Soba Noodle Soup with Berkshire Pork Sausages
Berkshire pork sausages are very popular in Japan as are many other types of sausages. Berkshire pork sausages are savory and quite spicy, bringing an intense aroma and flavor to the otherwise delicate broth. You can substitute the sausages with sliced beef, veggies, tofu, etc.. It is versatile, easy and tasty!
Soba noodles are a type of thin Japanese noodle made of buckwheat flour.
- 2 Spicy Berkshire pork sausages (available in most Japanese supermarkets) cut into strips lengthwise
- 2 Scallions chopped on the bias (it's easier to pick up with chopsticks once in the soup)
- Vegetables such as broccoli, carrots, choi sam, bamboo shoots, onions, etc..
- 2 tbsp Neutral oil (canola, grapeseed)
- Tsuyu, men-tsuyu (noodle dipping sauce)
- Soba noodles
- 3 cups Water
Soba noodle soup recipe : Bring a pot of water to boil to cook the soba noodles. In another pot add 3 cups water and slowly add tsuyu to it. Taste often until you are happy with the strength. This is very subjective to your personal taste. Meanwhile, chop your veggies and set aside.
Cut your Berkshire pork sausages into strips lengthwise.
Heat 2 tbsp oil in a pan until hot. Add veggies and cook for a few minutes (until desired consistency). Add the Berkshire pork sausages and cook for 2 minutes.
Rinse the soba noodles in water and add a handful to a bowl. Ladle some soup into the bowl and add veggies and Berkshire pork sausages on top. Serve with ichimi or shichimi (red pepper flakes).
Serve your soba noodle soup.
Now that you have learned how to make soba noodle soup with berkshire pork sausages, please be sure to view these other soup recipes and these pork recipes and these pasta recipes.
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