With a couple of slight modifications, this was outstanding...for four servings I used 3 cups hot water and 2 of those extra-large Knorr bouillon cubes, omitted the vinegar completely, added 1 small sliced clove of garlic (slicing the garlic doesn't render it as intensely garlic-y tasting as mincing it) added 1/4 cup canned corn with the green onion and used 2 eggs beaten with 1 egg white. Also (and I think this may have been the key here), I added a good shake of ground white pepper (this is an essential ingredient in many Asian dishes). It was thick and eggy and broth-y, rich with flavor and the added corn was superb. To go along with it I fried up some wontons (basic wonton wrappers cut in half and fried in hot oil for about 10 seconds on each side) and served with our favorite Chinese restaurant's housemade sweet & sour sauce. Try this, I don't think you'll be disappointed!
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With a couple of slight modifications, this was outstanding...for four servings I used 3 cups...