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Soba is a common Japanese noodle dish, and has made several appearances in the Cooking Mama series.

InfoEdit

Soba is the Japanese term for buckwheat. Soba is somewhat the opposite of udon, being a very thin noodle made from buckwheat flour, giving it a dull, brown color. It is usually served cold on a tray, though some may prefer eating it warm. In the Cooking Mama series, the chilled variant is made, where buckwheat dough is sliced with a special knife, boiled, strained, and chilled.

Soba is typically paired with a strong dipping sauce made of dashi stock, sweet soy sauce, and rice wine, but any other sauce can be used.

Cooking MamaEdit

RecipeEdit

  1. Add the ingredients!
  2. Mix!
  3. Knead!
  4. Roll out the dough!
  5. Chop up!
  6. Boil some soba!
  7. Remove the soba!

IngredientsEdit

  • Buckwheat Flour
  • Flour
  • Hot Water
  • Served with soba tsuyu (dipping sauce)

Cooking Mama: World KitchenEdit

RecipeEdit

  1. Sprinkle the powder!
  2. Knead in the ingredients!
  3. Roll out the dough!
  4. Dice it into little bits!
  5. Boil the noodles!
  6. Shave some bonito flakes!
  7. Boil it!

IngredientsEdit

  • Buckwheat Flour
  • Water
  • Bonito Flakes
  • Rice Wine (mirin)
  • Sugar
  • Cooking Wine (sake)
  • Soy Sauce
  • Served with wasabi

Cooking Mama 3: Shop & ChopEdit

RecipeEdit

  1. Grind the buckwheat!
  2. Knead the dough!
  3. Roll the soba dough!
  4. Cut it up!
  5. Boil the soba noodles!
  6. Wash the soba noodles!

IngredientsEdit

  • Buckwheat
  • Water
  • Served with soba tsuyu (dipping sauce), wasabi, green onions, and thin nori strips

Cooking Mama 4: Kitchen MagicEdit

RecipeEdit

  1. Grind the buckwheat!
  2. Make soba dough!
  3. Roll the dough!
  4. Cut the soba!
  5. Boil the soba!
  6. Put it in the strainer!
  7. Chop it!
  8. Time it right!

IngredientsEdit

  • Buckwheat
  • Water
  • Seaweed (nori)
  • Served with soba tsuyu (dipping sauce), wasabi, and green onions

Cooking Mama Lets Cook! Edit

Recipe Edit

  1. Sift it!
  2. Knead it!
  3. Roll the dough!
  4. Cut the noodles!
  5. Boil it!
  6. Put it in the strainer!

IngredientsEdit

  • Buckwheat Flour
  • Water
  • Garnished with thin nori strips

TriviaEdit

GalleryEdit

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