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Category Archives for "Asian Soups"

How to Make a Simple Pork Meatball Soup

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One of my favorite types of soups to make when I’m short on time are simple meatball soups. All you need are some basic root veggies, some greens, a few herbs and spices and of course, some ground meat and bone broth. It’s amazing how something so simple can be so delicious. In this post […]

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How to Make Congee in Different Ways

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There’s so many reasons why you should make congee – cost, simplicity, nourishment, gut health – but one of the biggest reasons is that you can make an almost unlimited amount of recipes from one pot of rice. Let me show you how I do it at home: How to Make a Plain Rice Congee […]

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How to Make Asian Noodle Soups Without Recipes

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Looking for some unique, fun dishes to cook while we’re all hunkered down at home? Today, I’m going to share my go-to meal during this crazy Covid-19 epidemic – Asian noodle soups without recipes. They’re a truly great way to make a wide variety of quick, cheap, nourishing and ridiculously delicious meals. Sure, you can […]

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Burmese Tomato Fish Curry

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Welcome to the final installment of my 6-part fresh tomato soup series, a Burmese tomato fish curry!  It combines my love of Southeast Asian cuisine with another unique way to use fresh in-season tomatoes, the true purpose of this whole series. And so I’m turning to Burma, a country I fell in love with during my […]

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Japanese Tomato Noodle Soup

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I don’t know if was divine intervention or just pure luck but this Japanese tomato noodle soup is one of the best soups I’ve ever created. I say “created” and not “made” because it’s truly an original recipe. You can’t google “Japanese tomato noodle soup” and come up with anything like it. I’m not trying […]

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How to Make a Japanese Dashi Broth

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If you’ve ever had a traditional bowl of miso soup, chances are it was made with a Japanese dashi broth. It’s an essential part of Japanese cuisine and gives that classic umami flavor to many Japanese dishes, especially, of course, soups! It’s also one of the easiest broths to make at home as it takes […]

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Indian Tomato Soup Recipe

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Welcome to part 4 in my 6-part series on making tomato soup with fresh tomatoes! Today’s recipe is for an Indian tomato soup which was inspired by my travels in India many years ago. And yes, I’m going to share the story. I KNOW I KNOW everyone hates long, boring recipe stories. But this one […]

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Thai Tomato Soup Recipe

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Let’s face it. Tomato soup isn’t exactly the most exotic soup in the world. Well, that changes starting today with part 3 in my 6-part tomato soup series for a Thai tomato soup recipe. Now that’s probably not too surprising if you follow Fearless Eating regularly. I did write a book on Thai soups, after […]

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How to Make Chicken Pho

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Welcome back to my 3-part series on how to make pho! In part 1 we learned to make a Saigon pho. In part 2, it was a Hanoi pho. And today, for part 3, we’ll learn how to make a chicken pho recipe. Chicken pho is a great alternative to Saigon and Hanoi pho (which […]

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How to Make a Hanoi Pho

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Unless you’re from Vietnam you may not be aware that there are two main styles of pho – Hanoi pho (the northern variation) and Saigon pho (the southern variation). Most of what’s served in Vietnamese restaurants in America is the Saigon-style, which I featured in part 1 of this 3-part series. I’ve read that many Vietnamese are […]

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Saigon Pho Recipe: How to Make Pho Part 1

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Welcome to my three-part series on how to make pho, Vietnam’s famous noodle soup. In this series, I’m going to explore and share recipes for the three most popular types of pho. Today, we’ll look at the most popular version outside Vietnam, a Saigon pho recipe. I’ll follow this up with a Hanoi pho, and […]

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How to Make a Stinging Nettles Congee

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As far as I know, no one has ever made a stinging nettles congee. Well, at least according to Google. That’s right I found ZERO stinging nettles congee recipes online. So as far as the internet is concerned, you are witnessing the first-ever¬†nettles congee recipe. Pretty cool when you think about it. Still, it is […]

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