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Soba noodles are an incredibly delicious food that is diverse and goes with many dishes. It takes about 5 minutes to boil them so they are very quick to cook. They are made from buckwheat flour (generally), which makes them a great choice for those following a gluten-free and plant based lifestyle. Soba noodles are high in fibre and protein and have a nutty like taste. It's important to always check the nutritional information/ingredients list on the packet that you buy. Sometimes they might be mixed with something else or some extra ingredients might be in there. Something I always try to follow (as much as I can) is to buy simple food, organic and bio, non-GMO and with super clean ingredients. I know sometimes this can be a little bit more pricey, but as much as we can to look at these details, it may have positive impacts on our overall well-being.
I made this dish twice this week because it tasted so good. It's just a warming, hearty delicious meal that has so much flavour and taste (thanks to the Ayurvedic spices of course).
*(makes 1 portion. The soba noodles that I use come separated in individual single serving bundles in the packet, so it makes it easy to know how much to prepare).
50g of tofu
1/2 green pepper (or any colour) (diced)
A handful of spinach leaves
1/2 large tomato (diced)
1/2 red onion (diced)
3 small mushrooms (diced)
small cube of fresh ginger (grated)
2 tbsp coriander seeds
2 tbsp cumin seeds
2 garlic cloves (grated or diced)
1 tbsp of oregano
pinch of Himalayan salt
pinch of pepper
olive oil (or whatever cooking oil you normally use)
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