Saimin Broth

Saimin Broth

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Shirley Makekau

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I got this broth recipe from Honolulu newspaper from "Harrys Kitchen" long ago.Amounts were not given so I just taste test when I make this broth. I serve this broth over saimin noodles and garnish with
sliced fish cake, sliced char su, fried egg cut into strips and chopped green onion over all. Add some shoyu and pepper to it and serve piping hot.

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★★★★★ 1 vote

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Ingredients

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    chicken bones,with little meat on them
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    pork bones with little meat in them
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    dashi
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    sea salt
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    carrot
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    water to cover bones

How to Make Saimin Broth

Step-by-Step

  1. Put all ingredients in a pot and simmer for a few hours
  2. remove bones and carrot and strain so you get a clear broth.

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About Saimin Broth

Course/Dish: Other Soups Other Sauces
Regional Style: Asian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy



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