How to Prepare Tasty Salty pork mince and Spinach soup
Salty pork mince and Spinach soup. This pork meatball spinach soup is one of my favorites! It's light with the sweet taste of spinach. I mince my own meat at home by cutting and chopping it.
Steamed Minced Pork with Salty Eggs 咸蛋蒸豬肉 by youcancookgourmet.com with Joyce Ho. Video shot by Colvin Jason Exconde. This is a filling pork and spinach orzotto – like a risotto, but with pearl barley instead of rice. You can have Salty pork mince and Spinach soup using 7 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Salty pork mince and Spinach soup
- Prepare 200 g of lean pork mince.
- You need 1 of onion.
- You need 1 bunch of spinach.
- Prepare of Salt.
- You need of Dashi stock.
- Prepare of Sugar.
- Prepare of Fish sauce.
Stir in the pearl barley and spinach and cook for a couple of minutes. Add the white wine and allow to evaporate. Now gradually add the stock ladle by ladle, waiting until each ladleful has been absorbed. The spinach and milk taste much more blended together.
Salty pork mince and Spinach soup step by step
- Peal and chop onion into small cubes..
- Heat oil on frying pan at high temperature..
- Throw the onion in and stir until its colour turns clear..
- Throw in the mince, save 1 tsp for the soup..
- Add 1/2 tsp salt and 1/4 tsp sugar. Lower the temperature to medium high. Stir until meat turns brown..
- Add 1 tbsp of fish sauce, stir well and remove from heat..
- Wash spinach and roughly chop..
- Boil a pot of water at high temperature. Add salt and dashi stock to taste. Add 1 tbsp of mince into the soup and let boil..
- Once water is boiled, throw spinach in. Wait for soup to be boiled again and remove the pot from heat..
- Serve with rice..
I loved this for breakfast with Triscuits( No affliation I just love Triscuits) crushed in and a little I used a little real onion minced finely instead of dried stuff but you have to mince it finely. Cook's Notes for Pork Dumpling and Spinach Soup. When I made this soup, the only peppers I had on hand were the little red Thai peppers. They were perfect for spicing up this soup, but you can't use a lot of them. One is probably enough for most.