Hot to make Spicy Black Truffle Soba Noodles (Easy Recipe)
Spicy Black Truffle Soba Noodles
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Is there anything more comforting than a bowl of noodles? Simple soba noodles can be served hot or cool, making them a cozy meal in the colder months and a refreshing, cooling treat on hotter days in the summer. How could you ever improve this already-excellent dish? With hot truffle sauce, of course!
- 4 oz uncooked soba noodles
- ⅓ cup Natureul Black Truffle Sauce in Chili Flavor
- 1-2 quarts of water, unsalted (enough to cover the noodles in whatever size pot you’re using)
- Optional: your favorite proteins and garnishes, like cooked tofu and scallions.
- Prepare a large bowl of cold water (not ice water) first to stop the cooking process once the noodles are ready to ensure you don’t end up with mushy noodles.
- Bring a pot of unsalted water to a rolling boil and add the soba noodles, briefly stirring to make sure all of the noodles are covered by water.
- Reduce heat to a simmer and cook for 5-8 minutes, or follow package directions.
- Pull out a test noodle with the spoon, allow a few seconds to cool and test it for doneness with a bite.
- If it needs more time, allow it to cook for another minute and test again, repeating until done. If it’s ready, immediately drain into a colander, transfer to the cold water, using your hands to agitate the noodles and rinse away excess starch.
- After a few minutes of “washing” your noodles, drain into the colander once again.
- Transfer back to the original pot, which should still be slightly warm. Turn the heat back on low, add the truffle sauce, and stir until warmed through. At this point, you can add your optional mix-ins.
- Serve immediately!