REALLY GOOD HOT AND SOUR SOUPFrom linebb956 7 years ago
- 3Dried wood ears shopping list
- These are a dried mushroom you find in a chinese supply store along with the tiger lily buds... shopping list
- 20Dried tiger lily buds shopping list
- 3cHot water shopping list
- ¼lb.pork butt shopping list
- MARINADE: shopping list
- ½tsRice wine or dry sherry shopping list
- ½tsCornstarch1tsSesame oil shopping list
- 1tsSalt2oz.fresh mushrooms, sliced shopping list
- ¼cShredded bamboo shoots shopping list
- 3" square bean curd, sliced shopping list
- 2tbWorcestershire sauce shopping list
- 2tsWhite vinegar and adjust (U always add more) shopping list
- 5tbCornstarch shopping list
- 5tbWater1 shopping list
- egg, beaten shopping list
- ½tsBlack pepper shopping list
- (I add a few shakes of crushed red pepper flakes) shopping list
- ½tsWhite pepper shopping list
- 1tbSesame oil6 shopping list
- ½cChicken broth or stock shopping list
- ¼cWater chestnuts shopping list
How to make it
- Soak wood ears and lily buds in 3 cups hot water 15 minutes to soften.
- Remove stems from softened wood ears.
- Shred wood ears with a cleaver.
- Slice pork into thin strips.
- Use a cleaver to chop strips into shreds.
- Combine marinade ingredients in a small bowl.
- Add pork shreds; mix well.
- Let stand 15 minutes.
- Combine chicken broth and salt in a medium saucepan.
- Bring to a boil over high heat; reduce heat to medium.
- Add mushrooms, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, wood ears and lily buds to broth.
- Simmer 3 to 4 minutes.
- Add pork shreds with marinade and bean curd.
- Bring to a boil.
- Add worcestershire sauce and vinegar, if desired.
- I did not think the worchestershire belonged so I used soy sauce..
- Dissolve cornstarch in 5 tablespoons water to make a paste.
- Slowly stir into soup.
- Cook over medium heat until soup thickens slightly.
- Stir egg into soup.
- Add black pepper, white pepper and sesame oil.
- This make an incrediable soup... Better than the take out or restaurants... Try it..
The Cooklinebb956 La Feria, TX
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Love the sound of this hot & sour soup. Gonna be trying this very soon. '5' forksbrianna in loved it
i love hot and sour soup its my favorite thank you great jobminitindel in THE HEART OF THE WINE COUNTRY loved it
Best I have ever made at home. I had to look for all the ingredents, but found them.lovinsun in loved it
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