I love preparing Asian cuisine. I know it can be intimidating to prepare but, once you learn how to combine a few everyday ingredients that later become components for multiple Asian dishes, you realize how easy it is! This is exactly why I’m sharing my recipe for Crazy Easy Asian Soup Broth.
Crazy Easy Asian Soup Broth
This recipe is my 30-minute “cheater” broth because it doesn’t require hours to cook and doesn’t call for any unusual ingredients. Check out the produce list for this broth:
- Green Onion
That’s it! Those are the ingredients (besides sesame oil, water, and salt) that make this recipe so easy and delicious!
And here’s how you get this veggie broth from one-to-done:
Chop and sauté veggies:
Add water to veggies and simmer 20 minutes:
That’s it! No fancy moves…just a few simple steps.
So, how did my Crazy Easy Asian Soup Broth recipe come about?
During my first cold this season, I needed some serious nutrients and hydration. No surprise, right? But, I didn’t have any canned, brothy soups on hand (a blessing in disguise).
So, I whipped up my Feel Better Pho soup using my Crazy Easy Asian Soup Broth recipe as the soup base.
I realize, a pre-made vegetable broth would have been more convenient, but I was aaaallll set on getting the benefits of a fresh, produce-infused broth. It’s the only way to fly when you’re fighting off a serious cold.
And you don’t need a cold to make this broth. In fact, here are four ways I’ll be using the recipe:
- Ramen or rice noodle soup
- Wonton soup
- Vietnamese-style pho
- Detox sipping broth
Who knew an Asian-style veggie broth could be so easy and versatile?
Here’s a snap of that Feel Better Pho I mentioned earlier. Once the broth is done, you add noodles, cilantro, lime, peanuts, green onions, and jalapeño peppers. That’s how I roll anyway!
I can’t wait for you to get my Crazy Easy Asian Soup Broth recipe up your sleeve. Just wait until you taste it!
Cheers to making easy, comfort food from scratch…and always to our health!
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