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    From Central Market's Quick Cook Grains Bulgar package

    Recipe #480764

    Living in Japan, I miss my Mexican food! I used the Japanese equivalent of American vegetables, imported Rotel Tomatos and Swansons Chicken Broth and came up with a pretty good substitute. In Japan, you can't find large cuts of meat. Most of the meat is cut almost paper thin. The pork I use in this is very thin and I usually add it to the soup during the last 15 minutes or so. It cooks quickly in the simmering soup. If you can't find thinly sliced pork, buy a lean pork chop, partially freeze it and then slice it into thin strips. If you like more veggies in your soup, add green beans, zucchini squash or whatever else you have in the frige! Vegetarian? Omit the pork.

    Recipe #311444

    To be honest, I am not known for my great cooking but this is a dish even my son loves. Sometimes my husband even eats it for breakfast! It's so simple, just a few ingredients mixed together and you're done!

    Recipe #311413

    Next to Chili, there is nothing better on a cold and snowy day than a big bowl of Black Bean Soup. In Aizu, it snows a lot! After looking at a lot of recipes on RecipeZaar, I made a list of the things I wanted and headed for the local supermarket. Since labels are written in Japanese, I usually stick to the fresh produce and other things I can recognize. To make a long story short, I cooked the raw black beans I bought for a total of about 12 hours over 3 days and they never did get soft. I blended my soup ingredients anyway and although my black beans blended up black and tan, it still got a thumbs up from Jeff. But this is not the recipe for that soup. This is a recipe for a one pot soup that is delicious and just warms you to the bone! I named it Japanese Black Bean Soup just so you would look!

    Recipe #281710


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