Soba with shoyu bouillon

I had some leftover cooked soba noodles, so the next day I tossed them into a lovely simple shoyu bouillon…

Just cook water with a couple of inches of kombu seaweed, for about 10 minutes, after which you take the kombu out, cut it into small pieces and return back (or save for another project…). The same thing you do with dried shiitake mushrooms (cook, take out, chop up, return). From the beginning I also added a small amount of dried daikon (it expands a lot in the liquid). Season with 2 tablespoons, or to your liking, of shoyu, and before serving, allow the soba to warm up in the liquid. Slurp up!

I served the bouillon with cooked rice/hato mugi mix, water-sauteed and lightly salted leek and swiss chard, and lentils with cooked hokkaido pumpkin cubes and shoyu.

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