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Choi Sum Sweet Corn Soup
I’m going to show you another quick make soup tonight. It is called Choi Sum Sweet corn soup and it’s very quick treat to make it and it’s very nice. Let me show you the Choi Sum Soup. The ingredients we will need are about 400 grams of Choi Sum. I bought it from the Chinese store, wash them and hand break them into about 6 and 7 inches long and peel the skin of the stem. Just peel them because it will be too rough. Also we need one can of sweet corn and one onion, finely chopped here. We also need 100 gram of the prawns or shrimps and one teaspoon of salt and one teaspoon of stock chicken in bouillon when you're adding soup or anything you come dishes you put in there. It makes it really tasty.
We also need two tablespoon of other butter or margarine. I’ve got margarine here because I think it’s healthier. Let me show you how to make this First of all we melt the two tablespoon of the margarine in a pre-heated wok then we add the onions in. Cook about one minute when the onions are soft. When onions are softened we transfer to a pot and then we add 1 ½ pint of water. I always add 1 ½ pint because that serve for four of us and we’ll have some leftover because some of them may not want it more. So I will use stocks and then we add the sweet corn in and one teaspoon of salt.
Well, the salt is not is not measured one teaspoon just according to your own taste. And then we add the chicken bouillon which is one teaspoon as well and leave the soup. Bring the soup to boil. When the soup is boiled, add the shrimps, if you’re using fresh one just wait until the shrimps turned into a pink and they will be done. I’m using the cooked one but it’s frozen so I give it probably a minute, just stir it and give a minute. The soup is back to boil again so I add the Choi Sum in and just stir them into the soup and when the Choi Sum turned to a really light green color then yeah, that’s it. That’s done and you can pull out and enjoy your Choi Sum sweet corn soup. This is our lovely Choi Sum sweet corn and shrimp soup.