Optional: Top with baked tofu, furikake, sesame seeds and sriracha.
Buckwheat noodles will continue to absorb dressing! Serve these snow pea soba noodles immediately. Or, if prepping ahead, reserve the miso ginger dressing to add immediately before serving. The baked tofu is optional in this recipe, but I like it with these snow pea soba noodles to create a more complete meal. Note that the recipe for baked tofu does add to the time to complete the meal. I like to prep a batch on the weekend to use during the week.
Be sure to use tamari sauce to keep it gluten free. Purchase 100% buckwheat soba noodles. Some soba noodles have wheat or are processed in a wheat facility.
Looking to add a different protein besides tofu? Grilled chicken or shrimp would go nicely. You could even marinate your protein in the miso ginger dressing before grilling. Or, add a soft boiled or poached egg.
Don’t have snow peas? You could use thawed frozen peas, shredded cabbage, or leftover asian slaw from the warm mushroom salad. Daikon radish would also be a nice addition to these snow pea soba noodles.