Hakubaku organic noodles, with a natural and authentic taste, are perfect for creating harmony in your meals.
Hakubaku Organic Yakisoba (NEW) are noodles made from Australian organic wheat flour and alkaline salt. Yakisoba the Japanese version of stir-fried noodles. The noodles are often cooked with various toppings such as sliced meat and plenty of vegetables. Yakisoba is an authentic Japanese street food on the streets of Japan as it’s quick to make an easy to eat while on the go.
Hakubaku Organic Somen are the thinnest of all Japanese noodles. They are almost like vermicelli, and are quick to cook. Somen is often served cold in Japan. During summer, it is served chilled or in iced water with a dipping sauce. Somen is also added to stir fries and soups, including the famous Korean dish Nyumen.
Hakubaku Organic Udon are flat with a texture suitable for more hearty dishes. These Udon can be served cold or hot with various toppings. They are served chilled in the summer and hot in the winter. Some dishes also mix Udon and Soba to give a variety of textures. Hakubaku’s Udon are made from Australian organic wheat flour.
Hakubaku Organic Soba are thin, brown to grey Japanese noodles made of wheat and buckwheat flour. They are used in various hot and cold dishes. Soba can also be used in stir-fries and salads. In Japan, Soba noodles are popular, inexpensive fast food. On the other hand, it can also be an expensive exclusive specialty restaurant item or made at home.
Known for its vibrant purple leaves and peppery kick, the micro purple radish brings this summery soba noodle & tofu Japanese salad to life.
Packed with nourishing ingredients and flavour, this Japanese-inspired immunity stew is perfect to give your body the boost it needs to get through winter.
Gyokuro is the most precious of all Japanese green teas. Like Matcha, the tea leaves are also shaded prior to harvesting making it vastly rich in L-Theanine (A natural mood enhancing amino acid). The precious tea leaves are steamed, dried and rolled into thin needle-like leaves.
Sencha is the quintessential green tea of Japan. Their organic green tea is made from carefully selected first-picked tea leaves cultivated in the pristine hills of Uji, Japan. Our superior Sencha tea leaves are steamed, dried and rolled into thin needle-like leaves.
This miso broccoli and salmon salad is the perfect weekday lunch — it’s simple yet fresh, packed with flavour and loaded with nutrients.
I love pork in a dumpling or gyoza; the fat content of really good-quality pork makes for a deliciously moist dumpling and keeps them from drying out. Makes: 12–14 =R1=
In this Japanese miso eggplant dish, the miso’s strong deep flavour coats the eggplant slices to create a magically flavoured dish.
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