3 SOBA NOODLE Recipes 🍜Delish Noodle Series | HONEYSUCKLE

3 SOBA NOODLE Recipes 🍜Delish Noodle Series | HONEYSUCKLE


[Music] [Music] hey busy bees it’s sung and today I’m back to continue on with our noodle series it’s officially spring and I don’t know that had really nothing to do with the next part that I’m gonna talk about but I thought I hadn’t done a noodle or anything three ways in a while so today’s the day I’m gonna show you guys how to make one of my favorite noodles soba three ways we’re gonna make salad a stir-fry and a soba noodle soup be sure to hit that subscribe button if you guys want to see more noodle recipes if you guys follow me on instagram stories I need an epic homey pasta air-sea agrees so you guys be sure to hit that subscribe button because it’s coming next week and don’t forget to give this video a thumbs up if you want to see more noodle recipes and we’ll go ahead and get started with our first one where I’m gonna talk about our noodles so here I’ve already cooked off my soba noodles I use two whole packets which includes six bundles of soba and I’m gonna use them off for the whole video so our noodles are done cooking let’s go ahead and get right on into our first dish which is the soba noodle salad so let’s start by making our dressing here I have one teaspoon of grated ginger one clove of minced garlic 1 tablespoon of miso 1 tablespoon of soy sauce 1 tablespoon of honey 2 teaspoons of sesame oil 1 tablespoon of rice wine vinegar 1 tablespoon of water to thin it all out and a hint of black pepper and we’ll just mix mix mix until our dressing comes together give it a taste perfection all right now let’s assemble our salad in our bowl I’ll add two bundles of slightly undercooked soba about two cups of chopped napa cabbage 1 cup of thinly sliced snow peas about 2 to 3 shredded radishes two stalks of green onions chopped and about a quarter cup of chopped cilantro and finally our dressing give it a nice toss mmm look at those colors the noodles just marry in with the dressing it looks like spring all right let’s serve ourselves a little bit a little more a little more green and then the garnish I like to add some more radish for color now let’s take a bite and that’s our soba noodle salad this one was inspired by spring I wanted to infuse a lot of freshness into the salad with the snow peas the napa cabbage the radish it just provides a beautiful crunch and then all the different colors make it so appealing and then the miso ginger dressing is super light nutty tangy coats each strand of soba beautifully if you guys decide to make this for meal prep which it totally works I just recommend that you keep the dressing on the side and pour it over the soba noodle salad when you’re ready to enjoy it because if you dress it ahead of time it tends to get a little soggy so pro tip right there all right let’s get on into our next video which is my take on the yaki soba except this is a soba soba stir fry get it kind of okay not really oops I realize I said get on into the next video I met recipe in a bowl I’ll add two tablespoons of ketchup one tablespoon of sesame oil 1/4 cup of Worcestershire sauce it’ll add that smoky tang enos to our sauce and 1/4 cup of soy sauce for some saltiness mix mix mix and our sauce is done so easy so typical of any stir-fry we’re gonna cook on a gas stove I’ll place my wok on top let it get really hot add a little bit of oil then I’ll add one chicken breast that I’ve already sliced up a dash of salt to season and then I’ll add 1 tablespoon of our yakisoba sauce to season the meat let it cook through completely at this point you’ll see that the juice from the chicken has Roby’s but we want to make sure that we let the sauce and the juice completely evaporate before moving on to the next step just when the sauce is almost evaporated I’ll add in 2 cloves of minced garlic 1 teaspoon of minced ginger stir fry it for another minute and then we’ll add in half an onion I’ve already chopped some carrots thinly slice cook it for another minute let it get soft and then we’ll add 2 cups of napa cabbage 1 cup of purple cabbage also chopped up toss it around a little bit then I’ll add our 2 bundles of soba noodles 2 stalks of green onions also cut on the diagonal and about half a cup of our yaki soba sauce stir fry it for another minute make sure everything is coated in that delicious sauce oh yeah listen to that sizzle alright let’s serve some noodles get lots of veggies in there and for extra color and flavor more green onions so this one was inspired by of course the yakisoba the first time I ever had yakisoba was that ringer Hut in San Jose have any of you guys ever been there before my Bay Area Watchers um I don’t I think it actually closed down I was very sad to find that the last time I went back home when we drove past it it was closed here but that was where I had my first yaki soba and it was incredible it was so delicious with the crunch from the cabbage and their way of making it I’m so glad that I’m able to recreate the sauce here and then make my own version of it I hope you guys like it if you give it a try be sure to tag me on instagram at honeysucklebee and I will be sharing all of your creations on my Instagram stories every Monday so check that out our last soba noodle dish is kind of my take on the classic sue but actually you guys is there such thing as a soba noodle soup I know there’s like an udon noodle soup I know typically at Japanese restaurants they serve soba noodle with like the dipping sauce but I actually haven’t seen soba noodle soup I could be wrong but this is my take on a soba noodle soup using what I typically use for food on bra does that make sense here’s our dashi and our sake mirin I’ll place one packet of our dashi into the pot and then I’ll add 3 cups of water let it come to a boil for about 5 minutes I’ll take out our soup tea bag and then I’ll add 2 cups of veggie broth one tablespoon of soy sauce one tablespoon of our sake mirin half a block of tofu that I’ve already diced half a carrot sliced up a quarter cup of Smokies and some green onions let it come to a boil for about five minutes stir it around I want to cook the veggies but not until it’s super soft just until it’s barely cooked all right now we’re gonna layer our soup bowl I have one packet of soba noodle add some wakame seaweed and nokey mushrooms and then we’ll ladle on our soup tofu snow peas carrots man this is good yeah look at that piping hot broth this could be made completely vegetarian if you guys don’t want to use the dashi which has bonito flakes and um fish in there it really gives the broth a lot of umami but if you want to make a completely vegetarian I recommend just boiling up some vegetable broth and if you want to put some kelp in there maybe just like a palm full cuz that’ll add a lot of that um see that fish you mommy flavor not fishy but it just adds a lot more depth to your bra anyways I hope you guys enjoyed all of these soba noodle recipes if you guys do create any of them please be sure to share it with me because I honestly love seeing it when you guys share your cooking creations with me it makes me feel so happy that you guys enjoy these ideas and then you guys put your own spin on them too I get that all the time where you guys would share it with me and then you put your own little spin and made it your own it makes me so excited anyways thank you so much for watching you guys I will be back next week with a lot more noodle recipes I have a ramen one homemade pasta one and I don’t know maybe out there’s something else in there too I will see you guys soon bye [Music]

100 thoughts on “3 SOBA NOODLE Recipes 🍜Delish Noodle Series | HONEYSUCKLE

  1. Love the noodle series! Ringer Hut in San Jose/Saratoga is now back open and had been remodeled. Food is still good but unfortunately service is slow.

  2. Your videos are just a pleasure to watch. So good, So well edited and you are such a sweet and bubbly person. Favourite food channel <3

  3. jus a little curious … always u made is the right portion for u n nick n mayb Erisy ? hahahas… so for this episode, seems like A~LOT of noodles…so hw did u finish it? ;P

  4. Can I substitute the dashi broth with chicken broth or something? Dashi is VERY expensive over here. For 4 Servings I have to pay around 10€ which is like IDK 14$?

  5. Awesome video recording! Sitting here at Y&S FOOD! we all love to catch these sort of contents. We produce Travel & Food movies too, everywhere around the world, and also we are frequently searching for inspirations and also vision. Thank You.

  6. Your video shooting and editing skills are amazing, especially in this video. I wished to learn these skills and hope you could made these tutorial videos on the makings like what kind of camera & softwares to made your videos.

  7. Whenever I try to make anything even resembling that salad, the veg always falls to the bottom no matter what I do. Anytime I put veggies and soba together that's what happens. How do I prevent that?

  8. you're so cute and fun, I enjoy watching your video, sorry to say I don't know if I'll ever make any of these, but they all look soooo good, if I was rich id try to hire u as my personal chef! 🙂

  9. you're so cute and fun, I enjoy watching your video, sorry to say I don't know if I'll ever make any of these, but they all look soooo good, if I was rich id try to hire u as my personal chef! 🙂

  10. We tried the soba noodle yakisoba. And it was super fast easy and delicious. I cheated since I didn’t have soba noodles I used the vermicelli noodles left from the spring rolls. We all loved it. Thank you for sharing your recipes. Please keep all of them coming.

  11. Looks delicious!! Will try the yakisoba to put in my okonomiyaki 💛 ALSO! Typically what kind of noodles are used in yakisoba if not soba?

  12. Cool. I have soba noodles now I have ideas on what to do with it. I might avoid the cilantro though. Ugh! I’ll sub in flat leaf parsley. The stir fry looks good though. I think I need to learn to like cabbage. Lol.

  13. Can you please add some yummy recipes of steamed chicken and vegetables dumplings 🥟🥟😋 and also sauce to go with it 🙏🏼

  14. A million years ago I would go to a Japanese noodle restaurant & I would only order one thing…and of course I don’t remember what it was called! The place closed years ago 😩 and I keep trying to find that soup!

  15. I’m moving into a house, and I can’t wait to be able to make a ton of your recipes! Long story short, we haven’t had a stove to be able to make anything hehe

  16. I was making an udon noodle tofu stirfry tonight and I started going "mix mix mix" and my spouse looked over at me. I realized he didn't get it.

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