Recipe: Huaishan Glutinous Rice Pork Soup

Home Cooking Recipe: Huaishan Glutinous Rice Pork Soup

Notes:

Guangdong is very hot and humid, Laoguang are very fond of soup, hot and damp, this soup is the first! Ingredients are approximate values, you don't have to use the amount of weighing, probably so much. Pig bones can be replaced with chicken, duck, lean meat, etc., as you like.

Ingredients:

Steps:

  1. Home Cooking Recipe: Wash the soup except the pork bones and soak in the water (it is not recommended to use tap water to make the soup water). The water soaked in the soup can be used directly for soup.

    Wash the soup except the pork bones and soak in the water (it is not recommended to use tap water to make the soup water). The water soaked in the soup can be used directly for soup.

  2. Home Cooking Recipe: Boil water, water, and wash the pig bones for about 3-4 minutes. After it is filled out, rinse the blood foam attached to the pork bone with cold water.

    Boil water, water, and wash the pig bones for about 3-4 minutes. After it is filled out, rinse the blood foam attached to the pork bone with cold water.

  3. Pour the soup in the water into the casserole together with the water, and put the pork bone after the drowning into the casserole (the water that passes through the pig bones must not be used). Note: Add water to the right amount, not too full to prevent the soup from overflowing.

  4. After the fire is boiled, turn to the smallest fire and cook for 2 hours. Friendly reminder: It is recommended to use casserole, slowly simmer with natural gas, electric appliances such as electric cooker can not taste the taste of Guangdong old fire soup!

  5. 10 minutes before the pot, put the right amount of salt, pay attention to salty, according to personal taste.


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