What’s Okinawa Soba? Okinawa Soba is a regional dish from Okinawa, Japan. While soba is usually known to be buckwheat noodles, the noodles in the Okinawa soba are flat noodles. The light bonito and kelp broth taste great with the flat noodles! To recreate this dish, we used our Okinawa Soba. To fully experience the taste of Okinawa, make sure to add in some thick cut stewed pork belly! The bigger the pork, the better!
- 1 serving Okinawa Soba
- 1 packet Okinawa Soba Soup Base
- 1 ¼ cups Hot Water
- 2 pieces Braised Pork Belly
- ½ piece Satsuma-Age (Fried Fishcake)
- Green Onions by preference
- Red Ginger by preference, you can follow our recipe to make
- Slice the satsuma-age and chop the green onions.
- Slice the braised pork belly to big slices.
- Follow the package instructions to cook the noodles and prepare the soup.
- Once the noodles are cooked and placed in the soup, top with braised pork, satsuma-age, green onions, and red gingers. You are done!