Eggs Scrambled With Soba Noodles & Spinach

I thought the cooked soba noodles left over from yesterday might go well with scrambled eggs. There weren’t very many eggs left and Faye needed some for baking today so I used partly powdered and partly fresh eggs (powdered eggs aren’t that great on their own).

As with most everything I prepare, I started by sautéing onion and garlic, using a combination of toasted sesame and olive oils. I put a few drops of sesame oil in the eggs as well.

soba noodles scramble


To the sautéing onions I added chopped fresh spinach.

soba noodles scramble


when the spinach had wilted I tossed in the cooked soba noodles.

soba noodles scramble

soba noodles scramble


With the noodles well heated I poured in the beaten eggs.

soba noodles scramble


It was actually very good, powdered eggs and all.

soba noodles scramble

soba noodles scramble


 


9 thoughts on “Eggs Scrambled With Soba Noodles & Spinach

  1. Definitely a good breakfast – one that we have now and then – only more often at lunchtime and with more veggies – whatever is left over. Today it is kale, so that will figure prominently in my expected Crock-Pot supper of eggplant soup a la Tasty Eats’ blog today, along with the required hearty bread. There is Russian Black Bread from yesterday, so I am all set. Quite coincidentally, I had purchased an eggplant a couple of days ago, and had soaked garbanzo beans overnight to do in the Instant Pot today. The beans are doing their thing right now.

    We love noodles; have seen but not tried soba noodles. Do they have a different taste?

    Virtual hugs,

    Judie

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  2. We have tried mightily to like buckwheat, but have failed. We like wheatberries, and thought buckwheat would be similar, but it just didn’t take root. May try again in the future. Same with amaranth. We like teff, but not amaranth. How can that be?

    Virtual hugs,

    Judie

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    1. Buckwheat is not my favorite but it’s ok. Never tried teff. I have some amaranth but haven’t used any. Amaranth grows wild in my yard and I eat the leaves. They are pretty good. If I don’t like the “grains” maybe I’ll plant them for the greens.

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