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We really enjoyed this recipe. We had bok choy last night in a dish and since It's not my husband's favorite vegetable, I used fresh spinach and sliced celery instead. I like the combination of leafy and crunchy that using bok choy gives to a dish. I also cut a carrot into matchstick just to give it some color.
I made the broth as written and it was amazing. I'm not a huge fan of soft boiled eggs so I decided to top mine off with a poached egg instead. AWESOME!
I will definitely be making this one again.
Yum!!!!! I did not have mirin or jalapeños so I skipped them. I did not have bok choy so I used a frozen mixture of kale spinach and swiss chard. And I used leftover Thanksgiving turkey. I only had ground ginger. Also I added sliced baby bella mushrooms and a diced yellow pepper. These minor changes and it was still great! I think I would prefer bok choy and chicken in the future but this seems to be a recipe that is adjustable based on your taste preference and whatever you have in your house.
Made exactly as written and it was absolutely delicious. I agree with other reviewers that you could do with half the amount of soy, but would keep everything else the same. Mirin is a must! It really adds to the flavour.
It was actually very good but I had to adjust at the end. The broth was just too strong - it could have been the brand of soy sauce we use - I added double the water and broth and it was still sort of strong. I will use the recipe again but keep in mind the strength of flavor! For vegetables we used a greens blend that was on hand, jalapenos & green onions. Gluten free son used rice noodles and the rest of us used the ramen noodles he leaves behind when he steals the flavor packs to use.