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  • Pork Somen & Hiyamugi

    Stir-fried Pork & Somen (OR Capellini)

    ‘Somen’, Japanese Thin Noodles, can be substituted with Capellini (Angel Hair Pasta), and I often use Capellini. This is a very simple stir-fry dish, and naturally you can add any vegetables that you have in hand. A quick & easy lunch menu for me. Makes 1 Serving Ingredients 100g Thinly Sliced Pork *cut into small …

  • Somen & Hiyamugi Spaghetti & Pasta

    Kimchi Capellini (Angel Hair Pasta)

    This is supposed to be a ‘Somen’ dish. ‘Somen’ is the thinnest Japanese noodles, but it is not easy for many of us to find. ‘Somen’ can be easily substituted with Capellini (Angel Hair Pasta). This is a Korean inspired dish. Well-fermented Kimchi is best suitable. Makes 1 Servings Ingredients 1 serving Capellini (Angel Hair …

  • Somen & Hiyamugi Spaghetti & Pasta

    Chilled Eggplant with ‘Somen’ Noodles

    What you see in the photo is not ‘Somen’ Noodles. I used ‘Capellini’ (Angel Hair Pasta) this time, because someone had eaten all my ‘Somen’ in the pantry! Fortunately I had ‘Capellini’, which textures is similar to the texture of ‘Somen’. Italian pasta are actually quite suitable for Japanese cooking. This is a summer dish …

  • Somen & Hiyamugi

    Somen Stir Fry

    I love South East Asian spicy flavours, but I sometimes need the delicate Japanese flavour that is so gentle and soothing. The texture of Somen (Japanese thinnest noodles) well suits this light flavoured stir-fry. If you don’t have ‘Somen’, Rice Vermicelli or Capellini (Angel Hair Pasta) can be used instead. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 …

  • Somen & Hiyamugi

    Icy Cold Somen

    Somen are the thinnest Japanese noodles. It is easy to over cook. Follow the instruction. Standard cooking time is 2 minutes. Somen might be difficult to find for you. You can use Rice Vermicelli or Capellini (Angel Hair Pasta) instead. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 servings Somen Noodles *OR Rice Vermicelli or Capellini (Angel Hair …