Bring 2L water to the boil and add soba noodles. Wash noodles under cold water 2-3 times, then allow to dry for approx. wasabi paste 180-200g green tea soba noodles When the weather gets warmer, cool down with delicious cold soba noodle dishes such as this. shredded nori seaweed Japan Centre offers the largest selection of authentic Japanese food, drink and lifestyle products in Europe. We use cookies to give you the best online shopping experience. The addition of green tea adds a subtle yet elegant flavor when compared side-by-side with traditional buckwheat, or soba, noodles. When noodles are done, strain them immediately to prevent further cooking. https://www.japancentre.com/en/recipes/1265-cold-green-tea-soba-noodles 5 minutes. From well-known Japanese kitchen staples from rice and noodles, to freshly baked goods, matcha and sake, shop from Japan Centre’s extraordinary range of over 3,000 different products on the UK's favourite Japanese food site. What better way to cool down in the middle of a scorching summer's day? While noodles are drying, prepare separate side dishes for tsuyu, green onions, and wasabi. 50ml tsuyu dipping sauce Copyright © 2005-2019 Japan Centre Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. These matcha green tea soba noodles are a refreshing combination of earthy, green tea infused soba, umami-rich, cold tsuyu dipping sauce, and flavoursome toppings like fiery wasabi paste and crispy tempura flakes. You can find out more by reading our, Japan Centre - Japanese Food Hall since 1976, Coronavirus - find out the latest information & delivery update, Vegan and Organic Tofu and Meat Alternatives. Sprinkle shredded nori and tempura flakes on top. During the hot and humid summer months in Japan, cha soba is especially refreshing when served chilled, and the subtle flavor of green tea takes this dish to another level. tempura flakes. 2 green onions, thinly chopped Serve noodles on a wide plate or, if you have one, a zaru soba tray. Allow to boil for approximately 4-5 minutes, or until they reach their desired tenderness.