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This Asian Fusion Soup recipe is so heartwarming and deep in flavor. And it literally comes together in about half an hour. And I must say the best part in preparing this incredible soup are the Korean Style BBQ Beef & Pork Meatballs from Cooked Perfect®. Folks, I can’t rave about these meatballs enough. You know me, I’m all about making everything from scratch. But let’s face it, some nights, when it’s time to serve the family a nice delicious meal, that’s just not in the cards.
So, when I got inspired to try an Asian twist on one of our favorite soups, Italian Wedding Soup, I knew exactly where to turn to make this soup fantastic. Just look at this bowl of YUM!
The great thing about Cooked Perfect Meatballs is that you can always count on quality taste and ingredients. In fact, I love them because they are crafted using select meats, real cheeses, and savory herbs and then flame-broiled to sear in the flavor for a perfect meatball.
For this Asian Fusion Soup, I wanted to combine the amazing flavor of the Cooked Perfect Korean Style BBQ Beef & Pork Meatballs with a traditional Vietnamese soup called Pho, which is an Asian-influenced chicken noodle soup. The broth and veggies marry beautifully with the Cooked Perfect Korean Style Meatballs. And did I mention this soup comes together in only 30 minutes? Yes!
Cooked Perfect has an amazing selection of fresh meatballs to choose from to fit your culinary desires! We absolutely love them all! Choose one, or go with them all. That’s what we do! In addition to my favorite, the Korean Style Meatballs, Cooked Perfect offers you:
Italian Style Beef & Pork Meatballs
Sundried Tomato & Roasted Garlic Chicken Meatballs
Italian Style with Parmesan & Mozzarella Chicken Meatballs
We just love these meatballs!
Cooked Perfect Fresh Meatballs are found in the refrigerated meat and poultry section. Any kind of Asian noodle will work in this recipe, from a wide rice noodle used for Pad Thai, or vermicelli, or if even dried angel hair pasta would, too.
With these few ingredients, including the Cooked Perfect Korean Style Meatballs, you will have an amazingly satisfying and filling soup on the table for your hungry family in no time at all!
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This Asian Fusion Soup has quickly become a go-to soup for us. First and foremost, it’s just delicious. That’s always priority #1 in the How To Feed a Loon kitchen and at home. But, this soup is also so easy to make, it just can’t be beat. Bringing together two incredible Asian cuisines, Korean and Vietnamese, in only 30 minutes, is truly something to celebrate.
The Cooked Perfect Meatballs are delicious on their own, or in a spectacular savory recipe like this Asian Fusion Soup. And since they are already fully cooked, you can simply heat them up in the microwave, stove top or oven.
Now, let’s make this amazing Asian Fusion Soup recipe!
Asian Fusion Soup
- 8 cups chicken stock 2 32 oz. boxes
- 4 bunches of scallions 3 cut into thirds, the 4th thinly sliced, for garnish
- 1-inch piece ginger peeled and cut into 4 pieces
- 1 tbsp low-sodium soy sauce
- 1 tsp toasted sesame oil
- 1 10 oz package Asian rice noodles such as for Pad Thai, or vermicelli*
- 1 12 oz package Cooked Perfect Korean Style Meatballs
- 4 to 5 leaves baby bok choy leaves only, cut into 1-inch pieces, washed
- Red pepper flakes optional, for garnish
- *Found in the Asian section of most supermarkets can also substitute angel hair pasta
- Combine the stock, 3 scallions (each cut into thirds), ginger pieces, sesame oil, and soy sauce in a large pot over medium heat.
- Simmer for 15 minutes.
- Meanwhile, cook the noodles according to package directions. Set aside.
- Use a slotted spoon to remove the ginger and scallion pieces and discard them.
- Gently add the meatballs and bok choy to the soup and cook for 10 minutes, until meatballs are heated through and bok choy has softened.
- Divide the drained noodles among individual soup bowls.
- Ladle the soup, including meatballs and bok choy, around the noodles.
- Top each bowl with sliced scallions and a pinch of red pepper flakes, if desired.
- Serve at once, and enjoy!