Q: Can I substitute other types of broth for the “Tai Tai Le” fresh chicken sauce?
A: Yes, you can use any chicken broth or stock as a substitute for the “Tai Tai Le” fresh chicken sauce.
Q: Is it necessary to use both red and green carrots for this recipe?
A: While using both red and green carrots adds color and variety, you can use any type of carrot available to you.
Two-Tone Carrot Silk Soup
- Red and green fruit carrots, as needed
- "Tai Tai Le" fresh chicken sauce, as needed
- "Tai Tai Le" sesame oil, as needed
- 1 bowl of water
- 1 egg
- Salt, to taste
- Prepare the ingredients.
- Put a bowl of water in a pot and bring it to a boil.
- Add the shredded red and green carrots to the boiling water.
- Beat the egg and drizzle it into the pot.
- Add a suitable amount of "Tai Tai Le" fresh chicken sauce to enhance the flavor.
- Add a suitable amount of "Tai Tai Le" sesame oil for fragrance, then turn off the heat and it's ready to serve.
- This simple and quick recipe is rich in nutrients and features the savory taste and juicy flavor of the "Tai Tai Le" fresh chicken sauce.
- Rich in vitamins and minerals from carrots
- Protein from egg
- Flavorful and aromatic with low calories