Seaweed and Egg Soup
Characteristics: Seaweed and egg soup has attractive color, refreshing taste and delicious, fragrant and yet not oily.
One of the common soups in any Chinese family, the seaweed (laver) and egg soup is a simple but delicious soup with salty but yet fresh taste.
It is mainly made of seaweed and egg; some dried shrimps may be added to make it more appetizing.
dried seaweed, 10 g
dried shrimps, 5 g
Crack the egg into a bowl or a small basin and add a little bit salt. Beat it up.
chicken essence (chicken stock/bouillon) or monosodium glutamate
Note: the amount of the seasonings listed above can be appropriately used according to one's personal taste.
Fill the wok with one bowl of water. Turn on the heat. Pour in the beaten egg slowly when the water is boiling.
Add in the seaweed and the dried shrimps once the beaten eggs turn into yellowish flower floating about. Boil it for 30 seconds. Then add in salt and chicken essence.
Now, turn off the fire, pour the seaweed and egg soup into a fine porcelain bowl. Add in the sesame oil and stir it lightly until well mixed.
Cooking as what the recipe written, a plate of fresh and delicious seaweed and egg soup is completed, especially nutritious and healthy to your body.
On August 11, 2013, Ms. Jami and Mr. David from Australia paid a private visit to a local family in Xi'an, where they also took part in a Chinese cooking class offered by the host. Making dumpling was fun and the Seaweed and Egg Soup cooked by them was delicious as well. They also loved to see how other dishes were prepared. We appreciated that they deemed this visit an amazing experience because the host was kind enough to share her superior cooking skills with them.
On Apr. 15, 2013, Mr. Dariusz and Ms. Katarzyna from Poland had a truly home-cooked meal in a Xi'an family well-chosen by our company. All of the dishes were prepared and cooked by themselves and the warm-hearted hostess, especially that the Seaweed and Egg Soup and the Black Pepper Beef were completely made by Mr. Kociolek himself under the careful directions of the hostess. Mr. Kociolek said that it was very interesting and enjoyable.
On July 26, 2012, Mr. Charles, Ms. Joanne, Ms. Kaitlin, Ms. Ericka & Mr. James from Jamaica had a truly home-made lunch in a private apartment in Xi'an. All the dishes were cooked by them and the host together, especially that Kung Pao Chicken, Seaweed and Egg Soup and Pan Fried Dumplings were made by Joanne and Ericka themselves under the instructions of the host. They said that it was a great experience and was lots of fun.
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