Sesame Soba Noodles — Damn Delicious

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Sesame Soba Noodles

With a simple Asian vinaigrette and soba noodles, you’ll have a hearty meal on the dinner table in just 15 minutes!

As you can tell from yesterday’s post, I’ve been on a bit of a noodle kick. I particularly love cooking with Asian noodles since it cooks a bit faster than Italian noodles and it’s also a bit lighter on my stomach. Plus, with the warm weather hitting us, I try to minimize as much stove-time as possible, so this sesame soba noodles comes in quite handy. With just 15 minutes of prep and cooking time, it’ll honestly be the quickest, most refreshing dinner you’ll ever put on your table!

Sesame Soba Noodles

Yield: 2 servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

With a simple Asian vinaigrette and soba noodles, you’ll have a hearty meal on the dinner table in just 15 minutes!

Ingredients:

  • 8 ounces soba
  • 1/4 cup rice wine vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 clove garlic, pressed
  • 1 teaspoon grated ginger
  • 2 green onions, thinly sliced
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro leaves
  • 1 teaspoon sesame seeds
  • 2 hard boiled eggs, sliced lengthwise, for serving

Directions:

  1. In a large pot of boiling water, cook noodles according to package instructions. Rinse under cold water and drain; set aside.
  2. In a small bowl, whisk together rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, garlic and ginger.
  3. In a large bowl, combine noodles, rice wine vinegar mixture, green onions, cilantro and sesame seeds.
  4. Serve immediately, garnished with eggs, if desired.

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24 comments

I love this recipe. The first time I made it I got rave reviews. Making it again today. Yummy!

This is delicious! I LOVE!

I also loves soba noodles, easy to make and really delicious!

I tried this recipe last night and it is truly wonderful. Very easy, very quick and very tasty. Thank you for sharing!

Hello
Thank you for sharing this recipe. I understand that the recipes for soba noodle dishes is almost limitless so I am trying to find a comprehensive database or directory online that has hundreds of soba noodle recipes to try and inspire me to learn more about this popular noodle.

Oh…I am also a big fan of Oshizushi, any tips or recipe combinations would be most welcomed.
Warm regards
Steven

I didn’t have cilantro or the sesame seeds and it was still delicious! The sauce would also make an excellent dipping sauce for spring rolls. Thanks for this recipe.

I’ve never had soba noodles before, where can you get them? Are there any substitutions? Thank you!

You can easily find them in the Asian section of your local grocery store.

Thanks for posting! I just made this, so easy and yummy too!

Chung-Ah,
Thanks for posting this delicious recipe! I substituted a poached egg for the hard boiled egg and added dry seaweed. My family loved it.

I am so happy to have found your blog and ALL your recipes! My children have always been fond of international food, and I’ve been able to satisfy their tastes easily. But now we have a Korean exchange student who stays with us and I’m trying to make more food that she enjoys. Your recipes are quite easy to follow. Thank you!

I just made this for a nice spring day lunch for myself. You never fail to impress with your recipes. This was a so simple and easy to put together. I had everything in my pantry and no need for shopping or swapping out ingredients.

I made these noodles for dinner and they were very good! It was my first time using soba. I am partial to rice noodles but really wanted to give soba a try. I left off the egg but added some cooked chicken, bell pepper, carrots, and shredded cabbage. I sautéed the veggies in a little oil with ginger paste and minced garlic to add flavor and incorporated the noodles and sauce. I was a little thrown by this serving 2. Even if I hadn’t added veggies/meat, 8 oz of noodles seems like a lot for 2. I used approx 6.3 oz for my boyfriend and I and was able to portion out two generous lunch servings with the leftovers. All in all it was a heathy well rounded meal in my opinion. Thanks!

Just thought you should know, a “person” just began following my daughter’s wordpress blog (dogsonmymind.com)that is using your images. They are calling themselves Mikesfeast and they have the soba noodle image on their site.

Just made this, left out the egg, added steamed broccoli and asparagus, served with piece of salmon, very very delicious, husband LOVED it

It looks yumm! Though I do miss veggies in the recipe or as a suggestion.

This was delicious! Instead of cilantro and an egg, I sauteed some edamame and bokchoy in sesame oil and added it after the noodles had cooked.

These are yummy but I find the 1 tablespoon of ginger is too much. The ginger is overpowering. Will try this again with lesser ginger. Thanks for a quick healthier meal.

The recipe calls for 1 teaspoon of ginger, not tablespoon. That should help! 🙂

This recipe was amazing! Very quick and easy to make. I added edamame, carrot and some tahini to the dressing.

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