…more asian soup…

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The Fast & The Furious Delicious (Asian style soups)!

Some weeks ago I made Asian flavoured broth & realized some Asian soup based on my home-made Asian broth: you see – all is getting very „Asian“ & very fast. You remember that I always get a lot of broth – Asian flavored or not – so that I decided to blog about 2 more approaches to fast Asian soups.

We are dealing today with:

  • a mix of pork & egg & vegetables
  • a mix of shrimps & vegetables.

Let’s start!

What do we need for our „Asian Shrimp Soup“:

  • shrimps
  • snow peas
  • spring onions
  • rice noodles
  • Asian flavored broth.

We chop the vegetables & heat the broth.

We fry the shrimps in peanut oil w/ some pressed garlic & add the vegetables after 4-5 minutes & continue frying.

In the meantime we soak the rice noodles in the hot broth: pls refer to the cooking instruction on the packet for the exact time (it’s only some minutes!).

Now: dump the ingredients of your pan (or wok) in a bowl. Add the rice noodles on top.

Fill the bowl w/ the hot broth.

…& enjoy!

 

Coming now to our „Asian Pork Soup“:

What do we need:

  • thin spaghetti
  • spring onions
  • 1 carrot
  • some mushrooms
  • pork (e. g. pork cutlet w/o bones)
  • 1 egg
  • a fresh chili pepper
  • Asian broth.

…& again:

  1. Chop the vegetables & the meat.
  2. Heat the Asian broth.
  3. Cook the spaghetti (about 5 min for thin spaghetti) & drain them.
  4. In the meantime fry the pork & the vegetables in peanut oil & add some common Chinese spices mix. (It shouldn’t take more than 5 – 10 min; the vegetables shall stay al dente.)
  5. Toss everything in a bowl. Add the drained spaghetti.

Finishing:

  1. In the still hot pan (or wok) crack the egg & fry it & stir to tear the set egg apart.
  2. Add the fried egg to the bowl covering the pork & the vegetables.
  3. Add hot Asian broth.

Finally sprinkle the chopped chili on top.

Once more: enjoy!

 

...more asian soup…

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Servings: 1 bowl for 1 hungry good eater

...more asian soup…

Asian style soups based on home-made Asian flavored broth w/ noodles & vegetables & meat & seafood - really filling soups for dinner or anytime you like.

Ingredients

    for the Asian shrimp soup:
  • 50 g rice noodles
  • 3 spring onions
  • 50 - 100 gr shrimps
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 50 gr snow peas
  • 1 tbsp peanut oil
  • 200 ml Asian broth
  • for the Asian pork soup:
  • 75 g thin spaghetti
  • 1 tbsp sesame oil
  • 50 -100 g pork (like pork cutlet w/o bones)
  • 50 gr mushrooms
  • 4 spring onions
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 tsp Chinese spices mix
  • 200 ml Asian broth
  • 1 fresh red chili

How to...

    for the Asian shrimp soup:
  1. Soak the rice noodles in hot Asian broth.
  2. Chop the spring onions & the snow peas.
  3. Fry the shrimps in peanut oil w/ pressed garlic.
  4. Add spring onions & snow peas & fry for some more minutes.
  5. Dump everything in a bowl.
  6. Layer the rice noodles on top.
  7. Add the hot Asian broth.
  8. Serve immediately.
  9. for the Asian pork soup:
  10. Heat the Asian broth.
  11. Cook the thin spaghetti, drain them & add sesame oil.
  12. Chop pork, carrot, mushrooms & spring onions.
  13. Fry the pork & the vegetables in peanut oil & add china spices mix.
  14. Heap the spaghetti in a bowl.
  15. Add the pork & the vegetables & arrange around the spaghetti.
  16. Crack the egg in the pan, stir & tear apart.
  17. Put the scrambled egg on top of pork & vegetables.
  18. Add hot Asian broth.
  19. Sprinkle fresh chopped chili on top.
  20. Serve immediately.

Notes

Cook Time: It’s more 15 min for the Asian pork soup.

Servings: For 2 people you’ll need 400 ml Asian broth i. e. 1 container w/ frozen broth. Double all the other ingredients as well.

Shrimps: You may use any type of „shrimps“ you like i. e. smaller or bigger from Northern or Southern oceans.

Spaghetti: You may use any Chinese or Japanese noodles which happen to sit in your pantry.

Cooking spaghetti: you may also cook the spaghetti in Asian broth. Be aware that you’ll need some more broth in this case.

Chinese spices mix: I used a ready-to-use mix available in my trusted food store caring for the typical Chinese flavour.

Any Asian style soup should be served at once & enjoyed at once!

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This is a short description for a slim process… Well: Asian style soup making is easy & fast assumed you just have to go to your freezer & grab some frozen Asian broth…

All noodles used for the Asian soups don’t need more than some minutes of cooking or soaking in hot water/broth.

The typical Asian flavour comes w/ the Asian broth… (I’ll whistle-blow: you may also use straightforward simple home-made broth as well as any ready-to-use broth/stock from your trusted food store.)

Generally the main idea is:

  • cook some noodles
  • fry some meat or seafood
  • fry some vegetables
  • add hot broth
  • enjoy immediately!

The meat should be fit for stir-frying; use any vegetables available you’ll use for a wok dish. Add some spices to create an overall Asian flavor.

These Asian style soups consist mainly of hard stuff & only few hot liquid around. They will nourish you & restart your energies & heat you up when coming home & it’s raining, stormy, snowy… helping you to master any bad (weather) day!

 

 

 

The businesswoman w/ too many office hours thinks

I see: it’s always the same (I already stated…). I like it because there are lots of possibilities to combine until-now-non-processed leftovers – if vegetables, if meat, if seafood… & it’s so easy & fast!

 

 

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