Chicken Soba Noodles
Straight from the pan, this chicken soba noodles is a balanced meal with chicken, shiitake mushrooms and colourful veggies (bell peppers and snow peas). This recipe came about after I added some noodles to my pan of bell peppers chicken stir-fry to soak up the remaining gravy. I realized it will do well as a main dish too.
Leftover Ingredients? Try this:
More One-Dish Noodles:
With a few simple tweaks to the recipe to make it more saucy, this chicken soba noodles turns into a one-dish meal that’s perfect for busy nights. It’s also great for clearing up the leftover vegetables in the fridge.
The soba noodles keeps well in the fridge to be served as a either a warm or cold noodle salad the next day. You can even separate out the sauce and toss them with the soba noodles only when serving, if preferred.
Delightful! I would love some too.
Fry some veggies, add some noodles – good right? That’s what I always do! Haha.
Thank you for your recipe I will try it for my family
Love soba noodles but you can not refrigerate them for a day. They start breaking.
I refrigerate and reheat them the next day for packed lunch all the time, no breakage.
I meant the Gluten free soba noodles can not be kept for long.
Hi, may I know what brand for the Soba Noodles you use to cook this dish?