Soba noodles, but hypoglycemic food! When the weather is hot in summer, we will be a [cooled soba noodles], which is both refreshing and healthy.
Put buckwheat flour into the pot.
Slowly pour boiling water, don't add too much at once.
Stir while stirring and stir into small pieces.
Finally, I became a group. Note that the dough must be slightly harder!
Cover with a damp cloth and rub a little, apply a little oil on the chopping board, and knead the dough into a 0.5 cm thick piece.
The steamer boils water, and after steaming, put the dough into it. Pay attention to the anti-sticking of the oil, or put a cloth or bamboo mat on the mat.
Cover the lid, count the time after steaming, and fire for 5 minutes.
Remove the steamed noodles, let them cool, and cut into slender strips.
Put in a large bowl.
Cucumber rubbing, new garlic and millet chopped.
[Sauce]: chop the chopped green onion, and add the new garlic into a small bowl, add the appropriate amount of salt, organic soy sauce, vinegar, a spoonful of oil chili, a little MSG, mix well
Place the dish on the buckwheat noodles, pour the sauce, and mix well when you eat.
1. Buckwheat is a coarse grain. Its unique health-care ingredients, niacin and rutin, both have the effect of lowering blood lipids and serum cholesterol. The chromium element is beneficial to enhance insulin function and lower blood sugar. It is the first choice for the diet of “three high” patients. 2, but buckwheat should not eat more, otherwise it will cause indigestion. 3, the buckwheat noodles are rough, you can add white noodles in a 1:1 ratio, and taste better. 4, when the face is slightly harder, or it will be very sticky when opened.