Whipping up a salad is a great way to get ready for the summer heat. This cold and crunchy soba noodle salad is easy to prepare and can be eaten on its own or paired with tofu or grilled fish or assorted fish cakes.
Buckwheat soba, which provides more fiber than many other types of noodles, can be used in any recipe that calls for somen or saimin noodles and can be eaten hot or cold. I look for brands that contain 3 grams of dietary fiber or more per serving.
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Servings: 5 (2-cup servings)