How to make it

  • Put all your orange juice, stock, and ginger in your soup pot, and put on medium heat.
  • Prep all your vegetables while your stock is slowly warming up, wash and slice so everything is matchstick size. If you are lucky, your grocery store will have products ready-sliced for you, such as the carrots, bamboo shoots, etc. The green onions can be sliced smaller for less 'bite'.
  • Place all your vegetables in the soup pot at once, bring the temperature up to medium-high, and let simmer for about 10 minutes until vegetables are still crunchy, but becoming tender. Do NOT let the soup come to a boil and do not overcook, your bok choy can't handle it and will go greyish.
  • Meanwhile, boil your soba noodles seperately, they will only take a few minutes to become el dente.
  • Add soy sauce to your soup to your taste preference (or put it out on the table for the diners to add to their own bowls).
  • Place soba noodles in bottom of serving bowls, and ladle hot soup over noodles, and presto! Serve with a spoon AND fork!

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    " It was excellent "
    mbeards2 ate it and said...
    This sounds great! I can't wait to try it.
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