Soups

Toshikoshi-Soba

Toshikoshi-Soba

Eating toshikosh-soba, or year-end noodles,  on the last night of the year is an 800-year-old tradition in Japan, and is eaten as seeing the old year (an specifically any misfortunes that came with it) out. The buckwheat noodles used symbolise a number fo things, including a long and peaceful life, resiliency, and wealth. Eating them before […]

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Soo Jae Bi

Soo Jae Bi

Soo jae bi (or sujebi) is a popular, and simple and economical Korean noodle soup, which is also called “hand torn noodle soup.” It is flavourful with a light-coloured (almost white) broth and very thin noodles. To keep its pale colour, use salt instead of soy sauce to adjust the seasoning.    Yields 2LSoo Jae […]

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