Do you like to eat bitter gourd? Many friends told me that they do not like to eat bitter gourd, which is taste bitter and not tasty. But I don’t think so. I think it is yummy and healthy when cooked with other ingredients.
Yesterday I went to a nearby market to buy vegetables. I found that the vegetable farmers had bought a lot of fresh bitter gourd. So I bought one bitter gourd and some other vegetables home. It was very hot today afternoon. I wanted to have a light lunch. Therefore I cooked a bowl of herbal bitter gourd tofu rice noodle soup.
Let me share with you my home-cooked vegetarian meal, HERBAL BITTER GOURD TOFU MEEHOON SOUP.
The ingredients are very simple. Meehoon, bitter gourd, Lion Mane mushrooms, tofu, broccoli, ginger slides, Enoki mushroom, wolfberries, angelica and corianders. Condiments include mushroom powder, sesame oil, five-spice powder, pepper powder, and salt. Wolfberries and Angelica are common Chinese herbal good for eyes and blood circulation.
First, rinse all vegetables and mushrooms, and then cut into small pieces. The water is boiled, add the Meehoon and cook for 5 minutes. Then scoop it up, put it in a bowl, and add a little sesame oil. Then you can prepare to cook the herbal bitter gourd tofu soup.
When the water is boiled, can start adding Lion Mane mushrooms, ginger slides and Angelica, to cook for 5 minutes.
Then add bitter gourd, broccoli, Enoki mushrooms, and tofu, then add a little mushroom powder, five-spice powder, a little of pepper powder and salt to continue cook for 3-4 minutes.
Lastly, put in wolfberries, to cook for 1 minute. Then it is ready to be served.
After serving, add some corianders to decorate this bowl of herbal bitter guard tofu Meehoon soup.
Hopefully you like my home-cooked vegetarian meal, HERBAL BITTER GOURD TOFU MEEHOON SOUP.
Wishing you have a nice day!