Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Bean Sprout Soup


Easy clear soup recipe that anyone can make. This soup is very convenient to serve because it can be served either hot or chilled. When it's served cold, a bowl of bean sprout soup could taste very refreshing. I usually make this in a large quantity and serve it hot on the first day, and then from the second day and onward I simply take it out of the refrigerator and serve it chilled. Enjoy simple cooking :D

Ingredients for 1 serving:
bean sprout (1 bag or 300g)
water (5 cup)
scallion (1 stalk)
garlic (1 tsp, minced)
salt (1/2 tbl)
sesame oil (1 tbl)


1.
Wash the bean sprouts in water and drain.
2.
Heat a pot over medium heat and spread a tablespoon of sesame oil.
3.
Stir-fry the bean sprouts in sesame oil. It should sizzle.
4.
When the bean sprouts are half way cooked, add water and bring to boil. Cook for approximately 5 to 10 minutes.
5.
Cut the scallion into 1 to 2 inches long.
6.
Minced the garlic.
7.
Add the scallion and garlic to the soup and boil for another minute or so.


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4 comments:

Slowly learning Korean said...

In Korean, is this called 콩나물 국수 ? (I am guessing)

Migi said...

you were close. this is called "콩나물국".

"국" means soup and "국수" means noodle soup.

Goldfishie said...

I just tried making it, and it was super super easy. it's nice and simple with the flavor, and can go well with most of the foods that I make already ^_^

am I just really blind, or did you not specify when to add the salt? or was that an optional "to taste" ingredient for when we've finished making it?

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