so it’s time for my next favorite noodle. feels like that’s about what i have time to cook at the moment – school’s started.. even though this means that autumn is on it’s way i feel like there’s still room for summer, trying to enjoy the late summer treats the nature offers. stockholm is fantastic right now and i spent my saturday in the sun on the water, indulging every bit of it. by the way, if you want to add some proteins i’d go for a few slices of fried tofu.
japanese soba (buckwheat) noodles enough for one person
4 big mushrooms (I used portabella and champingons)
1/4 of a leek
a handfull of baby spinache
toasted and ground sesame seeds (with shell)
sea salt & pepper
1 tbsp soy sauce
1/2 tbsp fish sauce
1 tsp rice vinegar
a finger tip of wasabi
this is truly very simple. start by mixing the ingredients for the dressing and set aside. slice the mushrooms and the leek and fry them in some oil while cooking the noodles.when the noodles are done rinse briefly in cold water. mix noodles, mushrooms and greens top with sesame seeds and season with the dressing.
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