Misua Teng (Misua Soup)

Misua soup is a dish I love to eat when I’m feeling unwell and I don’t have the appetite to eat anything. It’s comforting and filling at the same time.

Ingredients:

120 g ground pork

1 teaspoon salt

3 eggs

4 cups water

1 tablespoon onion, sliced (or shallots)

MSG

dash of salt

50 grams misua noodles (mee sua, miswa noodles)
pechay or cabbage, sliced (optional)

Procedure:

Fry the onion until it’s golden brown. Set aside.

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In a bowl, slightly beat the eggs.

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Add the ground pork and salt and mix.

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In a pan, stir fry the meat-egg mixture.

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In a stock pot, pour the 4 cups water and add the fried onion.

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Let it boil.

Add the stir fried meat-egg mixture.

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Let it simmer for a while before adding the misua noodles.

The misua noodles.

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Add the vegetables as well if you are going to add.

Let it boil then turn off the heat.

Serve.

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In summary:

Ingredients:

120 g ground pork

1 teaspoon salt

3 eggs

4 cups water

1 tablespoon onion, sliced (or shallots)

MSG

dash of salt

50 grams misua noodles (mee sua, miswa noodles)
pechay or cabbage, sliced (optional)

Procedure:

1. Fry the onion until it’s golden brown. Set aside.

2. In a bowl, slightly beat the eggs.

3. Add the ground pork and salt and mix.

4. In a pan, stir fry the meat-egg mixture.

5. In a stock pot, pour the 4 cups water and add the fried onion.

6. Let it boil.

7.Add the stir fried meat-egg mixture.

8. Let it simmer for a while before adding the misua noodles.

9. Separate the strands a little bit so it will not clump together when cooked.

10. Add the vegetables as well if you are going to add.

11. Let it boil then turn off the heat.

12. Serve.

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