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Vegetarian Hot Pot

Winter 2004, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

Your rating: None Average: 4.3 (46 votes)

Quick to prepare, this Asian-style noodle soup has all the makings of a one-pot meal. To punch up the heat, add a dab of chile-garlic sauce.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I added extra garlic (minced) to the broth, and we added raw peeled shrimp during the last step as we are not vegetarians. Better than expected! I have never had great luck cooking asian foods and this one will be a keeper! "
Vegetarian Hot Pot Recipe

12 Reviews for Vegetarian Hot Pot

04/28/2014
Delicious and easy vegetarian soup!

This soup is delicious and easy to make! I used vegetable broth and kale rather than bok choy. I love someone's suggestion to drizzle chili oil on it - I'll be doing that tonight.

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02/28/2014
Anonymous
Souper Soup!

Thanks for this recipe. I love hot pots but can't always afford to go out to eat. I used vegetable broth because I am vegan, and today I added miso and nutritional yeast to my bowl at the end to fortify and yummify it even more! The best part? I now have a delicious and nutritious replacement for those crappy, MSG-filled, commercial ramen noodles that my son likes to take in his school lunches. He can take this instead, and heat it up at school.

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09/01/2013
Anonymous
Easy to make, healthy, and so good!

I added more garlic, spice, and doubled the ramen noodles. I bet this recipe would be amazing with shrimp.

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11/16/2010
Anonymous

I added extra garlic (minced) to the broth, and we added raw peeled shrimp during the last step as we are not vegetarians. Better than expected! I have never had great luck cooking asian foods and this one will be a keeper!

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09/23/2010
Anonymous

We LOVE this recipe! I make it often - good thing it's really nutritious. We're eating it now, actually. I love to heap shredded carrot and copped green onions into the soup bowl and drizzle chili pepper sauce on top. I also save the sliced ginger that went in the soup stock in the beginning, chopping the softened ginger up and using it as another garnish. THANK YOU FOR THIS RECIPE!

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