1. Prepare ingredients. The specific amount can be adjusted according to the number of people in the family. The ratio of soba noodles and all-purpose flour can also be changed to 100 grams of medium flour and 60 grams of soba
2. I really like this buckwheat flour, so I made it 1:1 today.
3. Slowly add water and stir to form a flocculent.
4. Then knead into a smooth dough, cover with plastic wrap and relax for 20 minutes
5. Wash the pork, mince a small amount of ginger, add light soy sauce, dark soy sauce, and pickle and marinate evenly for a while
6. Cut the chili and beans. Don't like it to be too spicy. You can leave the chili.
7. Pour cooking oil into the pot and heat it up
8. Add the marinated boiled and stir fry together with garlic to change the color, add the spicy sauce and stir fry evenly.
9. Add the beans and chili and stir fry.
10. Add the spicy sauce without adding salt. Adjust according to your own taste.
11. Flour the chopping board and take out the dough
12. Roll it out, I personally don’t particularly like thin noodles, so I don’t roll it out very thin, so I can control it freely.
14. Stack up and cut into strips
15. I loved the taste of soba noodles from the beginning.
16. Open the water into the noodles and cook it
17. Remove and add a small amount of chopped green onion.
18. Stir-fried pork with beans
19. Just mix evenly. "Glennor, high-altitude grains are light and healthy"
1. The water absorption of flour is different, so observe the state of the dough for the specific water consumption.
2. When you roll it, you can do it as you like.
3. Make noodle dishes as you like, such as scrambled eggs with tomatoes.