Sunday, January 19, 2014

Beets and Potato in Pork Rib Soup

Beets sweet taste reflects their high sugar content, which makes beets an important source for the production of refined sugar (yet, the beets that are used for sugar consumption are of a different type than the beets that you purchase in the store) These colorful root vegetables contain powerful nutrient compounds that help protect against heart disease, birth defects and certain cancers, especially colon cancer.This is my first time using beets to make soup.This type of soup taste like ABC soup.Yes,even thought the color of the soup look unappetizing but this soup really taste great and healthy!


1 gallon water,add more if needed
2 large potato,peeled and cut into 4 or 6
3 pieces shoulder  pork (pork chop cutting) cut into 5-6 pieces each,blanched and wash fat away
1 large onion,peeled and cut into 8
2 tsp black pepper seeds,crushed
salt to taste

1:Prepare a medium stock pot with 1 liter water at high heat.When water rolling boil,place pork rib into the water for 5 minutes or until the grease floated.Remove the pot from heat and run the pork rib under water to wash the grease away until clear.
2:Fill water in a medium large stock pot at high heat.Add in pork rib,crushed black pepper and beets,boil for 30 minutes.Then add in cut potato and onion,boil with lid on for another 30 minutes.
3:Add some water if necessary and boil for another 15 minutes.Add in salt.Check the seasoning.
4:Remove soup from heat and dish out and serve warm.


Unknown said...

You missed beets in the ingredients section. XD Great recipe, going to try it tonight~

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