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Quick and Easy Pork Tofu Soup

Pork Tofu

is a childhood favorite. Anything with pork or tofu I will eat it. I mainly love it because 

it’s a quick and easy to make.

I normally use watercress instead of spinach. On this occasion my husband accidentally bought spinach instead. I was a little iffy at first, surprisingly it turned out great. You can use either one. It will still be great.

During the week I am usually entertaining 7 little ones after school, ages 2-10 years old. Since I am a stay at home mom for the time being, that qualifies me to be a very convenient babysitter. I really don’t mind. I love having my nieces and nephew over. I wish I could keep them all. Juggling homework with 6 children, 3 dogs, 2 cats, 9 fishes, chores, and a toddler not to mention.

Dinner is my least favorite and…. bath time.

On good days I am able to prepare dinner while the little one is napping just before the kids get home. Of course that doesn’t always pan out. So instead I like to prepare a slow cook meal, but sometimes you want something different right? That’s where this recipe comes in handy. 


Pork Tofu Soup
Pork Tofu with spinach and tomato. Tomato is optional.
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  1. 2 lbs. chopped pork
  2. 1 medium tomato diced
  3. 1 Bunch spinach
  4. 1 cup diluted Chicken Bouillon
  5. ½ cup Aloha Shoyu
  6. 1 Pack Extra Firm Tofu (optional) cut into cubes
  1. 1. Cook chopped pork on medium heat covered (no water). *Stir continuously
  2. 2. Once pork is cooked drain and return to pot with diluted chicken bouillon
  3. 3. Add soy sauce, spinach, tomato and tofu
  4. 4. Cook on medium/low heat and allow it to simmer
  5. 5. After simmering for 10 minutes serve with rice
  1. Great to serve over rice. Enjoy!
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