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This is a healthy and delicious staple soup in our household and I wanted to share it with you all.
Prep Time: 10
Cook Time: 15
Total Time: 35
Thanks Judy, this sounds like a good way to cook mustard greens (that do not always taste as good as other greens when cooked the traditional way).
I do not have fish sauce - wonder what I could substitute and still have the taste?
Fish Sauce is a staple in our household. It is fairly inexpensive at our local Asian market. Online says for a substitution, you could use
1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
*OR* 1 teaspoon Soy Sauce
*OR* 1 teaspoon Soy Sauce with a splash of lime juice
Funny - I did not look on line but a friend brought fresh mustard greens from his garden and we used your recipe and substituted soy sauce and a little chicken broth. They were delicious - new "keeper" for everyone.
You can get fish sauce in any supermarket nowadays. It will be near the soy sauce. It really is made from fish so it is hard to substitute. You could try using anchovy paste or Worcestershire sauce, which has anchovies as an ingredient.