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Cold Japanese Soba Noodles
Cold Japanese Soba Noodles
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Japanese soba noodles can be served hot or cold. The cold version is served together with a dipping sauce called tsuyu. In Japan, the right way to eat noodles is to dip them in the sauce and quickly slurp them up. The slurping sound is a way to tell the chef the you like the noodles.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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200 gr Soba noodles
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150 ml Dashi stock
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2 tablespoons Soy sauce
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2 tablespoons Mirin
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1 Nori sheet
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Let’s start with making the dipping sauce Men-tsuyu by pouring the dashi stock, soy sauce and mirin in a casserole. When it boils take it away from the stow and let it cool down.
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Pour 2 liters of water in a casserole and bring to boil. Lower the heat and add the noodles. Boil for 4-5 minutes.
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Rinse well in cold water. Place the noodles in a big bowl with icy water and let cool down for 10 minutes in the water.
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Pour the dipping in 2 small bowls big enough to dip the noodles in.
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Place the noodles on Japanese noodle plates. Cut thin slices of nori on top of the noodles.
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