2 Reviews

I think this recipe is worth 5 stars as a concept, rather than as a recipe that should be followed strictly. As Chef Mommie points out, the amount of broth is not given, though the instructions say to put about 1 cup of soup into each of 8 bowls. That makes me think that the broth should be 4 cups and, probably, concentrated. If this is a light accompaniment to a meal, I suppose 1 package of noodles and 1 egg may be enough. To eat this as a meal, I think you would want 1 package of noodles and 1 egg for each diner. I would add the soy sauce to taste. I didn't thicken my soup, but did add some hot sesame oil, green leafy vegetables and a little cilantro. I also used fresh ramen noodles instead of instant ones. It still took very little time to make and was very nice.

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mianbao July 25, 2011

I would give this 5 stars on taste, but unfortunately the ingredients and directions are missing the amount of broth that is mentioned in step 3. I used a 14 oz. can of chicken broth, but not sure if it was suppose to be more, due to the fact the recipe claims 8 servings. I enjoyed it none the less and sure wish Amy were here to straighten it out. "Remembering Amy"...Tina

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Chef Mommie June 01, 2007
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