Kabocha squash with vegetarian shrimp soup. Kabocha squash is the one I use in this recipe because Kabocha is much sweeter and denser than butternut squash, making this soup creamier and tastier.. Turn the heat off, add the chorizo back to the pan, stir to incorporate, and cover to stay warm while you finish preparing the soup. For the kabocha squash soup, scrape the flesh of the squash into a medium-sized sauce pan over medium heat.
Kabocha is a type of winter squash. It is a staple in Japanese cuisine. If you go to a Japanese restaurant, you might find it as a tempura appetizer, or added in soups and salads. You can cook Kabocha squash with vegetarian shrimp soup using 4 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Kabocha squash with vegetarian shrimp soup
- You need 1 of kabocha squash.
- You need 1 packages of vegetarian shrimp (get at asian store).
- You need 1 packages of ngo gai (get at asian store).
- It’s 1 of cube of sup chay (vegetarian soup bullion).
There are many ways to cook squash, but one of my favorites is in soups. It also a good source of vitamin C and provides small amounts of iron. Cut top off kabocha squash like a lid; reserve. The key ingredient is cinnamon which gives it a unique flavor.
Kabocha squash with vegetarian shrimp soup step by step
- In medium pot, fill 1/2 full of water, add 1 vegetarian soup buillion, boil on high…
- Shave skin off kabocha, and slice 1/4" thick. The thinner the faster it cooks if you are in a hurry. Add to boiling pot..
- Dice vegetarian shrimp and add to boiling pot..
- Scoop out suds to keep broth clear..
- Boil about 15 minutes or when kabocha is soft. Turn off heat and add cut ngo gai. Done..
TXS's Style Kabocha and Kale Baked. Recent recipes kabocha squash filled with shrimp tomato parmesan soup mom's date pudding cake – allrecipes.com roasted chicken and corn risotto vegetarian stew with beans apple-almond browned butter cake authentic unleavened bread fluffy potato casserole photos kimchi fried rice (kimchi bokkeumbap) photos pork chop and potato casaroles w cheese. Sometimes, it's cooked with shrimp or pork, or shrimp paste. But my sister likes it simple -just with squash, long beans, and coconut milk as the main ingredients. Kabocha has a dull-finished deep green skin (it's edible!) and really bright yellow-orange color flesh on the inside.