Many ingredients yet minimal work makes for a full-flavored soup that’s great served in small cups at a cocktail party or simply as a warming meal on a cold night.
What to buy: Chinese black vinegar is a robustly flavored rice vinegar that can be found at most Asian markets.
Game plan: The soup can be made through step one (minus the tofu) up to 1 day in advance, then cooled, covered, and refrigerated. Rewarm over medium heat, add tofu, and simmer over medium-low heat until warmed through, about 10 minutes.
This recipe was featured as part of our Spicy Holiday Cocktail Party menu.
Beverage pairing: Domaine des Baumard Crémant de Loire Brut NV “Carte Turquoise,” France. Sparkling wines make good textural contrasts for soups, and the earthy flavors of this Chenin Blanc–based sparkler will work with the mushrooms, ginger, bamboo shoots, and soy sauce in the soup.
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