Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Pork and Dumpling Noodle Soup
There is nothing that warms me more on a cold rainy day than soup! Today I was feeling slightly under the weather with the sniffles, so I was craving something with a bit of punch to warm me up and clear the nose/throat. This is the perfect meal for that purpose, and of course it is enjoyable when feeling well also! Its also a really easy meal to make, and super healthy.
Ingredients (serves two)
Fillet of Char Sui Pork (I make my own with a lean pork fillet and a jar of char sui paste from the Asian section in the supermarket. Marinate overnight, then roast in 180 degree oven for about half an hour. It tastes just like from the Chinese shop yum yum!)
Thin hokkien noodles
Sweet soy sauce (large splash)
Coriander (I use minced from a tube, about a teaspoon)
Spring Onion (3 stems)
One bunch bok choy
Prepare your noodle bowls. Soak hokkien noodles in boiling water for three minutes, then arrange in the bottom of two large noodle bowls. Slice pork fillets and divide between two bowls, arranging on top of noodles. Place some chopped bok choy on top of noodles, next to pork.