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Thai Soup

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Serves 5

A popular Thai style soup with a delicious and light taste

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Ingredients

  • - 5 glasses of water
  • - 3 cabbages
  • - 3 pieces of Thai tofu
  • - 1 small pack vermicelli
  • - 4 carrots
  • - 500g of pork
  • - 25g of pepper
  • - little bit of salt ,sugar and fish sauce
  • - 500g of seaweed

Method

    1. Boil 5 glass of the water in the pot over a medium heat
    2. Wash the cabbages and carrots then drain in a colander
    3. Mix the 500g of pork with a vermicelli then add 25g of pepper in a bowl
    4. Add little pieces of pork mixture in the water then stir with a wooden spoon wait for about 4-5 minutes
    5. Chop the cabbage and carrot in to smaller pieces
    6. Remove the skin of the carrot using a peeler then put cabbage and carrot into the boiling water with pork mixture
    7. Add 3 Thai tofu 500g of seaweed some fish sauce ,sugar ,salt and pepper as much as you want then wail for about 7-8 minutes
    8. Serve using a ladle

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