Chinese Sizzling Rice Soup Recipes
Sizzling rice soup is a popular Chinese soup recipe. Chinese chefs deliberately overcook rice to make dishes like Chinese sizzling rice soup recipes. Rice is so commonplace in Chinese recipes that the chefs will even use overcooked rice and make something wonderful with it. When the deep fried rice makes contact with the hot soup, it crackles and pops, which is how this Chinese soup recipe gets its name.
By cooking the rice before adding it to the following Chinese soup recipe, you can enjoy its crunchy texture. If you want to make an unusual Chinese soup recipe, this one will delight the whole family. Sizzling rice is something brand new to many Chinese food fans, especially if you usually go to your local Chinese buffet and have the same dishes each time, or if you have Chinese take outs often.
Instead of relying on those staples though, have a go at making your own Chinese soup, and you will be amazed how tasty and fresh the flavor of the finished soup is. It is also easy to make yourself at home, and you can find the ingredients at any grocery store. A lot of Chinese soups pair more than one protein, such as beef and chicken, or squid and shrimp, for example. This one features both chicken and shrimp. Also you have beans, bamboo shoots and mushrooms, also you may swap these for other Chinese veggies if you wish, such as baby corn or bok choy. Chicken broth and sherry add a delicate but mouthwatering flavor to the soup, and of course the sizzling rice gives it the characteristic appeal and adds an authentic oriental touch to your bowl of deliciousness.
- 3 oz skinless, boneless chicken pieces in chunks
- 3 oz small shrimp
- 4 tablespoons cornstarch
- 1 egg
- 3 cups chicken broth
- 4 cups vegetable oil for frying
- ⅛ cup diced bamboo shoots
- 3 cups chicken broth
- 1 oz chopped mushrooms
- ⅔ cup cooked white rice
- 1 tablespoon sherry
- ⅓ cup fresh green beans in 1 inch pieces
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 2 tablespoons chopped water chestnuts
- Combine the shrimp with the egg, chicken and cornstarch.
- Heat 3 cups of the oil in a wok.
- When it is hot, add the chicken and shrimp mixture.
- Cook for a minute and drain.
- Place the mixture in the pot with the mushrooms, broth, water chestnuts, green beans and bamboo shoots.
- Bring to a boil and add the sherry and salt.
- Return to the boil.
- Turn the heat down and let the mixture simmer.
- Heat the remaining cup of oil until hot.
- Add the rice and brown it quickly.
- Add the rice to the soup and serve.
This aromatic soup brings you all the authentic flavors of China, from the protein which is chicken and shrimp, to the vegetables and tasty seasonings. You will be able to taste all the ingredients in the finished soup from the delicate chicken broth to the sherry and proteins. Serve the soup in delicate Chinese bowls, to keep it feeling authentic, and consider garnishing the soup either with chopped red chilies or with cilantro leaves, simply to add a splash of color to it. This is a very tasty soup which is full not only of flavors but also of nutrients.
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