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If you like a lot of broth in your soup, then you'll love our Hot and Sour Soup. It's just like the kind that you can order at your favorite Chinese restaurant, except that it's been lightened up to meet your diabetic diet needs.
Top each bowl with thinly sliced scallions and serve with Chinese noodles.
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Mar 19, 2013
This is a good basic soup but there won't be a lot of hot if made as described. A dash of chili oil or better yet, garlic chili sauce (Thai and in Asian section in stores) will add some heat. I have also added finely diced a jalapeno or serrano pepper, both seeded, to the soup. Depends upon how much heat you desire.
Jan 22, 2017
A sprinkle of red pepper flakes will provide all the heat you need without expensive or hard to get ingredients I have eaten this soup in many Chinese restaurants and can see the tiny flakes in this soup just a pinch will do it
Nov 24, 2012
So delicious I recommend
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