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Soup Name: Monkey Head Mushroom with Chinese Yam in Pork Broth
Chinese Name: 猴頭菇豬湯 (hóu tóu gū zhū tāng)
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Cream of Corn

Submitted by on March 1, 2010 – 10:58 amNo Comment | 5,251 views

Ingredient Name:  Cream of corn, cream-styled corn

Did you think that we didn’t take the easy way out of making soups?  Well think again!  I love this ingredient as much as my children and when child rearing gets tough, so do my options.  Keeping this goodie around your house is definitely a good idea for rainy days or days you just don’t have the time to make good old Chinese “old fire” soup.

What is this?

  • Canned corn (simple as that) – cream styled
  • Processed corn

How do I prepare it?

  • Open can and pour directly in soup bowl

Where can I buy this?

  • Most supermarkets will carry this item

What is the cost

  • $1-2 CAD per can

Any benefits?

  • Pre-canned corn makes for an easy task in making soup
  • Creamed corn is extremely tasty

Any precautions?

  • Canned food is processed food that can often contain high amounts of sodium and preservatives, so use in moderation

 

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