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QUICK & Easy Spicy Asian Soup

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2 servings, or 1 really big serving Easy
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4 Ratings 

Ingredients (8)

  • Cellophane or Bean Thread Noodles
  • Left over fish or Tofu
  • Fresh Ginger Root (1 tsp chopped)
  • Fresh Spinach Leaves (1 large handful)
  • Miso Soup Powder (1 Tbs)
  • Hot Sesame Oil (1 tsp)
  • Toasted Sesame Oil (1 tbs)
  • Lime Juice (1-2 tbs)
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QUICK & Easy Spicy Asian Soup

I make a soup with either Tofu, or any leftover fish…. halibut, tilapia, salmon, sea bass, etc. It only takes 10 minutes to make from start to finish, but it tastes like an authentic asian soup dish. You can add or subtract ingredients like coconut milk, nori, or bean sprouts to make this dish your own.

Instructions

  1. 1Boil a large kettle of water for cellophane noodles, (which cook in a bowl with boiling water poured on them)
  2. 2In a med/large separate bowl, I add diced fresh ginger, chunks of fish, fresh spinach leaves, miso soup powder, hot sesame oil, toasted sesame oil, and a splash of lime juice.
  3. 3Add the remaining boiling water to the main ingredients bowl, drain the cellophane noodles & combine.
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