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Carrot and Pork Tenderloin Fish Glue Soup Recipe

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Ingredients

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500g pork tenderloin
250g carrots
80g fish glue
20g conpoy
2 ginger slices
salt
chicken powder

Nutritional information

958cal
Calories
149g
Protein
26g
Fat
25g
Carbs

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Carrot and Pork Tenderloin Fish Glue Soup Recipe

Features:
  • Boiling
  • Simmering
Cuisine:

This fish glue soup is perfect as a supplement, especially expectant mothers, puerpera, and elderly people. The combination of pork tenderloin and fish glue offer a rich source of collagen.

  • 200 minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

Ingredients

Directions

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Tips

1. Make sure to simmer at least 1 hour. It enables fish glue to release more collagen into soup, which makes the nutrition more digestible.

2. Add more ginger slices to remove fishy smell from fish glue. The conpoy is dried so that it won’t have a fishy smell, it only adds a fresh and light sweet taste to the soup.

Steps

1
Done
10 minutes

Wash pork tenderloin and cut them into large pieces.

2
Done
10 minutes

Peel carrots and cut into pieces. Soak fish glue into the water for a half-day. Soak conpoy into the water until soft. 

3
Done
180 minutes

Add water to a skillet. Add all ingredients into the pot and bring to a boil. Simmer over low heat for 3 hours. Add salt and chicken powder for seasoning. Serve. 

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