Originating from a palace dish in the Ryukyu Kingdom, the former name of Okinawa, Okinawa soba noodles are regarded as one of the popular Japanese noodles all over Japan nowadays. This product is an instant version of this Okinawan dish that allows you to experience it at home.
Though these Okinawa Soba Noodles are dry noodles, they have the perfect, hand stretch mouthfeel that you would get from fresh noodles. You can adjust the noodle texture to your preference depending on how long you boil the noodles.
These soba noodles are a fan favorite among soba noodle lovers, so if you are a soba noodle lover as well, this product is for you.
If you want to enjoy a traditional bowl of Okinawa soba noodles, you can use these noodles as the base, and soup base included, you can add in extra toppings to make a savory and flavorful meal.
Typically, Okinawa soba consists of flat noodles, pork- and bonito-based soup, and toppings including braised pork belly, sliced fish cake, green onion, and beni-shoga (Japanese red pickled ginger). Despite its name, noodles of Okinawa soba do not include soba buckwheat at all.
For one serving, boil one portion until your preferred doneness. If you do not like noodles with an al dente texture, cook them longer until they reach your desired softness.
Meanwhile, add the powdered soup to the ramen bowl, and blend it with 250~270cc (approx. 8.5~9.2 us fl oz.) of boiling water. Transfer the noodles to the bowl, and the Okinawa soba is ready to eat.
You can add pork, fish cake, green onion, beni-shoga, or any of your favorite toppings to make it heartier.
- Net contents: 200g (100g noodles × 2 packages / 10g soup × 2 packages)
- Main ingredients: Noodles (Wheat Flour, salt, vegetable oil) Soup Stock (salt, meat extract, lard, seafood extract)
- Potential allergens: Wheat, milk, pork, seafood
- How to store and expiration date: These noodles can be consumed after 270 of opening, but it is recommended to consume as quickly as possible for a fresh taste. Please store in a cool and dark place.
- Made in Japan