My family's New Year Soup. As I mentioned earlier, this new year soup not only varies by the regions but also by each household. My mother lived in Osaka before she moved to Tokyo for college. Her mother's family was originally from Kyoto and her dad's family.
In fact, southern cultures claim black-eyed peas, pork, and collards eaten on I don't know about prosperity… but black-eyed peas and collards are healthy… any day of the year. The episode was written by Abraham Higginbotham & Jeffrey Richman and directed by Fred Goss. New Year Celebration in my family starts in the middle of December, when we begin to decorate our apartment and buy presents. You act simmering fix My family's New Year Soup adopting 7 prescription including 8 as well as. Here you are arrive.
ingredients of My family's New Year Soup
- It's 400 g of Daikon Radish.
- It's 200 g of Carrot.
- Prepare 200 g of chicken.
- Prepare 20 g of Kombu (dried laver).
- Prepare 6 pieces of Mochi (sticky rice cake).
- Prepare 2 teaspoon of salt.
- It's 1 tablespoon of soy sauce.
We used to decorate an artificial tree, not a real one. Artificial tree stays longer with no cutting needed. Tteokguk is "the Korean new year soup". The shape of the rice cake resembles old style Korean coins, so the soup has a Many families make their own mandu/dumplings to add to the soups mentioned above.
My family's New Year Soup separately
- Shred Daikon Radish and carrot. Cut Kombu with scissors.
- Cut chicken small size.
- Put 2000ml water and chicken and vegetables and bring to boil..
- Skim off the scum for making clear soup. Cook for 15 minutes till softened. Put salt and soy sauce..
- Cook Mochi in soup till it comes soft..
- This is Mochi sticky rice cake.
- This photo is Osechi (special traditional meal box) we eat 1~3 January new year's days..
My family's version has always been kimchi pork. TteokGuk is a traditional Korean New Year soup. After greeting the older people, family and relatives eat breakfast together. The meal will have New Year's soup, different kinds of vegetable dishes, fish, jeon, japvchae, galbi jjim, and so on. Every Lunar New Year, Koreans enjoy slurping down a hot bowl of tteokguk, or rice cake soup.