Yields1 Serving
 4 cups of cold water
 ½ Package of mung bean noodles
 ¼ Pound of fish, cut into chunks
 ½ Teaspoon of salt
 ¼ Teaspoon of mushroom seasoning
 1 Tablespoon of oil
 ½ Tomato, cut into bite size chunks
 Pepper to taste
 Drizzle of sesame oil
 Handful of cilantro
1

In a small bowl, mix the fish, salt, and mushroom seasoning. Set aside.

2

Add the mung beans to the pot of cold water.
Heat the pot and let the water come to a simmer.

3

Meanwhile, add the oil and a pinch of salt to a wok and saute the tomatoes.
Cook for 1 minute then add the tomatoes to the pot of boiling water.

4

Slowly drop the fish into the soup.
Let flavors mix for two minutes, then taste for salt and pepper.

5

After 3-4 minutes, the soup will be finished. Close the flame and the drizzle sesame oil and cilantro.

Ingredients

 4 cups of cold water
 ½ Package of mung bean noodles
 ¼ Pound of fish, cut into chunks
 ½ Teaspoon of salt
 ¼ Teaspoon of mushroom seasoning
 1 Tablespoon of oil
 ½ Tomato, cut into bite size chunks
 Pepper to taste
 Drizzle of sesame oil
 Handful of cilantro

Directions

1

In a small bowl, mix the fish, salt, and mushroom seasoning. Set aside.

2

Add the mung beans to the pot of cold water.
Heat the pot and let the water come to a simmer.

3

Meanwhile, add the oil and a pinch of salt to a wok and saute the tomatoes.
Cook for 1 minute then add the tomatoes to the pot of boiling water.

4

Slowly drop the fish into the soup.
Let flavors mix for two minutes, then taste for salt and pepper.

5

After 3-4 minutes, the soup will be finished. Close the flame and the drizzle sesame oil and cilantro.

MUNG BEAN NOODLE SOUP

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