Gingered Cabbage Soup with Pork and Potatoes
A sprightly ginger broth transforms typical cabbage, pork, and potato soup into a meal that's light-tasting and satisfying at the same time. The shot of lemon juice added at the end intensifies the flavors. Warming Soup Recipes
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You'll want to use really fresh ginger here; it's integral to the flavoring of the soup. Look for a piece that has taut skin and is firm to the touch. After the ginger is peeled (the easiest way is to scrape the peel off with a spoon), its color should be pale yellow. If the ginger is blueish green instead, chances are the piece is old and won't have the vibrant flavor you're looking for.
Tokay Pinot Gris is full and very rich, with gentle acidity and a nutty flavor. You'll be surprised how well it performs here.