Corn and Pork Bone Soup

This week, I will make a lightly seasoned dish – corn and pork bone soup. In southern China, people enjoy having some soup before a main dish for health consideration. In fact, having a bowl of warm soup can protect your stomach and prevent overeating, which benefits your body a lot.

If you don’t have an electronic pressure cooker, you could simply use the pot to poach the bone and corn for 2 hours over medium heat. In case the water boils away, you need to add enough water one time at the beginning.

Tips:

  1. Don’t add salt during cooking, otherwise the meat will get very hard and taste bad.
  2. Drip a drop of vinegar to help dissolve the calcium in bones.
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