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