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This delicious soup derives its milky color from cooking beef bones for many hours to produce a flavorful broth. In restaurants, seolleongtang is served with coarse salt, pepper, and chopped green onions so that diners may add enough of each to their preference.
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***** Reviewed on May 9, 2009 by StayAtHomeCook
My family and I enjoyed this soup immensely! The long simmering hours certainly paid off. I added an extra tsp of garlic and cooked the soup for the entire day for extra flavor. I will definitely be making this soup again!
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21 May 2009