There are so many wonderful ways to use soba noodles. And we’re compiled a beautiful list to indulge your guilty pleasure. These 50 soba noodle recipes will delight every taste bud and are easier than you may think to whip up!
1. with Lemony Kale Pesto
Fork Knife Spoon makes a lemon and kale pesto sauce that matches some soba noodle just right. Don’t forget to sprinkle with some fresh parmesan!
2. with Sesame-Ginger and Cucumber
Cookie and Kate makes a fresh dish that includes our favorite soba noodles too. This time there’s a bit of sesame, ginger and the fresh crunch of cucumbers.
3. with Caramelized Salmon and Sesame
If you’re a salmon fan, you’ll want to visit Half Baked Harvest and grab this recipe. There’s some sesame thrown into this dish as well.
4. with Spicy Cumin Pork
Lemons for Lulu topped off their noodles with a bit of a kick. Check out how to make this spicy cumin pork dish for tonight!
5. with Asparagus
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The Kitchn utilized asparagus and put it at the forefront of their soba noodle creation. If you like veggies, this is the one to try!
6. with Spring Rolls
Love and Lemons has a more unique way to serve up these noodles we all love. Stuff them inside some spring rolls and don’t forget some dipping sauce!
7. with Swiss Chard and Poached Eggs
This one is a soup recipe! Check it out over at Steele House Kitchen and grab all the yummy details.
8. with Lemongrass and Coconut
Earthy Feast makes a soup too. With a bit of lemongrass and coconut to round it out, check out this unique recipe!
9. with Smoked Salmon
Snippy Kitchen has a salmon addition to try as well. If you like smokey flavors and fresh avocado, take a closer look here.
10. with Coconut and Peas
Bev Cooks combines the sweetness of coconut with the crunch of some fresh peas throughout this dish. It’s a personal favorite recipe!
11. with Steak and Stir Fry
Bon Appétit makes a meaty stir fry involving the noodles and we know it’s a surefire win of a recipe! Everyone is the house with dive into this one.
12. with Chicken and Peanut Sauce
Run on over to My Recipes and check out this more traditional soba noodle recipe. Made with peanut sauce and chicken, it’s a satisfying dish.
13. with Sweet Ginger Scallion Sauce
Food gives us a beautiful recipe to make those soba noodles more of a side dish rather than a main course. Ginger and scallions are needed!
14. with Chicken and Teriyaki
Again, here’s another more traditional soba noodle recipe from Damn Delicious. Teriyaki chicken is a fan favorite so you’ll want to know how to whip it up.
15. with Shrimp and Veggies
Watch What U Eat added some shrimp and veggies to their noodles. It looks good enough to dive right into, don’t you think?
16. with Broccoli
Visit I Am A Food Blog and learn how to make a quick and simple addition to your noodles. Some broccoli can be the best compliment!
17. with Shrimp, Egg and Avocado
I Will Not Eat Oysters makes a super fresh and delicious soba noodle bowl that’s also quite beautiful to look at. Shrimp, egg, avocado and more come together to create some yummy bites.
18. with Sesame-Avocado Sauce
Blissful Basil makes a creamy sauce to toss your soba noodles in. Sesame and avocado is at the forefront of this recipe.
19. with Avocado and Snap Peas
Yes to Yolks combines some avocado and sesame to create their quick dish. We love the colors but we also love how easy the recipe is!
20. with Snap Peas and Carrots
Cookie and Kate threw in some snap peas and carrots in their soba noodle concoction. This one looks so fresh and healthy, don’t you think?
21. with Tuna
Who loves a nice slice of seared tuna? Check out Donna Hay to learn how to make the right accompaniment.
22. with Extra Peanuts
Soup Addict has an extra peanut-y recipe for you to try out. Don’t be afraid to add some extra spice to this one either.
23. with Shrimp and Lime Cilantro
Chew Out Loud has a recipe that’s full of flavor, noodles and shrimp too! The cilantro is the star of this show.
24. with Brussels Sprouts
Naturally Ella shows us how to incorporate Brussels sprouts. Don’t worry, they’re quite delicious in this dish.
25. with Sriracha
Where are all of our Sriracha lovers out there? If that’s you, here’s the perfect soba noodle recipe for you to try. (via)
26. with Soy and Ginger
The Endless Meal combines soy and ginger in this dish. They’re classic flavors so this one will definitely satisfy the family.
27. with Seaweed
Catching Seeds uses seaweed in their bowls. If you like the freshness or want to try something new, check out this one after the jump!
28. with Butternut Squash
Sew French added a bout of butternut squash and chickpeas to their recipe. This one has a fall feel to it, so it’s a great way to add some seasonal flavors into your noodles.
29. with Coconut, Ginger and Broccoli
Weelicious uses coconut for their noodles too. Add some broccoli and whip this dish up a lot easier than you may think!
30. with Beef
Here’s another beef dish you’ll be swooning for. Catch all the details over at Damn Delicious.
31. with Mango, Cucumber and Chili
Playful Cooking adds some spice to their noodles but they top it with some sweet mango too. It’s another favorite on the list and so much fun flavors to pair together.
32. with Mushrooms and Chard
Here’s a soup recipe that will warm you up right. We obviously love soba noodles in soup and this recipe from The Kitchn is fantastic!
33. with Kung Pao Chicken
Feasting at Home gives your noodles a kick in the pants! Kung Pao chicken tastes great with these indulgent noodles.
34. with Broccoli and Almonds
Gimme Some Oven adds another fun and fresh recipe to the mix. Add some broccoli and almonds to your bowl.
35. with Tofu, Kale, Lime and Coconut
Homespun Capers gives tofu-lovers a beautiful recipe to try. With a ton of other fresh ingredients, your veggie-lovin heart will be super satisfying.
36. with Spinach and Tofu
Chef de Home adds the tofu too. And a lot of spinach comes into play here too. It’s beautiful on top of delicious!
37. with Sesame Ginger Salmon
Calling all salmon lovers again. Feast on the Cheap pairs a beautiful piece of fish with their sesame noodles.
38. with Chicken and Mushrooms
Here’s another delicious soup recipe that includes some slurp-worthy soba noodles. Check it at KC.
39. with Carrots, Cabbage and Edamame
Noming Through Life gives us a rainbow salad that can be served up cold. It’s a wonderful dish to take to summertime potlucks!
40. with Teriyaki Mushrooms and Broccolini
Teriyaki mushrooms and broccoli make a great topper to your soba noodles too. Follow the link and try it out for yourself. (via)
41. with Roasted Tomatoes, Mushrooms and Eggs
Cook Nourish Bliss gives us a brunch-felt recipe for us to get excited about. Roasted tomatoes, spinach and some eggs come together to make something really special.
42. with Kimchi and Cucumber
Kimchi is a popular side dish in Asian culture, so it’s only natural that we feature a recipe that involves it! Check out Jeanette’s Healthy Living for the details.
43. with Miso Soup and Chickpea Tofu
Delicious Everyday has a soup recipe too. With a touch of Miso and tofu, it’s a winner in our book.
44. with Sweet Onions and Fried Eggs
Buzzed added some egg to their noodles as well. This is incredibly inexpensive and easy to whip up too!
45. with Citrus and Snow Peas
Love and Lemons added citrus flavors to their dish. And don’t forget the snow peas for both color and fresh flavor.
46. with Green tea
This Ransome Vegan Life made their soba noodles with the help of some green tea. Check out the unique recipe after the jump.
47. with Chicken and Chili Oil
How Sweet it Is has a bit of a spicier recipe to try as well. That chili oil can be really helpful adding a kick of flavor.
48. with Shiitake Bok Choy
Shiitake mushrooms and bok choy can help you make the right kind of noodle bowl too. Grab the recipe over at A House in the Hills.
49. with Shrimp
Lonny has another shrimp dish you’ll want to take a peek at. If you’re a fan of both main ingredients, then it’s definitely worth the look.
50. with Tofu
And finally, if you visit Damn Delicious just one more time, you’ll find a recipe that again utilizes tofu in its mix. Check it out now!