How To Make Soba Noodles Soup

How to make Soba noodles Soba noodles are a type of thin noodles made by Japanese people. Soba noodles: can be made cold in sauce and can be hot in soup. In the city of Japan, Nagano, the flavor of Soba noodles includes wheat flour. The eating of soba noodles is possible with the help of chopsticks. In summer, the soba noodles serve as chilled and drained. It’s delicious by taste due to which the Japanese enjoy the taste of soba noodles. As soba noodles can be cooked by mixing different things such as Buckwheat and Sesame etc. Now we will discuss the different techniques of, How to make soba noodles. 

For 60 seconds you have to cook the noodles. And wash it with cold water after draining them. Then shake the noodles by using your hands to remove the starchy film which has produce during the cooking. Then take cold water and shock the noodles in it. After this put it in another bowl and keep it at room temperature. Soba noodles are almost ready to eat after dipping them in the bowl of dashi.  We provide a complete method of How To Make Soba Noodles Soup.

The ingredients and the equipment, you will need to cook Soba Buckwheat noodles of scratch are following:

  1. 280 grams of 2 cups of stoned buckwheat flour but should be of Anson mills
  2. Half cup of all-purpose flour
  3. ¾ cup of mineral water or should be filtered 
  4. Buckwheat starch to roll the soba 
  1. Bowls for mixing 
    1. Measuring cups and spoons


  • With the help of a strainer, separate the two flour into a bowl after weighing it.
  •  Pour the water over it after measuring the water.
  • Mix the water and flour for some time, then knead it until it adopts the shape of crumbly dough. And after kneading some time, if you find dry flour, so you can add some more water. And if in case you see the mixture more wit so you should add more flour to it. 
  •   Give the shape of the mounted peak to the flour, and with the help of your hand press, the flour from the peak until it adopts the shape of a disk and becomes smooth.
  • With a few amount of starch, pour the counter and put the dough on the top. Scatter the top of the dough and rolling the pin with starch. From the center, start rolling in the outward direction. To make in straight lines, tap the edges of the dough with your rolling pin. And gradually make it in a rectangular shape. To avoid stickiness, add more starch. Flip the dough on the counter. And another thing that should be kept in mind that the length of the dough will be the length of soba
  • Now we will fold the dough for easier cutting it in straight. Spread the handful of starch over ½ of dough. Fold the dough in such a procedure as we close the book. Fold the top to the bottom and spread more starch over it. Now spread more starch to the rest of the dough and again in the same manner fold the top to the bottom. The result of this folding will be the rectangular package. 
  • Now we will use the equipment pastry scraper, ruler, and flat utensils. Now start cutting the noodles with 1/16 inch height and 1/8 inch thick. Then by adding some more starch will reduce the sticking capability of noodles. Freeze the soba for few hours. 
  • Then install a strainer into your sink, and fill the bowl with cold water, and put the soba in that water to cook for 60 seconds. Then drain it, and wash it with cold water and shake it for some time. 
  • After this serve the soya with soya sauce and sesame oil and your soba Buckwheat noodle are ready. 

Soba noodles are the best noodles of all the noodles and favorite dishes of people of Japan. In the upper portion, we have discussed the two different ways of cooking the soba noodles, one is simple, and the other involves the use of Buckwheat. How To Make Soba Noodles Soup?