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I made this for the two us for dinner tonight. I used all the pork and cabbage and 4 cups of stock. I used fresh chow mein noodles which I heated, then put in the bottom of the bowl. I added in an onion, one clove of garlic and used fresh ginger as I think it works better than powder in asian food. I garnished the finished soup with fresh coriander and served lime wedges on the side. This is a spectacularly yummy soup and while it would be good as written, it was unbelievable with those few additions. Thanks so much for posting.

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JustJanS December 06, 2010

I thought this was okay, but a bit bland so I added a thai chili pepper to the mix. I think I will try some of the reviewers suggestions next time and see if if comes out more fab.

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psycedmom October 27, 2012

Mmm mmm good! I made this soup as written using pre-cut bagged cabbage and fresh chow mein noodles. Next time will be following the advice of other reviewers by adding some fresh cilantro and green onion to make it an over the top soup. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl January 23, 2011

YUM!! I used chicken breast instead of pork, reduced the oil and used bok choy,fresh ginger and added fresh garlic (a lot). I also added cilantro just before serving. We loved this soup which reminds somewhat of the Vietnamese Pho. Very easy to put together, we will be making this again.

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Deantini December 19, 2010
Cantonese Soup