Vegan Hot and Sour Soup Recipe
A mushroom and tofu extravaganza! The exotic ingredients in this enticing soup may be found in Asian grocery stores. Don't let the extra effort keep you from trying this tasty treat!
This is FANTASTIC. I didn't even have half of the stuff the recipe called for, but I wanted hot & sour soup because I am sick with a stuffy nose. So I used what I had, following this basic recipe, and wow! It's so good! Here's what I used: tofu, tamari instead of soy, rice vinegar (lots of it), veggie broth, water, black pepper, chili flakes, sriracha and the cornstarch. Since I was sick and didn't feel like putting it all in different bowls, i just sort of dumped it all in the pan. It came out sooooo good and cleared my nose right up!
Best hot and sour recipe I've found yet! Might have been my broth, but I found 3 tbs of soy sauce to be 1 too many. Everything else was perfect. I think the white pepper is very important, so would not recommend leaving that out. Add sliced scallions before serving. Delicious.
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