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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Vegetable tempura soba, the perfect dish for rainy weather!

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A quick and comforting bowl of udon with broth is always a welcomed meal in my home.

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Posted By: S. Park

I love this dish because it brings together all of the flavors and ingredients that I absolutely love... pork, noodles, blackbean sauce...

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Cold ramen or soba is the perfect lunch, dinner or snack.  You can add any of your favorite ingredients, meat or vegetables to make it your own.

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Posted By: David Ryusaki

Tempura saimin - My aunty used to always make this recipe and it comes out tasting so good!  The version made in the picture is without the vegetables, but you can add any of your favorites like char siu, green onion, spam etc.

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Posted By: K. Taako

Quick and easy yasai soba cooked vegetarian style with fresh mushrooms, peppers, carrots or whatever you want to add...

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Posted By: Caroline

I took the old classic favorite of somen and kicked it up with green tea noodles. The flavor of the green tea noodles gives it a refreshing flavor.

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Posted By: Santiago

The Filipino version of chow mein, although it is named after Canton, it is said that such a dish cannot be found in Canton. One of the most popular kinds of pancit, this is a kind of pancit stir-fried in a ginger-soy sauce mixture with toppings of various vegetables, meats, and seafood

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Posted By: Santiago

Pancit Guisado, another filipino favorite Noodle dish!

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