Yukihira Style Barley Flour Soba is a dish made by Sōma Yukihira against Nene Kinokuni during the 3rd Card of the 1st Bout of the Rebels Vs. Central Régiment de Cuisine.

Description Edit

Through the usage of thrice milled buckwheat flour, the delicate flavor of Soba remains preserved despite frying it. Eating the dish invokes nostalgic summer festival memories of one's youth.

Recipe Edit

Soba Edit

  • 8 Parts Unrefined Thrice-milled Buckwheat Flour[1]
  • 2 Parts Barley Flour
  • Water

Sauce Edit

  • Dashi
  • Kaeshi
    • 10 Parts Dark Soy Sauce
    • 4 Parts Mirin
    • 3 Parts Brown Sugar

Stir-Fry Edit

  • Duck Breast (Thinly Sliced)
  • Scallions (Fried)
    • Duck Fat

Condiments Edit

  • Sesame Seeds (Ground & Toasted)
  • Sichuan Peppers
  • Ginger

Garnish Edit

  • Scallion (Shredded)

Real Facts Edit

  • Barley Flour is a flour prepared from dried and ground barley. Barley flour is used to prepare barley bread and other breads, such as flat bread and yeast breads. There are two general types of barley flour: coarse and fine. Barley groats are milled to make coarse barley flour, and pearl barley is milled to make fine barley flour. Additionally, patent barley flour is a finer barley flour that is ground to a greater degree compared to fine barley flour.[2]
  • Soba (そば or 蕎麦) (/ˈsoʊbə/, Japanese pronunciation: [soba]) is the Japanese name for buckwheat. It usually refers to thin noodles made from buckwheat flour, or a combination of buckwheat and wheat flours (Nagano soba). They contrast to thick wheat noodles, called udon. Soba noodles are served either chilled with a dipping sauce, or in hot broth as a noodle soup.[1]
    • Inaka Soba: "country soba", thick soba made with whole buckwheat.

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References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Wikipedia page on Soba
  2. Wikipedia page on Barley Flour
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