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In this cooking lesson learn how to make vegetarian kuay diu soup, which is a flat rice noodle soup part 2/2.
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Now what I’m going to do is I throw in what will bring out the nice flavor. The mushroom first, so it’s nice and clean and healthy to eat too. I put in carrots, just a little bit of carrot. This carrot here is half a cup. Half a cup of carrots, half a cup of woody fungus and this one here is whole bunch of gai lan which will come to two cups. When you cook this, it’s nothing. So the two cups of gai lan or a whole bunch of gai lan and this is one cup of the chicken thing. This is two cups of the bean curd sheet, you crush them up. You just break them up. So easy as this. When you take it out from the packet, you just break them up like that then soak it in water. This has many many uses not only in soup. As I said the recipes goes on. That’s nice and boiling. I don’t want to overcook my vegetables, you don’t want to over all vegetables. The funky mushroom is okay. You can cook it well, carrot you can cook it well so that they get all the flavor in it and the carrot here adds up color to the soup as well. Add in all the chicken, vegetarian chicken slices, this is 135 grams. 175 gram sorry. The packet content is-I think the packet was 350 grams. We used half of it last night and half is for tonight in a very nice soup. So simple, you add everything in on a high flame then you add in without the water of course, the soya bean sheet. So it’s protein here is complete high protein. Just drain off the water and add it all in, and it’s a very colorful soup, very rich in nutrients. So you’re not just eating soup with a little bit of vegetables. You must try and take as much veggies as you can to give you all the nutrients and lots of fiber as well. So cook this properly, let it come to a boil. Then you can, I don’t think you don’t even have to add any soy sauce but some people do like it and pepper and put it on the table. That’s coming up to a boil. If I want to speed it, just cover it up. Coming to a full boil. I just want to know, very nice. If I add some soy sauce too and what I do now is throw in the noodles. This fat rice sheet noodles that’s well folded. As they cook, they all come away. Wow. Looking good. So easy. No skill cooking I call this. This is really a no skill cooking so how can anybody out there say I can't cook. Watch the video again, go to the shop, go to the kitchen and everything is there. Now the noodles cook very quickly. It takes about 2 minutes only to cook the noodles because the noodles have already been presteamed. Throw in all the veggies. Lots of veggies. The more you eat, the better it is. Just push the veggies in to just cook it. Soy sauce you can add, I have to taste it if it’s good. One tablespoon of soy sauce. Everything is already cooked. I’m just cooking the vegetables further, that’s all so that it’s nice and tender. Now this is sesame oil. You can put a few drops of sesame oil at the end on the soup itself about one teaspoon, just dribble it in and you get a lovely smell. Nutty flavor of the sesame seeds. So it’s ready to go and then you can put some pepper in here and last night I was so sneezing, maybe you can put it on the serving bowl itself. Ready, I’ll show you how it can be served. This is a fresh basil, you just add it on the bowl itself. You serve it. This is for the lady’s size perhaps. This is for the man’s size depending on how hungry you are. You can always come for second serves. So I’m just showing you how you can serve it in a bowl, that has come to a nice boil. Everything is presoaked so they take very – hardly any time to cook it. Ready. So what I do is switch is off, just turn off and show you how I serve in the big size. The noodles then top it up with all the goodness of the vegetables, carrots, not artificial, vegetarian chicken. Lots of veggies. So that’s the full meal. It’s one meal all by itself. Well balanced, can you see it? Then some pepper. Wow. You can also have some sliced chilies, hot chilies in the soy sauce to serve with this. Yes, I forgot, your basil, this basil you can just break some up just to throw it on the soup and it gives it the beautiful fragrance. I can even smell it now. It’s ready. The pepper is getting to my nose. That’s it. Easy, no skill cooking is a vegetarian noodle soup. Yum yum, let’s try, bon appétit. Very nice. You better go and cook it. I’ll see you later, see you again.