By Ilysse on May 10, 2006
"I have been looking for a good recipe for a good chinese broth like the one served in a local restaurant. They add spinach and bean curd (tofu) and I just love it. I hope this is what I am looking for. I guess you could add any number of things, chinese vegies, wontons, use it as an eggdrop soup base, whatever. I haven't tried it yet, just placing it here for safe keeping. I'll update when I do try it and let you know what I think, good or bad."
Serving Size: 1 (4740 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Very good light broth. I used pieces of pork chops and chicken wings but kept the meat after 3 hours of cooking and shredded it for eating in the broth. Overall it was quite good and most definately a keeper. Added sliced mushrooms, spinach, rice noodles, finely diced cabbage, freshly sliced Thai chillies and the shredded meat with Nam Plah and soy sauce to taste."
"I just did this style of broth this morning for our lunch. I added carrots, celery and yellow onions as well. I didn't add any rice wine since I didn't think it needed it. We'll be eating it with noodles and some spinach for a light lunch."