>Cook soba noodles according to package directions.
>IN a large skillet place various veggies, for instance:
>2 cups shredded cabbage
>1 large onion, sliced
>handful of snow peas
>fresh grated ginger
>sautee all in 1/2 cup sherry or broth,
>add cooked noodles along with 1/2 - 1 cup cooking water.
>season with soy and red pepper flakes etc.
>Here are some of the easy ones, that I make when I do not feel like
>doing elaborate cooking....
>1. You could boil the lentils in water with a tomato, add salt
>and pepper when done. Garnish with roasted green onions .You could have
>that with roasted pita bread,
> tortillas. All you need to do is broil the pita bread for 2 Mins,
>Tortilla for 1 min...
>2. Boil 1 cup rice with 1/2 cup lentils in 8 cups of water,
>till soft and all the water is absorbed..Add salt and pepper when
>done. Garnish with roasted green onions ( when in hurry), or else
>chopped onions, minced garlic and ginger work out
>3. Cook noodles in boiling water for 8 mins until tender, roast
>mushrooms with sliced pepper or (frozen vegetables when in hurry)....
>Mix it with noodles and tomato sauce .. You can bake it for 15 mins or
>have it without baking... it tastes good either way
>4. Defreeze a pack of frozen spinach, dry it with paper towels, mix
>it with 1 spoon nonfat sour cream add, 1/2 can skim milk , 1tsp corn
>starch or 2 slices of shredded bread, tomato sauce, salt and pepper .
>Pour the stuff into a Pie crust and bake for about 20 mins . You could
>do this with other frozen vegetables too.
>5. Add flour to Leftover lentils enough to be able to roll out
>into thin pancakes, add more flour while rolling out the pancake. Roast
>it in a non-stick pan until brown on both sides.
>I could go on and on.. basically could find a quick easy way to cook any
>dish suited to your taste........
Bobbi J. Davis-Jones
Graduation Services, Graduate School
The Ohio State University