- 2 cups cabbage (chopped –)
- 3 carrot (medium –)
- 1/2 red bell pepper (medium –)
- 1/2 onion (medium –)
- 2 stalks green onions
- 2 cups broccoli florets
- 10 ounces soba noodles (cooked)
- 3 tablespoons soy sauce (low sodium)
- 3 tablespoons rice wine vinegar
- 3 tablespoons rice wine (– miran, sweet cooking)
- 1/2 teaspoon ginger root (fresh)
- 1 clove garlic
PER SERVING *
|Calories320Calories from Fat4.5|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat4.5|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Gemma 8 days ago
Nothing incredible but another good mid-week meal when you don't feel like slaving in the kitchen for an hour!
Dawn W. 22 days ago
The flavour was there didn’t use the sober noodles used quinoa more sauce next time and noodles. Ate it with chicken drummettes
El Conquistador 30 May
It wasn’t stellar but it was very good and I will make it again in our favorites rotation. Easy to make and tasty is a big plus,
Monica Rodgers 23 May
good flavour, and very quick
Shireen Burley 11 Apr
Delicious!!! I basically doubled the sauce recipe though and added a little veggie stock. Would definitely make again.
Dustin Michael 8 Apr
Delicious! Perfect meal prep for the week!
Danielle Ha 7 Apr
missing something. a little flavourless but would try to make it again.
Shauna Brandt 14 Mar
Great. I added chicken to it and used green peppers for a bit more bite
Alisa B. 7 Mar
Easy quick and very tasty! I used different noodles
Meghan S. 4 Mar
Such a good use for leftover veggies! We also added in sliced pork coated in egg white and cornstarch. Great, easy dish.
Upchurch 16 Feb
Absolutely delicious, will definitely make again and add more veggies
Joe 27 Jan
Turned out very well! We doubled the sauce as others suggested and it felt like the perfect amount.
Audrey 9 Jan
It was very good but I like more sauce than what this provided. Just would add more of that and then it’s perfect!
Hope 3 Jan
Really delicious. I doubled the sauce after reading some reviews stating it was too dry/flavorless and it was perfect. Made enough for a family of 5 to enjoy so I added more veggies and noodles. Spiced it up with sriracha
Mikaela 30 Oct 2017
Sauce/flavour was too subtle for me, next time I’ll try doubling the sauce.
Hi Laura 19 Sep 2017
It was nice and filling but the sauce wasn't that thick.
Angie T. 5 Sep 2017
Great tasty healthy portions
Letara Larkins 31 Aug 2017
It turned out great. I loved every bite of it.
Yo Homie 1 Aug 2017
Turned out well, but made so much! I added more sauce.
JaneRostron 22 Jul 2017
Too vinegary for me but simple to make. loved the noodles.
Susan 22 Jun 2017
A little bland. Added Sriracha and curry powder to the adult plates.
Elizabeth H. 19 Jun 2017
We love this recipe! Flavors are great!
Alicia R. 12 Oct 2016
This recipe is so simple and easy but still has flavor to it and isn't bland at all! I had to add a couple extra tablespoons of soy sauce but I really don't mind. I'll definitely be making this again!
Ashley C. 28 Sep 2016
Very good, tried it with egg noodles though and still loved it. Great as left overs as well Would definitely make it again
April O. 27 Aug 2016
I made some salmon in extra sauce just prior to cutting everything. I let it cool while I tossed the veggies and made the noodles. Super delicious!!! Thanks for sharing!!
Michael H. 11 Aug 2016
I wasn't able to use rice wine, so I used some red wine and threw in some sesame seeds and it turned out amazing
TJ P. 14 Jul 2016
I literally could not get to the broccoli in my little resort town (overrun by 10,000 extras in the summer), so I substituted salad shrimp. I also added jalapenos and cilantro and some extra ginger and garlic (we like it hot). I couldn't get sobi noodles, so I used straight cut rice noodles. Love this kind of dish because, although a bit labor intensive, it all comes together quickly. Thanks for sharing this great meal!
Amber H. 12 Jul 2016
Loved it! I substituted apple cider vinegar for the rice vinegar, ramen (without seasoning) for the soba, and also cooked up jasmine. Ended up simple, healthy, and with the natural sweetness that veggies have.
Jenna S. 8 Jul 2016
Very good family recipe. More direction could have been given in the directions. I did not modify it at all. I would make this again for my family.