The Japanese call this 'Yakisoba' which translates as 'cooked soba’. Soba noodles can be enjoyed in many ways, depending on the area of Japan you visit. You will notice that they sometimes serve this hot in a shoyu sauce based soup, or cold with a tsuyu dipping sauce, or with stir-fry noodles and sometimes in savoury pancakes called Okonomiyaki.
100% buckwheat is very difficult to produce as it usually requires wheat to help bind the noodles together. You may notice that these noodles don't hold their form if you overcook them, so you'll need to follow the instructions carefully to keep the texture.
Recipe created by Lisa Dawson from Clearspring
All to be sourced organic where possible