Bok choy- 3 cups, coarsely chopped
Canned white mushrooms or shiitake mushrooms (8 oz)-1 can
Tofu-1 cup cubed
Vegetable broth- 3 cups
Water- 1 cup
Soy sauce– 1 tbsp
Ginger- 2 tsp finely minced
Lime juice -2 tsp
Cilantro– 1/4 cup
Salt- to taste
Pepper- 1 tsp
Heat vegetable broth mixed with water in a pot, add in tofu, bok choy and mushrooms, salt, pepper, ginger and soy sauce.
Cover the pot and boil for 10 minutes. Add cilantro and lime juice just before serving! Enjoy
14 thoughts on “Bok Choy Mushroom Soup”
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wowwwwwwww, i so wanna make this for my parents. they would love it. everytime we go for chinese or order in, they are obsessed with the veggie broth soup. bookmarking. thank you!!!
Great recipe! I can only imagine how flavourful this will be. Thanks for sharing!
Healthy combo and great flavor!
What nice body from the bok choy and meatiness from the mushrooms. I’ll definitely be giving this a try with some shitakke =)
Yeah, try it with Shitakke, you will love it. I had been using only shitakke for this soup all these days. Adding white mushrooms is just a twist to my recipe here 🙂
Warming and delicious 😀
I love this kind of soup…and though I’m not a huge tofu fan, I do enjoy it in soup 🙂
With this crazy weather this soup is just perfect…looks delicious Deepti.
Hope you are having a great week 🙂
Bok Choy is may favorite green vegetable … I think I’d use the dried Shiitake here. They pack SO much flavor!
Go for it! I have used it and gives a very nice flavor to the soup …..
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