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Gluten Free Buckwheat Noodles

Buckwheat Noddles is also known as Soba noodles in Japanese,  buckwheat noodles are a good source of protein and fiber than other noodles. These days it's very easy to find buckwheat noodles, you just go to a normal supermarket or Asian grocery store to find them. 
Sometimes when you are looking for a healthier option having cravings for spicy noodles then you must try these buckwheat noodles.
I usually choose buckwheat noodles because it contains healthier flours (mix of buckwheat and wheat flours) but here I am using 100% buckwheat flour noodles.

Course: Lunch/Dinner

  • Preparation Time: ~15mins
  • Cooking time: 10mins
  • Total time: ~25mins


  • 1 cup chopped vegetables of your choice
  • Buckwheat noodles
  • olive oil
  • 1 cup tomatoes
  • 1 chopped onion
  • 1 tbsp garlic and ginger paste
  • sesame seeds
  • salt
  • Black Pepper
  • chili flakes


  1. First, similar to normal pasta, boil noodles.
  2. Until noodles get boiled take another pan. Add olive oil and heat until shimmering then adds the chopped onion and ginger-garlic paste. cook, stirring, for 15 to 30 sec or until fragrant.
  3. Now add chopped vegetables of your choice and saute them well.
  4. Then sprinkle salt, Black pepper as per taste and you can also add chili flakes if you want a little spicy.
  5. When noodles are ready, drain them in a sink and rinse them thoroughly with cold water.
  6. Final toss them with cooked vegetables and squeezed lemon.
  7. Garnish with any fresh greens as per availability here I am using spinach leaves.
  8. Enjoy!


 Buckwheat is a great source of vegetarian protein, Gluten-free and non-allergic, rich in fiber. 100g of buckwheat contains 145 calories, and being a seed it is naturally high in protein and around g per 100g. Buckwheat is low in calories and also consists of negligible sugar content.


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