Cha soba noodles are subtly flavored with green tea and pair well with the spicy, gingery, tangy notes in the pork. Look for them where you buy noodles; if you can’t find cha, then substitute regular soba noodles.
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After a trying day I was so glad I had planned to do this recipe. It was easy, didnt take long, and delicious. It only required basic Asian ingredients. Im not great at Asian cooking, but Id like to be better and I finally have the basic pantry. II didnt have fresh cilantro, though I love it. So I substituted mint which was quite good. I will
definitely do this recipe again
Made exactly as written with the addition of 1 tablespoon of minced garlic along with the ginger cooked on the side of the pan. It was a little drier than anticipated. Would add 1/2 cup chicken stock or broth to have more sauce to coat the noodles. Tasty though.
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