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Beef, bean and soba noodles

Soba up with Anna Gare's elegant bowl of beef, bean and soba noodles from Quickies In My Kitchen.

Beef, bean and soba noodles

4,3,2,1 Dressing

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Posted by Nadia35 • 1y ago • Report
Can anyone recommend how to calculate quantities to feed 6? mainly for the dressing??
Posted by Toula • 3y ago • Report
Tried this as a first for a dinner party and was a huge hit. Flavors were fantastic. I did green beans and asparagus and both went down a treat, couldn't find green tea soba noodles so used plain ones but made no difference to the overall flavors of the dish, highly recommended and will certainly be cooking this again!! Thank you Anna for such a wonderful dish!!
Posted by Laurie29 • 3y ago • Report
Excellent dish! Hve made it many times and it always gets a great response from my guests.
Posted by Emma • 2y ago • Report
Wow! This was absolutely delicious! I've never had soba noodles before, but they are so good. Next time I make it I'll divide the dressing in two so I can leave out the ginger because the kids found it "hot" We loved it as is though! Thanks for another great recipe Anna!
Posted by muppy • 4y ago • Report
i loved this recipe, such wonderful flavour. it was also my first experience of soba noodles - wow, delicious (i couldn't find green tea ones).
Posted by Nehemiah • 4y ago • Report
Tried wit asparagus instead of beans and it was great.
Posted by Nehemiah • 4y ago • Report
Fantasic flavors. Top quality eye fillet is a key. Sauce was fantastic - recommend toasting the sesame seeds on your own versus buying them toasted. Green beans were good, but we thought they were a bit overpowering so balance was a little off. We are going to experiment with others like gai lan, baby bok choy or baby asparagus. Would highly recommend the recipe - it is quick, easy, flavourful and healthy
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