Noodles are a number one favorite in our house. Pasta or Chinese, doesn't matter, I know it will be a hit if it involves noodles. I got this recipe a while ago from my friend Andrea. It was so flavorful, so simple and SO QUICK! I added a few ingredients and a step or two. You really could do whatever you want with it. Add the vegetables, or meat, your family likes best. I made a double batch last night and there was nothing left to show for it this morning. I'll let that last statement speak for itself.
Japanese Noodles with Tomatoes (& lots of other vegetables now)
**Adapted from "Moosewood Restaurant Cooking for Health cookbook"
8 oz soba noodles
2 Tbs sesame oil (toated)
2 Tbs. soy sauce
1 Tbs extra virgin olive oil
2 Cups diced tomatoes (I used whole grape tomatoes)
1 Lg. Red Pepper (Roasted in oven until slightly blackened & sliced)
1-2 Cups of broccoli florets
1/4 Cup slices scallions/green onions
1 Cup Edamame
1.) Cook Noodles according to package directions.
2.) Roast red pepper @ 500 degrees (about 5 minutes) until slightly blackened, then slice
3.) Saute broccoli & edamame for about 3 minutes
4.) Add in sliced green onions & saute one more minute
5.) Add vegetables to drained noodles & mix in sesame oil, olive oil & soy sauce.
*** The noodles will be cold from the rinse following boiling. If you'd prefer a hot dish, throw everything back into a large skillet for a couple of minutes.
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