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11-22-2016, 03:23 PM

thanks for posting that pictures nash those dishes looked really yummy.
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11-22-2016, 11:39 PM

I also learned about grano saraceno. It seems just the same as SOBA.

Then how do you cook them to eat?





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11-23-2016, 03:34 PM

Well ok in the first picture the pasta( tagliatelle is the kind of pasta represented) should be cooked as all the other kinds of italian pasta. So you must put a quantity of water boiling in a pot( the quantity depends on the quantity of the pasta ... the water must cover the pasta in abundance because the pasta during the cooking adsorb the water)
When the water is boiling add the salt ( a pinch more or less).
And then you can add the pasta and leave it to boil.
And now the time that pasta require to cook.
When you buy pasta at the supermarket there is always the time of cooking ... well forget it ,because if you leave pasta boiling for example 10 minutes
as it's written the pasta surely will be raw ... I'm one that doesn't liek pasta too cooked also because is more easy to digest but ... not raw .
So my advice is to leave the pasta boiling at least five/ten minutes more than the time signed. Then you could check form time to time if the pasta is cooked.

Apart you could make the seasoning. A nice pasta sauce ( that in my mothertongue is sugo, but I've learned that in Japan Sugo is a person name ( I've learned it when I saw Sword Art online ))

So in a pan you could put and cooked a bit of oil and a chopped onion ( cook them for a whiel but not exagerate they mustn't become too brown) then you can add peeled tomato that you could find in supermarket too, (fresh tomato is always better) , salt as needed and if you have it one or two leaves of fresh basil ( just to give the aromatic flavour).
Well that's the easier one way but if you want you can add to the sauce black olives chopped.

Well now you must remove the pasta from the pot and eliminate the water from the pasta with the colander , put the pasta in the pan and stir it to take the sauce.
then put in the dish and add a little bit of grana padano or parmigiano reggiano. ( greated cheese)

I assure you is more difficult to read it than make it. Is easy to make pasta.
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11-25-2016, 12:53 PM

I understand that grano saraceno is treated just like as the flour, right?

Because SOBA is hard to treat, they mix SOBA and flour together in the ratio of 8:2 for example. When not mixed, 100% SOBA is difficult to make the noodle. How do you treat grano saraceno in Italy?


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11-25-2016, 02:48 PM

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I understand that grano saraceno is treated just like as the flour, right?

Because SOBA is hard to treat, they mix SOBA and flour together in the ratio of 8:2 for example. When not mixed, 100% SOBA is difficult to make the noodle. How do you treat grano saraceno in Italy?
Mm mm that's a very interesting question, I' ve never thought about it before ; but I think they mixed flour too here, maybe sometimes they also add kamut or something else.
Well the handmade pasta can be also made only with white flour water and more eggs you put more the pasta is good ( normally you should mix:a bit heaten water , 6 eggs and a kilogramme of flour).
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11-25-2016, 03:20 PM

I learned Sugo/Italian is sauce in Engish or Suppe in German.

And yes, 菅生:SUGOH or SUGOU is family name in Japan.


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I learned Sugo/Italian is sauce in Engish or Suppe in German.

And yes, 菅生:SUGOH or SUGOU is family name in Japan.
Yes that's right we use the word sugo for a pasta sauce in general while when it's made with tomato and meat (the meat used for the tartare for example)we call it ragù . (The pronounciation is the same as you read it)
Ah yes you' re right RadioKid ...Sugoh is a surname ... different way of write it but same pronounciation.

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11-25-2016, 10:08 PM

Also, when you say "SUGO!" in a short time (or "SUGOI" in normal form), it means "awesome!" in Japanese.


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Also, when you say "SUGO!" in a short time (or "SUGOI" in normal form), it means "awesome!" in Japanese.
I didn't know it. Thanks for teaching me this.I'll add to my new words list.
Now I' ve learned another word in Japanese. Thank you
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12-15-2016, 01:22 PM

By the way (which way?), the noodle used in YAKI-SOBA is not made from SOBA (I mean buckwheat).

The noodle used in YAKI-SOBA and RAMEN is rather yellow and made from flour and alkali water. These kind of noodle is called 中華そば:CHUKA-SOBA;Chinese noodle while the noodle made from buckwheat is called 日本そば:NIHON-SOBA;Japanese noodle.


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