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First time my poached eggs worked!!! Wonderful. I felt like the vegetable broth didn’t get very close friends with the sesame oil. Will try again, using a soy base broth.
The stars aligned, and I found myself with all the ingredients to make this. So glad I did! Very delicious and satisfying. It was also my first time poaching eggs, but your instructions were very clear and helpful. Thank you!!!
So good! And easy! Love the info about storing poached eggs in the fridge to be warmed-up when serving.
This recipe looks awesome and there are so many proteins you could add to it. I have started adding some umami to my stocks for any noddle by adding a mixture of soy, hoisin, a little oyster sauce and a sheet of kombu. It takes an ordinary stock and makes it taste like you have spent hours developing flavor. If you like a fatty stock like is common in some Ramens add a tbsp or two if bacon grease or duck fat or schmaltz. Home run every time!
Nutrition facts please
Hi, Deborah! Emma here, managing editor. I recommend using an online nutrition calculator, like this one. Thanks!
I made this quickly for dinner last night, but instead of poaching, I gently fried the eggs over easy. What a comforting meal! I’ll follow these instructions for poaching this weekend!
Ah, noodle fan here and I can’t wait to try this! There’s something about a bowl of hot noodles that’s homey and comforting.
I eagerly await your new recipes every week but just have one request being European that the cup sizes also come with equivalent measure in G given that even our UK and US cup sizes don’t match – otherwise love your sites, hugely inspirational
Thanks for the feedback, Sue!
I am trying to have different types of grains so I buy soba noodles too. I feel so hungry looking at this dish! I love the bright colour of the egg yolk.. so mouthwatering!
I love your recipes. This one makes me want to start buying Soba Noodles! Never had them before. They must be healthier.
I like the added poached eggs, it makes the meal even more satisfying.
Sally, I’ve been meaning to tell you how many of your recipe I enjoy. This recipe is another wonderful one! Had no idea I was so hungry for Soba Noodle Bowls with Spinach and Poached Eggs until I saw it and read the recipe. Oh my, I cannot wait until I get my hands on some soba noodles. Thanks for all of the details on poaching the eggs. I love knowing that I can keep them refrigerated for up to 5 days. Here in the PAC NW I am having to sit on my hands rather than play in the garden, waiting for things to warm up. But this recipe will make it easier! Thank You and Think Spring!