)
* 1 head of broccoli
* Red pepper flakes
* Himalayan Salt
Put the noodles in boiling hot water for 8 minutes. While you are doing this, cut up the broccoli and steam for 7 minutes. Drain the noodles and add the broccoli. Mix in some pours of The Hot Pepper Sesame Oil with the noodles. Put a drop or two on the broccoli, as it absorbs the flavor nicely. Sprinkle hot peppers and salt to taste.
The finished result is nice and spicy and greasy from the Oil, in that tasty tasty way.January 19, 2013 at 4:14 pm #94849
The red pepper sesame oil with sesame seeds are even wonderful on vegetables too (makes me want to eat them!) and will try on my eggs soon 🙂 It’s SO goodJanuary 19, 2013 at 4:45 pm #94853
i’m sure you checked, but be careful when buying toasted sesame chili oil. a lot of it is cut with canola oil or corn oil to keep it cheap, and those aren’t allowed on phase 1 of the diet. also, soba noodles often contain wheat flour in addition to buckwheat flour, so it’s worth reading the label to make sure it’s pure buckwheat.
that sounds super delicious though 🙂 i’ve been making a bunch of food with toasted sesame oil lately, so good.January 19, 2013 at 5:04 pm #94854
shayfo;33294 wrote: i’m sure you checked, but be careful when buying toasted sesame chili oil. a lot of it is cut with canola oil or corn oil to keep it cheap, and those aren’t allowed on phase 1 of the diet. also, soba noodles often contain wheat flour in addition to buckwheat flour, so it’s worth reading the label to make sure it’s pure buckwheat.
that sounds super delicious though 🙂 i’ve been making a bunch of food with toasted sesame oil lately, so good.
They would have to list it on the ingredients though, right? I Unless the canola is laced (hope not) it only has 2 ingredients. It’s a product of Japan. I know what you mean on the buckwheat noodles.. had to splurge on the $8 pure buckwheat. Was worth it 🙂January 19, 2013 at 5:16 pm #94856
yeah, it should be listed. a friend from china told me to never buy food products from china because they’re often adulterated and not labeled as such, so it’s hard to know what you’re getting. he said japan and thailand are much better about that, if you’re buying asian products.
once i reintroduce buckwheat, i’m definitely getting some soba noodles. yum.January 19, 2013 at 8:35 pm #94878
Good to know. You should try the oil if you like spicy. It works on everythingJanuary 19, 2013 at 8:46 pm #94880
I will take a look at what’s available when I run out of my bottle of toasted sesame oil. I have chili oil, but it’s corn-based, so I’ve just been using chili flakes and ground chilis for the time being. I miss Asian food, too!July 18, 2013 at 2:10 am #107790
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If you guys want a quality brand of 100% organic buckwheat soba at the cheapest price I have seen check this brand out: http://www.celiac.com/glutenfreemall/king-soba-organic-buckwheat-glutenfree-noodles-p-1964.htmlAugust 18, 2013 at 4:49 am #109283
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Thanks for this recipe fixme!
1. finely slice in food processor a variety of veg eg. celery, bok choy, radish etc.
2. sautee veg in coconut oil and sesame oil, with garlic, coconut aminos and red pepper flakes for seasoning
3. when veg are softened but still crunchy add chicken stock (see homemade bone broth recipe) and quickly bring to boil
4. Spoon veggies and broth on top of rinsed and drained buckwheat noodles
5. (options) Add a poached egg/softboiled egg, and sheet of “seasnax” chipotle seaweed to the bowl
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