Soba meshi : street stall rice’n noodles made healthy

Soba meshi, it’s noodle rice. You can eat that delicacy on street stalls around here. They make it on the teppan, the Japanese hot plate.
That sounds like a weird carb orgy. Actually that’s not bad if you do it with lots of good ingredients. And anyway, that tastes good !

It’s green no ?

As you can see, it’s brown rice. Noodles of course. There is also calamari, onion, carrot, cabbage. It’s a stir-fry.
The sauce is simply low-sodium soy sauce. Not on the photo, I added garlic, chili pepper, nira (garlic chives). And raw ginger as topping.

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