Simple food with only the fish as an imporant ingredient. It should come from the fishmonger of your trust. You can prepare this dish in minutes and it’s perfect as a starter.
I get my fish from Antonio having a seperate business in the Tutti Gusto in Gröbenzell. He always sells different fish in Sushi quality. You will find the Tutti Gusto here:
My source for the Soba sauce is the Asia food shop in Olching. You will find it here:
If needed you can also get it via Amazon, it’s the one from Takesan: Soba sauce from Amazon
- 200g of raw fish, here the haddock and swordfish. Salmon and tuna are always a good choice
- Soba Tsuyu sauce (soya, sake, dried tuna). Best of all is this one here: http://www.barcoo.com/4904755240116?source=email)
- Spring onions
- Roasted sesame seeds
- Soba noodles (buckwheat)
Here we go
The fish should come from the fishman of your trust. Ask him whether the fish is sushi-capable or not. Add the fish to the freezer for 2-3 hours to easily cut it afterwards.
Cut fish into thin slices and place it on a plate to slowly thaw.
Spring onions and chilli.
Cut both spring onions and chilli into fine slices.
Roasted semsam seeds, wasabi and soba.
Cook noodles as described. Don’t forget to quench with cold water (drip it properly) and place them in a bowl. Put wasabi in a small bowl.
Add the soba sauce and mix thoroughly.
Add sesam, spring onions and chilli as you like.
…Enjoy. With chopsticks it’s best. Add fish and noodles again and again. If the sauce is too watered put on a new mixture.
And here the gallery. Click on a picture to see a high resolution.