Ground pork makes this otherwise light and bright soup hearty enough for dinner. You won’t believe how quick and easy it is to pull together.
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This was amazing! The broth is SO unctuous. I did NOT fry anything before hand and it was perfect. The pork is tender, the bok choy is tender and the broth takes on all the flavor of each ingredient. I wouldn’t change a thing. I did add some lime and once some cilantro too- it was also amazing that way.
Very nice. Like others, I browned the pork first. Nice flavors and very easy to prepare.
Made this for dinner last night. Good thing I doubled the recipe. Husband I both loved it and so easy to do. Only thing I did differently was saute the pork along with the garlic and ginger then added it to the soup base. Yummy.
Why, oh why did I not follow my instincts and brown the ground pork first? Flavors are good, though.
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