Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Inaka Soba


(1) I was at Cold Storage when i saw this packet of Inaka Soba @ $1.65, was craving for it, so bought a packet back.


(2) The back of the packaging


(3) As i have a small can of button mushroom, cooked it with the button mushroom, and whatever i had in the fridge, crabstick, shredded carrot, and egg.  I did not buy any Soba sauce to go with it as i don't cook often, will be a waste to buy it and left it in the shelve.

26 comments:

  1. No need to buy any special sauces.. We only have 1 bottle of sauce in the fridge - oyster sauce.. And soya sauce and sesame oil, of course.. Any noodles, just put in veggies, fish balls/fish cakes, minced meat, and oyster sauce, kautim liao, nice already :)

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    1. Same here, i have oyster sauce, and also as what you mention soya sauce, sesame oil, these few...

      Usually, i put in whatever i have in the fridge...

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  2. Soba...ramen...udon.

    I tried ramen, and they have udon too...made in Malaysia but no soba. Ok, more expensive than other noodles available so I don't think I'd go for those again.

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    1. Find the udon sold in packet in the supermarket, cheaper than the soba that i brought...

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  3. wah really a lot of "liao" for your soba.. I have a small bottle of Japanese soy sauce, I'll just mix some with water and that becomes the "soup" for my soba, udon and lately I tried it with my cold kishimen.. okay also though not as good as those I had in Japan :)

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    1. My "liao" is here a bit, there a bit, keke... Find the foods at Japan is very fresh and nicer over there....

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  4. What a very new and creative recipes, interesting.

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    1. Have what in the fridge, just dump in, hehehe....

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    1. Lol... Whatever that's is in the fridge, just dump it in, keke...

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  6. Simple, but kinda healthy I would say~

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  7. I have never eaten soba before. So suaku hee..hee...

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    1. Craving for it, so when saw it, buy and cook it, hehe...

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  9. Simple and healthy. I hardly eat soba though.

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  10. He he Sharon, first time I come to know about Soba. I am really out of date! Lol!

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  11. 下次可以来一盘辣味的!呵呵~

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  12. Are these Japanese cold noodles?

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