Sunday, December 5, 2010

Ham Choy Tong (Salted Vegetable soup) from Leftover Roast Duck Recipe

I would make this wonderful and savoury soup whenever I have leftover roast duck. The roast duck gave the soup extra body and the oily duck make it very tasty. You can also add other vegetables like celery or fresh mustard vegetable to the soup. In this version, I just use salted vegetable (ham choy ). Simple and nice!

Duck Bones and leftovers
Water 7 bowls
Salted vegetable, 3 leaves, soak in water to get rid of its’ saltiness
Tomato, 2 pcs, cut into 4
Ginger, 3 slices
Whole pepper, 5 pcs, crushed
Salt to taste (note, salted vegetable is already very salty)
Assam Keping (dried sour fruit), 2 slices

Put water in a pot and bring to a boil. Add in leftover duck and assam keping. Boil for 45 minutes. Put in the rest of the ingredients. Boil for another 15 minutes. Serve with steamed rice while still hot.


Bananazஇ said...

More like chop suey?

cleffairy said...

Oooo... very nice to eat wif rice!

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

One of my favourite soups!!
Some more put assam keping.

Christine said...

looks good, I like that it's using leftovers.

suituapui said...

Duck with salted veg - very Foochow dish...but my missus doesn't eat duck. Sobs!!!

Small Kucing said...

1st time i heard Ham Choy Thong with Roast Duck. Must try it out one of these days. Normally i use roast pork bone for soup

Mei Teng said...

Yum...this is one of my fav soups! :)

MaryMoh said...

Ooooh...I love this soup...very appetising! Drooling here :D

reanaclaire said...

Best!! either the hamchoy goes to with the duck or with the siew chu kwat... hahaha..

wenn said...

ya..ham choy soup is yummy..

Merryn said...

I can imagine the taste in my mouth dy! Very yummlicious! :D


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