Hawaiian Saimin Soup {Quick and Easy Slurpy Noodle Soup}

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Hawaiian Saimin Soup is a basic slurpy noodle soup. What makes this soup so unique is that you can add any toppings to it. Saimin soup is all about the broth and udon noodles.

 

This noodle soup can be made to anyone’s taste. You will love how easy saimin soup recipe can be.

 

Hawiian Saimin Soup Title

Back To Basics

T

he need to simplify in my life is there. I have been burning myself out doing 10,000 things. Part my problem is I never say no to anyone.

 

I am a people pleaser. It is who I am. But, it has been catching up with me.

 

Instead of me doing my own creative outlet of work, I have been helping others with theirs. It burns me out. So I need to go back to the basics, simplify my life.

 

Sometimes that is all we need. Go back to basics just so we can refuel our mental and well being. Simple and basic, it is the best cure for life.

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Looking for a slurpy noodle soup? Hawaiian Saimin Soup is an easy broth to make that uses Udon noodles.

Saimin Recipe

Speaking of basic, some the most basic of soups is a broth soup. I got this cookbook from the bed and breakfasts across the United States. In it was this Hawaiian saimin recipe.

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Hawaiian Saimin Soup can be made in 15 minutes!

Saimin Broth Recipe

The cookbook explained what Saimin soup is. hawaiian saimin recipe is a refrigerator soup is the bottom line. The saimin broth recipe is simple and you put whatever toppings in it.

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Hawaiian Saimin Soup

Whatever you have you can put into the saimin broth. Slices of pork are more common to use for meat in Hawaii. I am not a pork fan. I love shrimp so I used shrimp.

Cooking Tip:

G

ET A MANDOLINE AND DON’T BE AFRAID TO USE IT.

– Source: Epicurious

Saimin Soup Base recipe can be made for anyone’s taste. What makes Saimin is the broth and the noodles. Hawaiian Saimin Soup is a slurpy noodle soup.

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You will love the flavor of the broth in saimin soup.

Hawaiian Saimin Recipe With Udon Noodles

The saimin soup recipe in the cookbook called for noodles that my grocery store did not carry. I used Udon noodles instead. I decided to use the oriental flavor packet in place of the ginger for the saimin broth.

 

The substitutions made a good choice. This Hawaiian saimin recipe was good. Especially for this crazy weather, and everyone getting sick.

 

What I love most about this saimin broth recipe is it can be made in 15 minutes. Using the substitute ingredients in my version of saimin soup base recipe helps with making this a quick and easy recipe.

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Hawaiian Saimin Soup is slurpy noodle soup

 

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Hawaiian Saimin Soup Recipe


  • Author: Deanna Samaan
  • Prep Time: 0:05
  • Cook Time: 0:10
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 4
  • Category: Soup
  • Cuisine: Hawaiian

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Looking for a slurpy noodle soup? Hawaiian Saimin Soup is an easy broth to make that uses Udon noodles. You will love the flavor of the broth, best of all this homemade soup can be made in 15 minutes! | SeductionInTheKitchen.com


Ingredients

Saimin Soup Base

  • 4 cups chicken broth
  • 1 package of Oriental flavored Udon noodles
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce

Toppings

  • snow pea pods
  • chopped green onions
  • sliced mushrooms
  • shrimp
  • grilled chicken
  • grilled pork
  • shredded carrot

Instructions

  1. First bring the chicken broth, soy sauce, and the flavor packet from the Udon noodles to to a boil.
  2. Once the broth is boiling, add the vegetables, and let it boil for about 5 minutes.
  3. After 5 minutes, add the Udon noodles to the soup.
  4. Add the shrimp, chicken, or pork and let the soup cook for an additional 5 minutes.
  5. Ladle into bowls and Enjoy!

Notes

You can get very creative with this soup. The combinations are endless! The nutrition is for the broth since you can add whatever toppings you like to this soup!

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11 Comments
  • genhorrall
    August 14, 2013

    I like the idea of the refrigerator soup. I not to keen on the shrimp, but as you have pointed out, it is to taste.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe. I can see how it could be modified many different ways. In fact dinner is already a noodle based soup like this tonight.

    And yes sometimes basics are best. =D

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    August 15, 2013

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  • Julie
    March 22, 2018

    That soup looks so clean and delicious! You are definitely a giver and so many of us are grateful to have you in our lives!

  • Michaela Kenkel
    March 25, 2018

    Soups are my favorite meal!! This sounds really yummy!

  • michele
    March 26, 2018

    I agree.. simplifying is definitely needed at times. This has all of my favorite things in it…. loved it!

  • Jennifer A Stewart
    March 26, 2018

    When it comes to soup it is all about the broth! This looks amazing and those udon noodles have the best texture!

    • Deanna
      March 26, 2018

      Yes it is! A good broth is good for slurping!

  • Michele @ Bacon Fatte
    March 26, 2018

    Mmmm… This soup looks so light and delicious! And I like the fact that you’ve used shrimp here – they add such great flavor to everything! Hope you have a chance to slow down soon… Take care!

    • Deanna
      March 26, 2018

      I love shrimp!! So why I use it in this recipe 🙂 Thank you!!

  • Madi
    March 26, 2018

    Udon noodles are my favorite! Everything about this soup is so up my alley, I need to try it!