This recipe for a broccoli and Kimchi spicy soba noodle toss (or noodle salad) is a healthy, easy and unique way to use up leftover vegetables and noodles and produce a healthy, filling Asian fusion dish which is great for beating a cold! The recipe relies on kimchi (Korean fermented cabbage), broccoli, Japanese noodles and a mix of soy, Tamara, sesame and other spices to complement the inherent spicy, sharp taste of the kimchi, which usually features garlic and soy or ginger or other spices depending on the recipe.
- This recipe details the creation of a broccoli, kimchi, and soba toss.
- This meal is referred to as a toss instead of a salad because the ingredients are just “tossed” together.
- The recipe is very fast, only fifteen minutes if you’ve already roasted the broccoli.
“I haven’t had a chance to taste the leftovers yet, but I have a strong suspicion that I’ll be happy with them when I dig in at lunchtime tomorrow.”
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