BROCOLLI AND NOODLES IN SOUP

This is a nice light and healthy meal. All you chinese soup lovers will love this. I made it with a chinese chicken stock but you can make it with a clear vegetable stock also.
I will give you options on how to make both the stocks.
INGREDIENTS PER PERSON:
1 small round ball of chinese noodles ( i used the shrimp flavor)
1 cup of brocolli florets
2 cups of chicken or vegetable stock
1-2 dried chinese mushrooms, soaked in water for a few hours and then chopped
soya sauce and salt to taste
a few drops of sesame oil
a sprinkle of white pepper powder
FOR CHICKEN STOCK:
boil chicken bones in water removing the scum properly. Add onions, celery and a pounded piece of ginger once all the scum is removed and boil for an hour. Strain and add salt.
u have your chicken stock
FOR VEGETABLE STOCK.
boil vegetables such as celery,cabbage, onions, carrots, turnip and pounded ginger in water till tender
Add salt and strain.
u have your vegetable stock.
FOR THE DISH:
Put the stock to boil and add the brocolli and the noodles and cook till noodles are soft and brocolli is crunchy. Add the sauces to taste and serve hot.
This is the pic of the noodles i used but you can use any noodles of your choice. The amount of soup you want in your bowl depends on you!!
Light and delicious!!

If you cant have gluten you can use rice noodles 🙂

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One Response to BROCOLLI AND NOODLES IN SOUP

  1. Otra receta bien rica. Tengo que comprar aceite de sesamo.
    Beso

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