Hey Lounger! Happy Monday! I hope that all is well with you and your family! Today, I’d love to share a meatballs soup recipe. Meatballs are a fancy way to dress up ground meats like beef, lamb, or chicken. A few days back, I decided to make a delicious, comforting, subtle taste of Beef Meatballs in Misua Soup! Let me share the recipe.
Misua, also known as vermicelli, is a thin variety of salted noodles made from wheat flour. Its origins can be traced back to Fujian, China. The noodles are not the same as mifen or cellophane noodles, which are made from rice or mung beans, respectively.
Beef Meatballs in Misua Soup
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Here’s What You Need:
Approximately 40 minutes to prepare and cook. Suitable for four servings.
- 400 grams Ground Beef
- Two Red Onions diced
- Six cloves garlic minced
- Five tablespoons bread crumbs
- One egg 🥚
- Five tablespoons soy sauce
- Two Thurai Gourd chopped
- Olive oil
- 200 grams Misua noodles
- Up to 700 ml water
- Beef stock cubes
- 10 grams ginger minced
- Three bay leaves
- Salt & Pepper to taste
Time to Cook our Beef Meatballs in Misua Soup
- Let’s get started on the meatballs! First, combine the ground beef, minced onion, minced garlic, salt, pepper, bread crumbs, egg, and soy sauce in a mixing bowl. Mix until all of the ingredients are well combined. Then, depending on the size, make some meatballs. I made it about the size of a spoon.
- Prepare the Thurai gourd by cutting it into a circle shape.
- Heat your olive oil in a cooking pot. And set aside the meatballs after they have been seared.
- Next, in the same pot, sauté the ginger, garlic, and onion until fragrant.
- Add half of the beef cubes and mix well.
- Continue to sauté for 2 minutes after adding the Thurai gourd.
- Then, pour in the boiling water and thoroughly mix it in. Then add the meatballs.
- Allow boiling, covered. Then add the basil leaves. Mix it well and season with pepper.
- After that, add the Misua noodles. Allow it to simmer and thoroughly mix it.
- Finally, season with salt to taste.
- Serve it hot with bread or rice on the side.
Masarap! Delicious! Svaadisht! Ochen’ Vkusno! Oishi!
- Misua is widely available in Asian grocery stores and markets.
- Because it is a comforting dish, this recipe is best in the winter, cold weather, and for lactating mothers.
- An alternative to Thurai is Bottle Gourd (Upo or Patola in Tagalog)
- To make the soup translucent, use boiled water rather than cold or room temp water.
Misua soup is a simple, economical, and quick dish to prepare. Adding meatballs to your Misua soup recipe will enhance its flavor and appeal. Try this recipe, and let me know how it goes!
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