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Made from thinly sliced pork fillet, fresh ginger, spring onions and Chinese noodles. It is quick and easy to prepare, and makes a great first course for a dinner party.
This warm and comforting soup is perfect for a rainy evening after work when you need a quick supper fix.
This soup is what we eat in our house when we are trying to fight away colds. The ginger, garlic, chilli and chicken stock are a very comforting combination.
Lovely tastes just like the one you get from the Chinese takeaway. Quick and easy to make. If you like a bit of spice, add some chilli flakes. If you find the soup too thin, add a little more cornflour.
This spicy beef and mushroom soup is great as a starter or a main, with buckwheat noodles its very warming and filling
Lean steak is flash-fried then added to a full-flavoured beef stock with oriental vegetables and nests of fine egg noodles in this attractive noodle-bar favourite. Delicious!
This light, refreshing soup has flavours that are characteristic of Chinese cookery: sesame, ginger and star anise. The dried mushrooms and dried shrimps can be found in larger supermarkets and Oriental food stores.
A tasty soup that gives off a lovely aroma whilst cooking! Making this soup from the whole chicken and long cooking develop a rich, flavourful broth.
As soon as I start to feel like I'm getting a cold, I make this noodle soup. The flavour of spicy chillies, fresh ginger and mint never fail to make me feel better. You can add some cooked chicken if need something more filling.
Hand-pulled noodles are a tradition from Lanzhou in northwest China. Called Lamian, the 2 to 3 metre-long noodles are made simply with water, flour and patience! Served with a delicate beef broth, this is a truly special Chinese regional dish.