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Japanese Soba Noodles: Delicious Japanese Noodle Recipe

Ingredients

1/2 watermelon
½ of a tablespoon lemon juice
½ of a teaspoon salt
1/3 cucumber
10 grams dry seaweed
100 grams soba noodle
3 teaspoons white sugar
½ chili
1 chicken egg
10 grams white sesame

Nutritional information

115
Calories
2g
Fat
25g
Carbs
6g
Protein
0.5g
Saturated Fat
1g
Sugars
0.5g
Fiber
28mg
Cholesterol
201mg
Sodium
98IU
Vitamin A
98mg
Vitamin B1
5mg
Calcium
11mg
Magnesium
40mg
Potassium

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Japanese Soba Noodles: Delicious Japanese Noodle Recipe

Features:
  • Fresh
  • Low Carb
  • Sweet
  • Vegan
Cuisine:

Watermelon soba noodle – A harmonious combination of noodle and watermelon

  • 15 minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

Directions

Japanese soba noodle is an ideal recipe every time you need a spaghetti break. You may know the omnipresent Japanese soba, but today’s recipe will give you a twist to it. Soft and smooth soba noodles with cool watermelon, it sounds like a wacky recipe. Give it a go, and you won’t regret it. It can do double duty as a filling meal or a snack in summer. Ready to get pumped by the watermelon soba noodle? Here’s the recipe!

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Steps

1
Done

Cut the watermelon in horizontal half. Scoop out the flesh and grind with 1/2 teaspoon of lemon juice, 3 tablespoons of white sugar, salt and chili in the grinder.

2
Done

Cook soba noodle, rinse it with cold water and let it drain all the water.
Cut cucumber into small pieces.
Boil the chicken egg.

3
Done

As the egg is now cooked, peel the shell and cut in a half.
Pour the already ground mixture onto the watermelon. Then place soba noodle into the watermelon "bowl".
Next, add pieces of cucumber, dry seaweed, and a half of boiled chicken egg onto the soba noodle. Sprinkle white sesame on it and we now have a finished watermelon soba noodle.

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