Soba-Mixed Vegetables Salad with Syoyu-Sesame Dressing

Soba-Salad with Japanese-style Dressing

Recently, whenever we have quick meal for sure one or two packs of Japanese-style salad will appear on our dining table. Two main reasons I fond on such salad are of its unique dressing and the variety of vegetables included.

Here, I share with you guys a soba-salad recipe that is similar to those available in both convenients and supermarkets in Japan. It is a combination of chilled soba and salad dish, can be served as quick and healthy lunch as it is quite filling.
Ingredients (4 servings):
¼ iceberg lettuce, tear into chunks
¼ small cabbage, shred
¼ carrot, cut into strips
¼ red capsicum, cut into strips
¼ yellow capsicum, cut into strips
¼ brown onion, cut into strips
8 French beans, boil and slice diagonally
4-6 slices ham, cut into bite size
1 bundle soba (buckwheat noodles)
1 tbsp roasted white sesame seeds, grind

1 tbsp goma-dare (sesame dressing)
1 tbsp syoyu
2 tbsp lemon/lime juice
2 tbsp water
¼ tsp hon-dashi
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tbsp roasted white sesame seeds, grind

  1. For dressing, dissolve hon-dashi in water then mix in all other ingredients. Mix until well blended and keep in the fridge until needed in an air-tight container.
  2. Cook soba according to the instruction on the packaging. Rinse with icy cold water (NOT soaking) to get rid of excess starch, drain well.
  3. To serve, line bowls with lettuce and shredded cabbage. Arrange in all other ingredients as desired then sprinkle some ground sesame seeds over the surface.
  4. Drizzle salad dressing over the top and serve immediately. Or serve with dressing separately at the side.
Soba Salad

Comments :

3 comments to “Soba-Mixed Vegetables Salad with Syoyu-Sesame Dressing”
Janine said...

i also like the dressing for japanese salad but never bothered to find out how it was made. now that i have your recipe there's no excuse not to make it myself and save money from buying it outside! :)

Little blue said...

My family love Japanese food so much...I like your kitty bento box, where I can get it?

Lydia said...

It is easy to make Japanese-style dessing, basically you can add in anything you like.

It is from Japan. That one is quite old, not sure still available in the market.

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