How to Make a Delicious Chicken Broth, Chinese Yam, and Pork Rib Soup?

Q: Can I use a different type of yam for this recipe?
A: Yes, you can use other types of yams, but Chinese yam is recommended for its texture and flavor.

Q: Is it necessary to use flour to clean the ribs?
A: Yes, using flour helps to clean the ribs thoroughly and remove impurities.

Q: Can I replace the pork ribs with another type of meat?
A: Yes, you can use chicken or beef, but the cooking time may vary.

Q: How long should I cook the pork ribs for the best texture?
A: Cooking the ribs for about an hour will make them tender and easy to digest, especially for children.

Chicken Broth, Chinese Yam, and Pork Rib Soup


  • 1 pork rib
  • 1 Chinese yam (long, thin variety)
  • 1 carrot
  • Salt to taste
  • Appropriate amount of cooking wine (preferably a brand like "Tai Tai Le")
  • Appropriate amount of chicken broth seasoning (preferably a brand like "Tai Tai Le")
  • Appropriate amount of green onions and ginger
  • A handful of bok choy
  1. Cut the Chinese yam and carrot into chunks. Wash the bok choy thoroughly. Clean the pork rib with flour and rinse twice.
  2. Boil water in a pot, add the pork rib, green onions, ginger, and cooking wine. Skim off the foam. If needed, you can change the water after skimming the blood foam. For better results, cook in a clay pot.
  3. After the pork ribs are tender, add the Chinese yam and carrot. Cook until soft, then add the bok choy until it's cooked.
  4. Before serving, season with salt and chicken broth seasoning.
  5. The Chinese yam will become soft and melt into the soup, making it especially delicious. This dish is perfect for winter.
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  • Rich in protein from the pork ribs.
  • Chinese yam provides dietary fiber and essential nutrients.
  • Carrots add vitamins and minerals, enhancing the soup's nutritional value.
  • Bok choy contributes additional vitamins, particularly vitamin C and calcium.