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Kuay Chap Soup with Vegetables
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Kuay Chap Soup with Vegetables

Prep Time: 15-20 minutes

Cook Time: 10-12 minutes

Asian rice flake noodles are delicious in soups and stir-fries. I love to make them for Summer and Winter. The big flat noodles resemble Mexican tortillas. In Mexico a similar soup is made using corn tortillas and vegetables. I have many Asian markets around here that carry a variety of noodles. I prefer to shop at Asian markets when purchasing noodles. These noodles are egg free and are made from rice or beans. Good for diabetic and gluten-free diets as well as Vegan.

Ingredients:

1 Package Kuay Chap Noodles; softened in hot water 3 Quarts Water 2 Medium carrots; cut into slices ½ Head fresh broccoli; cleaned and cut into bite size pieces ½ Cup fresh Snow Peas; cut into thirds ½ Head Cauliflower; cleaned and cut into bit size pieces 1 Cup Fresh or Frozen Corn 20 Mushroom; steamed and chopped 1 Onion finely chopped 3 Cloves Fresh Garlic minced 1 Teaspoon Fresh Ginger minced 1 Bunch Green Onions; diced 1 Bunch Fresh Mint, chopped fine 1 Package Chinese 5 Spice Soup Mix or 3 Vegan bouillon cubes Salt and Pepper to taste

Prepare:

1. Prepare kuay chap noodles by soaking in hot water to soften; drain and set aside 2. Bring water to boil in large pot over high heat, add package of five spice or vegetable bouillon cubes, carrots, onions, broccoli, cauliflower, ginger, garlic, mushroom; boil until tender about 6 minutes 3. Add snow pears, corn salt and pepper; boil 3 minutes 4. Add kuay chap noodles, boil 2 minutes until soft, do not over cook

Serve:

Serve in bowl topped with fresh mint leaves and green onions.

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  1. Terry McGee
    Yumm love Asian noodles - voted
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    1. Eve Sherrill York
      Eve Sherrill York
      Me too!
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    2. Eve Sherrill York
      Eve Sherrill York
      Oh, good. Thank you.
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  2. BuddhasDelight
    BuddhasDelight
    i don't know why i never thought to put noodles in my asian soups! this one sounds delicious. thank you, voted! :) please also check out my latest post for spicy hummus black bean wraps and vote if you enjoy it. thanks!
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    1. BuddhasDelight
      BuddhasDelight
      mmm. the more i look at this the more excited i am to try it, all my favorite flavors. i love ginger and mint especially! i hope you have more recipes like this one... :)
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      1. Eve Sherrill York
        Eve Sherrill York
        I have a million of 'em! LOL
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        1. BuddhasDelight
          BuddhasDelight
          grrrreat! :)
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    2. Eve Sherrill York
      Eve Sherrill York
      Oooh! That sounds good.
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  3. Julie Sinclair
    Julie Sinclair
    My my this looks so deliious. I do love Asian noodles and I use a lot of Asian noodles when I cook. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us. Julie
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    1. Eve Sherrill York
      Eve Sherrill York
      I am a fan as well.
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  4. Jose Rodriguez
    Looks delicious
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    1. Eve Sherrill York
      Eve Sherrill York
      It is.
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  5. Granny Smith
    Granny Smith
    This looks delicious and would be excellent for the soup at my dinner party I am having this weekend. I will have to try this soon.
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    1. Eve Sherrill York
      Eve Sherrill York
      Hope you have a chance to try it. It is very good.
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  6. Shiela
    I adore Asian noodles and this soup looks amazing
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    1. Eve Sherrill York
      Eve Sherrill York
      I love them too.
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