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Old 12-01-2013, 02:41 PM   #1
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Easy Asian Soup

Amounts are up to you..

frozen Asian potsticker dumplings..I like pork filling best
sliced nappa cabbage
strips of red bell pepper
dried shitake mushrooms
chicken broth (canned is fine)
soy sauce
white pepper

Defrost the potstickers. Soak mushrooms in boiling water until pliable and cut stems out with kitchen shears and then cut them into slices. Add them to a pot of chicken broth and simmer till tender. Add the cabbage and pepper strips and simmer till half tender. Add the defrosted potstickers dumplings and cook gently, and add soy sauce and white pepper.
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Old 12-01-2013, 03:35 PM   #2
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My dried shitakes plumped up beautifully, and taste just like fresh! I'm going to buy a case of them next time I hit the Asian market.
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Sounds like my kind of soup! I'll probably add a little ginger to it, just because I love ginger. Going to have to visit the store this week.
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Oh that sounds yummy, thanks for sharing!
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That does sound yummy.
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Amounts are up to you..

frozen Asian potsticker dumplings..I like pork filling best
sliced nappa cabbage
strips of red bell pepper
dried shitake mushrooms
chicken broth (canned is fine)
soy sauce
white pepper

Defrost the potstickers. Soak mushrooms in boiling water until pliable and cut stems out with kitchen shears and then cut them into slices. Add them to a pot of chicken broth and simmer till tender. Add the cabbage and pepper strips and simmer till half tender. Add the defrosted potstickers dumplings and cook gently, and add soy sauce and white pepper.
This looks wonderful and I know I'll love it. Thanks so much for sharing with us.
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My dried shitakes plumped up beautifully, and taste just like fresh! I'm going to buy a case of them next time I hit the Asian market.
We keep a lot of them in the freezer just for making soups. But we do buy the sliced ones.
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This looks wonderful and I know I'll love it. Thanks so much for sharing with us.
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