Kurobuta Prime Ribs Daikon Soup

Add a distinctive umami flavour to  your pork ribs white daikon soup by adding dried octopus.

Daikon Radish helps to detoxify, promote digestion and reduce body dampness.

This dried octopus is slightly different from the normal dried squid. The mantle is not removed.

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Method:

Dried octopus are traditionally sun dried which gives a new dimension of flavours enriched the taste of the boiled soup.

Soak the dried octopus in warm water to soften.

You will notice the difference in taste and aroma.

Remove the daikon skin, cut them into wedges and wash.

Blanch  the pork ribs by bringing a large pot of water to the boil.

As soon as the water comes to a boil, add the pork ribs to blanch.

Skimmed the impurities from the surface and drained from the murky water. Rinse and set aside.

In a large pot, add sufficient water giving extra allowance to cover all the ingredients.

Bring water to rolling boil, add the blanched pork ribs and cook for half an hour before adding the daiko wedges and dried octopus.

Cook until the pork ribs are softened.

Add a little Chinese wine, light soy sauce and salt to taste.

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Check out this link for another method of preparing carrot soup.

https://flofoodventure.wordpress.com/2017/12/14/detox-with-carrot-soup/

 

 

 

 

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