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Pork Misua Soup ~ 面线肉汤。


This is a simple one-pot meal which I serve quite often at home, especially during the hot and dry spell. Something soupy is very welcome in my family.  It's refreshing and not too heavy which can be served for lunch or dinner.



Pork Misua Soup ~   面线肉汤

Ingredients

  • 350 gm chicken bones for broth
  • 350 gm minced pork
  • eggs (optional)
  • vegetable of your own choice
  • 2 servings of Misua
  • Seasoning for minced pork - 1 tsp Rose wine, 1 tsp sesame oil, 1/2 tsp oyster sauce, 1/4 tsp salt and a dash of pepper
Method
  1. Clean and blanch chicken bones in some hot water. Rinse.
  2. In a pot, add about 3 cups of water and once the water is boiling, add in the chicken bones and let cook for about an hour.  Discard the chicken bones.
  3. Scoop some seasoned minced meat and cook in the soup.  Break in an egg if desired.
  4. In another pot, boil some water and blanch the vegetable, then cook the misua.
  5. Place the misua in a bowl, arrange the vegetable, minced pork, egg and soup.
  6. Serve with chopped bird eye chillies and some chopped garlic.

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