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A question about a recipe: Red Cooked Butternut Squash

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I made this last night and I loved the broth. I'm thinking I can also use the leftover broth to make some soba noodles and add other veggies. But wondering, what would be the traditional type of ingredients to put in a broth like this? Is this a traditional Korean broth? Just trying to get more ideas of what I can do with this.

asked by foodieinthemaking over 3 years ago
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The broth would be great with soba noodles. You might just want to add peas, sugar snaps or asparagus along with the noodles.