I love this soup. 30 essential Korean cooking ingredients list! Wow your 3 years old likes this soup?! Great job Sue. I think green vegetables like perilla leaves & crown daisy leaves (ssukgat) do enhance the flavour. Bring a medium pot of water to a rapid boil. Gamja (감자) actually means potatoes in Korean, and tang (탕; 湯) means soup. . Description Korean: 비비고 감자탕 . I’ll try it on next friday, i hope to succeed and remind the one I’ve eaten on Korea. Sieve the broth (from step 3) through the strainer and catch the broth in a large bowl. It should result in about just under 5 cups of broth. It's free! Ohhh mY god!!!!!!!!! Im Winter dient dieses fermentierte Gemüse als Vitaminquelle. , wow that’s crazy how long it took. Welcome to my Korean kitchen! Get the latest recipes from My Korean Kitchen delivered to your email inbox. Yes, pork sometimes do smell fishy, don’t they ? This one looks so good :p in my farm and now learning watever i can about them, thanks for information. (I remind you, I was young and naive. . The strong smell seems to always overpower. In fast jeder alltäglichen kor… It’s a shame that you couldn’t find the perilla leaves. , Sorry, but I have to diagree with most of the people here, the recipe did not work for me and the chilli powder ended up being too overwhelming and kind of choking :S. I love this soup. Korean flavours. Hi Maria, I think you can use that rice wine. Specification. Discard the aromatic vegetables, reserving the broth (about 5 cups). I can’t tell by your pic. I used an instant pot for the bone broth to save time, and added extra fish sauce for the umami flavour. Everything retains their flavour and shape. Today we are going to introduce one of the most well-known korean dishes. © 2006–2021 My Korean Kitchen, All Rights Reserved. I used “sesame leaves” and “wild sesame seeds” from my local Korean supermarket. Ssukgat and perilla leaves are key ingredients as you know. But it turned out very well. 5. Oh, by the way, what is ssuk gat? young cabbage, putbaechu, 풋배추 or napa cabbage (1 cup, boiled), perilla leaves, kkaennip, 깻잎, roughly sliced, gochugaru (Korean red chili pepper flakes) -- use a teaspoon or 2 more for a spicier stew), gochujang (Korean red chili pepper paste), doenjang (Korean fermented soybean paste). If you’ve never used it, you should check it out and save it to your recipe files and “Favorites”. Potatoes. I’m not sure how many of you have heard of it or tried it before since it’s one of the less well-known Korean dishes, but it’s one of the most unforgettable things I’ve ever had in Korea. I found this website only a couple of days ago, but have already found many recipes I have been looking for for a long time, including Gamjatang. Thanks so much for your feedback. I’ve trying to look for this recipe and I’m glad that i found it in here. i found it now the gamjatang recipe.thanks a lot for posting this recipe you know how much i love this,i ask to many Filipinas about the gamjatang recipe,yes they know but actually not perfect taste so am i not satisfied. Thank you do much for sharing. , When I found your recipe I was dying to make it because it is definitely an authentic korean recipe. Not sure what “crown daisy leaves” are though, so I left those out… it still tasted right, though. A spicy, hearty soup made from pork bones. Add salt and pepper to taste. It is authentic and awsome. Would you have any idea what this could be? Gamjatang (감자탕) is a spicy, hearty stew made with pork bones. Your earthly climes follow a regular 4 season rotation and currently we are experiencing a frigid, Hoth-like winter. Pork neck bone is so cheap here! Even when I ordered gamjatang at a restaurant many years ago, I was expecting to receive a soup full of potatoes, not some chunky bones that looked like they were just cut from a dinosaur! This is my favorite Korean food. Come! I’m resorting to making and eating all my fave foods in order to bring my appetite back from the dead. Thank you for the recipe! Thanks for posting the recipe, I am gonna try and cook. So much more involved and authentic than the one I posted! I love bone soups, all that simmering makes the stock so rich & robust. I wa Gamjatang is a flavorful Korean stew made with pork spine and potatoes as the key ingredients, along with bean paste, chili powder, and garlic which are also simmered in the pot. In a large clean pot, place the bones and add the water (7 cups) and all ingredients from the “aromatic vegetables” section. amzn_assoc_linkid = "6ccda7b222da381f15435295a0590f1a"; i am glad that i found it,today i will try to cook this. Often times the dishes which are called “vegetable”-something really contain meat — that is a real culture shock for Westerners and very confusing. Thank you again. A classic hearty Korean stew made with meaty pork neck, potatoes, and nutty perilla seeds. amzn_assoc_placement = "adunit0"; In the States, it might be a different story. 16.03.2020 - Gamjatang (Pork Bone Soup) - My Korean Kitchen The Korean soup made from the neck bones of a pig. This was so delicious and tasted just like the one I get from my favorite Korean place. I just made it–although I got impatient and hungry and only boiled the pork bones for 90 min instead of two hours, it was delicious! Folgen Sie den unten genannten 5 Schritten und lernen Sie die beste Art, Gamjatang richtig zu genießen! Oh the reason of the post, sorry, the seed it’s called FOK (I now it sounds not good) and you may find it at any chinesse market. In fact, many gamjatang restaurants are … , I have made this soup before using your receipt. Noses are running. Disclosure: My Korean Kitchen is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. You can find these all around Korea and in Seoul. I love you! Thank you! I’ve been trying to find out what it is, but I don’t speak Korean and the waiters don’t know the English name for it. Pork neck bones are extremely cheap in America. Some of you may know that gamja in Korean is potatoes. October 30, 2015. Gamjatang! In translation, the word gamja normally means potato in Korean but in this particular dish, it is actually referring to the pork bone itself. Green shiso is available fresh from summer to fall in Asian markets. Crazy … Thanks so much for the recipe! They are suppose to give extra flavour to it. It’s almost free… i bought the meat at kmart for $3NZD/kg! Didn’t really taste like anything though. My Korean Kitchen delivered to your email inbox. Peel the potatoes. Get the latest recipes from. It is now part of my go to comfort soups. Anyway, homemade gamjatang is very budget friendly (Have you ever bought pork bones? I was wondering the braiser pot, how big in quarts is it? thanx alot 4 the translated korean food i really loved eating n cooking korean food i miss all d food there, thanx again. You really get my jokes. It looks beautiful and the taste was even better. Enjoyed a pot of Gamjatang 감자탕 (Korean Pork Bone Soup). I used to eat this soup at least every week when I was in Korea. But this is the kind of soup that makes Asia the World’s best soup experts. I use it often as I run across many unfamiliar Ingredients. Light, full of complex flavors and so healthy. oh, maybe I can help answer what the small round seeds is. Bring it to a boil. i really wanted to eat this today but it’s mon n my usual shop is close and it’s really cold…your recipe is a life savor even tho i kinda cheated a little bit on the broth part (had leftover tofu broth) ;p, perilla leaves are found in japan mart in freezer section normally i think… i keep seeing them around in nz and london…. Add 8 cups of water, the onion, garlic, ginger and scallion. However, some people may like it, good for you! Gamjatang: Spicy pork bone soup [Ella's Pick of Korean food today!] Gamjatang (Eintopf mit Schweineknochen) ist sowohl bei Koreanern als auch bei Ausländern aufgrund seines herzhaften Geschmacks beliebt. Description Korean: 감자탕. I made your gochujang sauce for bibimbap and its the best! I can’t wait to try this out. i labored 5 hours to make it and it quenched my craving. Gamjatang is a traditional Korean bone soup or stew, made from pork spine and potato. and leaves of course. Anyway, enjoy my recipe! I am Sue, the creator behind My Korean Kitchen (since 2006). Thanks ! I will be making this every month all winter long and we have very long winters. I've been meaning to have my best friend and her family over for dinner and we got talking about gamjatang as the perfect fall weather food. I am never getting pork bone soup at a restaurant again. Thanks for your feedback! It is really unfortunate that you can’t get perilla leaves or ssukgat. Thanks for your feedback! … You don’t “have to” add crown daisy leaves and perilla leaves if you can’t get them. I think it’s perilla seeds. Thank you Sue, The URL’s listed are for the page these definitions came from. Clean the pot. Couldn’t get perilla leaves, but found another recipe that used perilla seeds. My mom makes soup with neck bones & gourd (I’m not sure if Korean cuisine uses gourd). Gamjatang: Korean Pork Bone Soup. Thanks for your feedback. amzn_assoc_ad_type = "smart"; © Copyright Barron’s Educational Services, Inc. 1995 based on THE FOOD LOVER’S COMPANION, 2nd edition, by Sharon Tyler Herbst. “Gamja”, although also meaning “potato”, means that particular cut of meat/pork bone. I have so many recipes in line to be tried out now…. © Copyright Barron’s Educational Services, Inc. 1995 based on THE FOOD LOVER’S COMPANION, 2nd edition, by Sharon Tyler Herbst. I love it! Steve, I’m so pleased to hear that, Steve! Gamjatang, if you are anywhere in Korea, should not be difficult at all to find. , Hi Unnie! Awesome! You can bake them, boil them, microwave them… everyone can make something to eat with potatoes.I will start to grow tomatoes , Sally, Add the remaining vegetables (mung bean sprouts, crown daisy leaves, perilla leaves, and green chilies) and the ground sesame seeds into the pot and boil for a further 1 to 2 mins until they soften. amzn_assoc_marketplace = "amazon"; amzn_assoc_tracking_id = "mkkbelowpost-20"; Reduce the heat to medium low. Reliable Gamjatang at Wondang Even though it is a franchise, this restaurant serves up hearty portions of pork spine stew with plenty of side dishes. But from my own experiences, I would not recommend just going to any Korean restaurant for a full Gamjatang experience. Soak the pork bones in cold water for at least 1 hour (to get rid of any excess red liquid that looks like blood). Transfer the broth into a clean pot (I used my favorite braiser pot) then add back the pork bones, potatoes, cabbage leaves, and the seasoning base into the pot. . Let it come back to a boil. It might be what they added, but unground? Cook on medium high heat for 10 minutes. It's starting to get cold in Korea, and it's time to warm up with one of our favourite Korean comfort foods: Gamjatang, Korean Pork Bone Stew. Sue, Yes, - you heard correct! Pork Bone Soup, Choose Your Own Adventure! Reduce the heat to medium. Blanch the cabbage until the white parts turn soft, 4 to 5 minutes. . Good day human! Recipe is amazing. It’s also called perilla and Japanese basil. KRFIN28685 Gamjatang 감자탕 8809033050561 Cham Story. Thank you. This soup always includes a cooked potato, so is that why it’s called gamjatang? Need to have it now. Drain away the water. It should result in about just under 5 cups of broth. Copyright: Unless otherwise noted, all photography and content on this site is the intellectual property of Sue Pressey of My Korean Kitchen. Boil for about 10 minutes. Gamjatang is a spicy Korean pork bone soup. It is also called black sesame seeds. Supposedly good for people with weak bones.). Turtlenecks are re-emerging. All the rest of the ingredients might cost us though…We’ll see. KRDIN28722 BIBIGO Gamjatang 비비고 감자탕 8801007792736 CJ. My husband loved the soup last weekend , he requested it again. The ingredient was rice wine and 1.5% salt? The menu is a bit more extensive than others so you can get spicy chicken, bibimbap, and many other Korean favorites. I paid about $6 for this recipe. simcooks, I am not that patient normally, only for food. Maybe that’s why it’s been popular in Korea for so many years! 2. GAMJATANG (KOREAN PORK BONE SOUP) serves 2-3. I just tried ur recipe. The versatile green shiso is used in salads, SUSHI and SASHIMI, cooked dishes like TEMPURA and as a garnish. Place the bones into a large pot and add enough water to cover the bones, then boil it for about 10 minutes over medium high heat, covered. Thank you so much for posting this recipe!!! (3 pounds), (try to pick the bones with lots of meat on them), (500 g / 1.1 pounds), peeled & cut into smaller chunks, (5 g / 0.2 ounce), peeled & thinly sliced, Soak the pork bones in cold water for at least 1 hour (to get rid of any excess red liquid that looks like blood). and considered highly nutritious (It’s all about the milky broth! thank you thank you!! Mix the seasoning ingredients well together. !Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe ! Soak the bones for an hour or longer in cold water. Charles. 3. Pork stock. Additional information. I also agree with your comment on Korean dish-names. Das Grundnahrungsmittel in Korea ist Reis, daneben gelten Gerste und Hirse als wichtige Kohlenhydratquelle. Gamjatang, a traditional Korean comfort food, is a spicy pork bone soup usually made with mushrooms, cabbage, potatoes, onions and perilla leaves. Drain away the water. Bone soups are popular in South Korea and originate from ancient times when meat was scarce and expensive, As most Koreans couldn’t afford meat, they used bones to make soups and stews to get meat flavours and more protein in their diet. Boil over medium high heat until the potatoes cook completely (10 to 15 mins). I would love that potatoes only tang too. I know, I think the time nearly drove me crazy. The less common and less aromatic red shiso is from a different plant species and is more likely to be found pickled than fresh. Thanks!!! I’m so happy that you're here. Jeyuk Bokkeum (Korean Spicy Pork Stir-Fry), http://www.epicurious.com/tools/fooddictionary/entry?id=4555, 1.4 kg / 3 pounds pork neck bone (try to pick the bones with lots of meat on them), 3 potatoes (500 g / 1.1 pounds), peeled & cut into smaller chunks, 6 napa cabbage leaves (300 g / 10 ounces), rinsed, 100 g /3.5 ounces mung bean sprouts, rinsed, (optional) 2 green chilies, thinly sliced, 1 onion (160 g / 5.6 ounces), peeled & halved, 30g / 1 ounce green onion (white part only), 1 ginger (5 g / 0.2 ounce), peeled & thinly sliced. What is Gamjatang? Drain and squeeze out water. But some people say gamja refers to the delicious meat around the pork spine bones, and that’s where it got its name. Add the cabbage, potatoes, and the remaining seasoning. Though as my recipe says I added ground sesame. My husband is from HK, so my daughter is familiar with pork bone soups. Read more. Hi and thanks! Hi Sue Good day sweety thanks so much for being so helpful…i sooo love Korean food….thank you for always sending me updates on ur new recipes and Sue favor please can u send me some tips on how to make delicious kimchi..thank you so much Sue really appreciate it…keep safe♡. Drain away the water and rinse the bones in cold running water. I think I would prefer mine to be “potatoes only” tang with no dinosaur bones. I have pork bones in the freezer and was thinking about making gamjatang this weekend so this is perfect timing. One of my favourite Korean dishes has got to be gamjatang 감자탕 / Korean pork bone soup. I looked at a few Korean-language recipes for this online, but none were quite as detailed as yours. It's free! It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice. I have never commented on a recipe before. Throw in the perilla leaves and scallion. Continue to boil, covered, for 50 minutes to an hour until the meat is tender and the broth is milky. amzn_assoc_region = "US"; Country of Origin: KR. I found this description of Perilla at Epicurious.com’s Food Dictionary. Reviews. Gamjatang (Korean: 감자탕) is a popular Korean Pork Bone Soup. about potatoes and so many other methods of agriculturing, i recommend you to take a look. A little spicy but “yummy” absolutely love it. i searched for korean potato soup recipe and was delighted to find your blog. Size: Packing: 12. However, I was wondering why not cooking it “one pot”: putting the spicy mixture from the begining and adding the potatoes after one hour. Thanks for stopping by! This is far and away the best recipe I’ve run across this year! Buy Now. But this has extra flavour, plus potatoes for me, the Caucasian . Fast keine Mahlzeit kommt ohne Kimchi aus, zu dessen Zubereitung Gemüsearten, wie beispielsweise Chinakohl und Rettich mit Salz, Chili, Knoblauch und Fischsoße eingelegt werden. I salute you! yum! Tons of umami. Reviews (0) Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review. Everytime I visit Korean Restaurant, I NEVER miss this. Wonderful food. The dish is usually topped with sesame leaves and served with a bowl of rice on the side. It often contains potatoes, cellophane noodles, dried daikon radish greens, perilla leaves, green onions, hot peppers and ground sesame seeds. . 17 January, 2016 I made Gamjatang this week because I was craving it in a big way. What a large portion looks like before cooked. . Place the bone back in the pot with the broth. but looks delicious. Tender pork. It’s called pork bone soup but it’s more of a stew. Great to hear you liked my gochujang sauce! 22. amzn_assoc_asins = "B005OJUSZE,B00BRK2VAY,B006GLO1PC,B00F0RDRW6"; The nutrition information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. Haemul Sundubu Jjigae (Seafood Soft Tofu Stew). If you go to any Koreatowns, or any Korean restaurants, chances are that they might have Gamjatang. Bye, I tried the soup and it was GREAT. In a large clean pot, place the bones and add the water (7 cups) and all ingredients from the “aromatic vegetables” section. The soup is very hearty and comforting so it’s perfect for cold wintry weather. thank you. Enjoy your second. You are such a patient and dedicated cook! So, Gamjatang’s literal … Ingredients. I have many very good Korean friends who consider me as a brother, and I am honored to considered as such. Oh this looks so yummy and delicious too, I love your recipes !! One question, though – the Korean restaurants in my neighbourhood put a small round seed in the Gamjatang. Oh I really agree about the strong smell of pork. The flavorful, but mild spices in the soup, good balance of veggies, and of course the tender pork meat off the bone, make it irresistible! I love Kamjatang! Will be feeding a family of 5 for dinner tonight!So excited- it smells and tastes delicious. ssukgat is crown daisy leaves literally. Thank you. In summary, my revised recipe is a tad spicier, but it’s more flavorful and earthy! The same as “Galmegi” means “seagull”, but also a particular cut of pork. Although this is called potato soup, they are really just some filler and the star of this show is obviously the slowly simmered pork neckbone meat/broth…. Serve warm with steamed rice. The vertebrae are usually separated with bits of meat clinging to them. Gamjatang. And anyone that has negative issues, they can go and suck a lemon thanks for posting this… I’ve been craving for this food for sooo long….. thanks a lot.. i’ll try it tomorrow! Budding Cook, Please do not copy and/or paste full recipes and images to any social media channels or websites without my prior written consent. It's free! . Reduce the heat to medium. Korean Bapsang. So glad to hear you enjoyed my recipe! Specification. Also, keep the pork bones but discard any boiled spices/vegetables. Tastes just like restaurants. i also just found ur recipe for gamjatang and it’s DAM AWESOME!!! Maybe next time. Jennifer, Wow that is really cheap. Melanie, I have no idea what they added. Packing: 18. [SHEE-soh] Nudeln werden auch aus Süßkartoffel gemacht. I could buy the rice wine mirin but the korean store we have here is far…. I think that will depend on individual’s palate. In the pot of water used to blanch the cabbage, boil the potatoes until almost cooked. Thanks for this, one of mine and my 3yr olds favourites (I did reduce the chilli content for her). Share Post. Also, keep the pork bones but discard any boiled spices/vegetables. One interesting fact about gamjatang is its name. Sally, I am glad to see you reading this post, you have been waiting for so long. . I bet a lot of people will be in the same boat unfortunately. wow! The vertebrae is boiled in high temperatures to soften the meat. Simmer it on medium to low heat for 1 hr 30 mins, covered. It’s mildly spicy for me, but it could be different to you. Aromatic green, jagged-edged leaf from the perilla (or beefsteak) plant, which is part of the mint and basil family. Change the water half way through if you can. Return the bones back to the pot. It goes well with a bowl of steamed rice to complete a meal (my preference) but some people pair it with Korean liquor – soju as a drinking snack. shiso. Add the remaining vegetables (mung bean sprouts, crown daisy leaves, perilla leaves, and green chilies) and the ground sesame seeds into the pot and boil further 1 to 2 mins until they soften. Thank you so much for this! Let’s make it! I’m looking forward to making this at home. Looks delish! Name: Gamjatang. Thanks so much for your attention to detail in posting your recipes, you do an outstanding job! This has found a permanent home on my EXCELLENT ++ list!!! You’ll love it, just like I do, Happy to hear! PS. Thanks for the feedback. Thanks for the recipe! Love you….. Country of Origin: KR. Because the korean restaurant here also has that and I asked what they put in. Pork neck bone costs around $4/kg at Asian markets in Melbourne (Aus). It is called “Gamja tang” (감자탕 in Korean) which is a spicy soup with pork on the bone. I have to figure out where to get crown daisy leaves and 6 perilla leaves. I'm Sue, the author/cook/photographer behind My Korean Kitchen. Gamjatang (감자탕) is a popular Korean soup. Drain away the water and rinse the bones in cold running water. hope ill get all the ingredients. Spicy, rich and delicious. So I hope you do too. I am sorry. I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this recipe. Boil for an additional couple of minutes, and then add the crushed perilla seeds. There are no reviews yet. Thank you so much!!! Description. Gamja is a potato in Korean but the … Thank you for the Gamjatang recipe ! It is very smart to cook the potatoes and cabbage separately. See It Styled On Instagram . Ein kleiner Nachteil dieses köstlichen Gerichts ist jedoch, dass es selbst Koreanern oft schwer fällt, das Fleisch von den Knochen zu kriegen. Lillian, You’re welcome. 6. Drain away the water and cool down the leaves. Gamjatang originated in the southern Korean province of Jeolla, a place where is famed for its agriculture, where … THanks! They are cheap, easy to cook and have so many health benefits. It’s still controversial and no one knows the true answer. What is Gamjatang? It bring back some nice memories. Came out delicious, thanks! I wonder if any good Korean restaurant has this. Additional information. Gamjatang (감자탕) is a popular Korean soup. BIBIGO Gamjatang quantity Quantity. Thank You! Because gamjatang literally translates to “potato soup” (gamja = potato, tang = soup), but the highlight of the soup is actually pork bones. I love hearing how you went with my recipes! Serve warm with steamed rice. Cut into 2 to 3-inch lengths. This is strictly prohibited. Even we were short of 2 ingredients, still the soup was very gooooodddd!!!. Simmer it on medium to low heat for 1 hr 30 mins, covered. I think it can make the broth thicker. Gamjatang – Korean Pork Bone Stew Sauce; In the pot with pre-cooked pork, add water and the sauce from 5. Rate this recipe with a comment below and tag me on Instagram. Brand: Cham Story. Follow me for more of my food adventures and other things. Comments. amzn_assoc_title = "Shop Related Products"; ;)). Gamjatang or pork spine soup is a spicy Korean soup made from the spine of a pig. I just made a few changes per my korean mother’s suggestion I added 2 carrots and celery sticks for a more flavorful broth and I added perilla seeds when adding the seasoning mix at the end. I am very glad to hear that it turned out well for you. Gamjas’s another meaning in old Korean is bone … Great! But when simmered and stewed in soup, they impart such natural sweetness to the soup. amzn_assoc_search_bar = "false"; (Or you can use a knife to cut them.). Place the bones into a large pot and add enough water to cover the bones, then boil it for about 10 minutes over medium high heat, covered. (If you can, try to change the water every 15 mins.). For soup base 1kg of pork (spine) bones 1 large onion, sliced 1″ ginger, sliced into pieces 2 tbs soybean paste doenjang (like miso, but a stronger flavour) 1 dried red chilli, seeds removed 3 dried shitake mushrooms 10 cups water a bit more than 2l of water . Thank you. I want to know how far the differences between home cook and restaurant ^_^, Evil Jonny, I hope you like it. Gamjatang is a pork spine soup. I’ve saved a link to your web site directly into my Korean Recipe folder. What better way to wampa stompa the cold away than with 2 hearty comfort foods hailing from Asia, Korean Spicy Pork Bone Soup (gamjatang) and Filipino Tamarind based… I just can’t wait o make this. I also found another good site 7. I’m in the US and no, neckbones aren’t free, but they cost next to nothing. Sieve the broth (from step 3) through the strainer and catch the broth in a large bowl. Thank you . Tear down each leaf length ways with your hands. This traditional Korean dish is a hearty pork bone stew with a complex taste of spicy rich broth made from boiled pork neck bones (which is my preference of pork bones to use in soups). I originally shared my gamjatang recipe back in 2007 and it was due for an update – particularly the photos! This recipe is full of flavor and so easy to cook. I love Korean food, have every since I went to Korea in Oct 1964! I left there 9 years ago and been craving this soup ever since. . Remove the cabbage from the pot (keep the hot water to boil the potatoes) and shock in cold water to stop the cooking. Unfortunately, I can’t get any perilla leaves or ssuk gat here but I am going to try your version anyway. Had to do some vegetable substitutions and smoked neck bones and one shank. Gamjatang is easily one of my favorite Korean foods which I fell in love with the instant I tried it. Cut the potatoes in half with the skin on. amzn_assoc_ad_mode = "manual"; It is really great you’ve posted this pecipe, I really enjoy eating this soup and I feel now( encoraged to cook it) well, about what Melanie asked you about that seed, I’ll tell you, I really don’t like that, I usualy use to go at two different restaurants, one of them uses this seed (but I only go there at late night since is 24/7). 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