Soba Noodle Stir fry
Approx 20 mins | Serves 2
Dried soba noodles
1 Sweet pointed romano pepper
2 Pak Choi
2 Spring onions
1cm Root ginger
1 fresh chili (deseeded)
1 large carrot
Ground black pepper
Bring a small saucepan of water to the boil; add a handful
of soba noodles (as you would spaghetti) and simmer for 5 minutes.
Meanwhile heat a tablespoon of olive oil in a wok or large
frying pan, then add two chopped spring onions and 1 diced sweet pointed pepper.
the onion and pepper are cooked,add 2 tsps of medium chili powder, 1 de-seeded and diced red chili pepper, roughly
chopped pak choi and a handful of edamame beans. Pak choi and edamame beans don’t
take long to cook through, you certainly don’t want to burn edamame beans as
this will give off a horrible taste.
Peel and grate one whole carrot and a 1 inch piece of root
ginger, add both to your stir fry.
Finally once your noodles are cooked, drain
them, rinse them and add them to your stir fry to heat through.
Then add sesame oil, the juice of one whole lime and season to taste with sea
salt and black pepper.
Mix fresh coriander in with your stir-fry just before