Saturday, April 2, 2011

Simple Pak Choi (White Chinese Long Cabbage Patiole, Brassica rapa (Chinensis Group)) Soup Recipe

Sheoh Yan would like to have some soup recipes and I managed to find this in my hard disk. To be honest, I do not have many soup recipes. So far I have only managed to post 16 types of Soup recipe. Gotta do more experiment with soup....LOL!

Ingredients
Long Chinese Pak Choy, 1 small, cut into 3" length
Chicken bones or carcass, 1 pc
Garlic, 3 cloves, chopped finely
Pepper, to taste
Salt to taste
Prawns, 5 pcs (optional, but the soup would taste better)

Preboil the chicken carcass with a little water for a short while to remove the suds (from the coagulated blood) so that your soup will be clear. Pour away the water that contain the suds. Put around 7 bowls of water in pot and boil chicken carcass for around 20 minutes. Add pepper.
While the soup is boiling, heat up wok and put in a little vegetable oil or sesame oil. Saute the garlic until fragrant.
Add prawns, long chinese vegetable and salt into the soup. Bring to a boil. Turn off the heat. Add in the sauted garlic and serve.

12 comments:

Hayley said...

Easy to prepare and healthy! Me like~

Christine said...

love soup

Yvonne said...

The recipe sounds simple :D I'm going to try it out.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Dinner time, coming to drink soup...

Small Kucing said...

simple and nice but i usually malas just throw ikan bilis cubes into it and add some meat balls

Alice Law said...

Geez... 16 types is consider a HUGE number to me liao!(yet you call it Not Many)=_=""

I love soups, and all my little ones too, thanks for sharing this recipe! My mom cooked this a lot but I really hv no idea how to made this, muahahaha!>_<

[SK] said...

hey, i like this, simple and clear but very nice soup.. normally we put in toufu and meatballs to ehance the soup, hehe~~ :p

reanaclaire said...

something ching ching.. i like it!

wenn said...

very simple n easy..

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

love something plain n clear! healthy for sure! :d

Sheoh Yan said...

It must taste very sweet, I can tell from your soup.

Annie Q said...

I like this soup too, sometime i will add some sarawak white pepper, hot and nice. :D

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