pork noodle soup with ginger and garlic | kelly’s kitchen

  1. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    Kelly, this sounds so good! Been yearning for Asian soup, though temps our way are still hitting the 90s. Sigh. But a cold front is forecast for Tuesday and I imagine this soup would be perfect. As you walked us through its prep, could hear and smell and taste! I definitely eat with my eyes and this dish draws me in. You’re a great inspiration. Thank you, and thanks to Beth for sharing you. The last 6 months’ worth of Saturday mornings have been like a gift waiting to be opened! Happy weekend! Hugs~

    • Hello Sylvia, I really think you’ll like this dish. It really hits the spot! Thank you so much for your kind words. I am so happy that you look forward to Kelly’s Kitchen, it really is my pleasure to bring cooking inspiration to all of Beth’s readers. Good to hear from you this week, take care and have a great weekend! xo Kelly

  2. carla says:

    This looks yummy! I will try it this week.

  3. Terry says:

    Hi kelly, great recipe I was planning on making soup tonight. I’m going to make this. I think though, I might use thinly sliced Pork, everything else the same I’ll take pics tonight
    Mom ♥️

  4. Eve says:

    That looks so good! The fish sauce is new to me in soup. I love soup & a nice butternut squash soup is really tasty but I miss my Mamas stone soup. She just put whatever she had on hand in it and it was delicious. No crackers for Manas soup. She served cornbread with it. A Southern Mama.😊

    • Hi Eve, fish sauce is a common umami-rich ingredient in a lot of Vietnamese soups. Used sparingly, it can even add a little flavor bomb to something like tomato sauce! Soups are wonderful in the way that they can be endlessly modified with whatever we have on hand. I love cornbread with bean soup! Thanks so much for writing in today, I always enjoy hearing from you! Have a great weekend! xo Kelly

  5. Kenzie McConnel says:

    This soup sounds delicious. Like you I am very partial to Asian styled soups.
    Instead of chicken or beef stock I often make up a stock using white miso paste and boiling water. Gives the soup a great taste. Also some finely sliced button mushrooms for more umami flavour.
    I enjoy your recipes as they are fresh and zingy. Keep up the good work.

  6. Mary says:

    This sounds really good. I’m going to try it.

  7. Susan Vallee says:

    I made the pork noodle soup tonight. My husband and I loved it! This is the second noodle recipe I have tried from your blog and they were both excellent. Now ai need to look back at your other recipes to try! Susan

    • That’s so great, Susan! I am so happy you both enjoyed the noodle soup! Thanks so much for writing in to let me know it was a success. Have a great evening, xo Kelly

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