2010-05-18

Soup of the week - ABC and Cabbage soup

I had bought myself a new recipe book for making different soups. My first attempt from the recipe book was carrot, potatoes, onion, tomatoes and cabbage soup. First, I cut corrot , pototoes, onion and tomatoes in big cube and boiled them with a pot of water. When the water was boiled only, I put in the lean pork meat (200g) . After boiling everything in medium fire for 2 hours, I put in the cabbage. Lastly, boil the soup for another 30 minutes, add in a pinch of salt, remove fire and serve. Apart from making a bowl of very nutritious and healthy soup, I also boiled 2 salty duck eggs and pan fried the luncheon meats for my children. I know salty duck eggs and luncheon meat weren't that healthy for children, but my children heart it very much. So I would let them have it once in a while, when I was running out of idea what to cook.

11 comments:

  1. Hi Sheoh Yan, I love this soup, and the salted duck eggs, but eat only the white parts. And I love luncheon meat on toast bread.

    Hey....I enjoyed looking at the previous wedding pictures. Holy Smoke! Sheoh Yan...you look breathakingly....hmmmm, whats the word? Ahhh yes, you look absolutely gorgeous, and I sure love your cocktail dress. WOW!

    You sure have classy taste in dresses. Its beautiful, more so you in it, *wink*. Love the design and colours. Must be an Oscar de la Renta or a Vera Wang? Ha ha.
    Sheoh Yan....you're a beautiful lady.
    Stay beautiful, and keep a song in your heart, Lee.

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  2. Salted duck eggs and luncheon meat are my favourite, too. Your soup looks delicious and healthy, not to mention easy to prepare. I'm gonna steal your recipe :p

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  3. I love this soup. Been quite some time since my mum last coiled it. Must pester her to do it some day :D

    Oh, not the healthiest choice but must let them indulge sometimes :D

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  4. Unhealthy but they are my fav too! haha...I love to eat salted egg with plain porridge but luncheon meat with white rice. Ya, once in a while should be fine.

    Wow...the soup sure very sweet because of the ingredient + LOVE.

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  5. Gosh... those food are simple, but looks so yummy. I'm drooling right now. :D

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  6. delicious and yummy. i'll try adding the cabbage next time too :D

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  7. Uncle Lee, thanks for all the words and it is really flattering me. Btw, i got the courage from your blog. I remember u mentioned in one of your entry before, we can show our cleavage if neccessary, but not over do it. I hope I am not.


    Yvonne, Agnes, Cleffairy, mNhL and Barb, I will boil more varieties of soups, if i have you all to continue dropping by my blog. Thanks.

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  8. Hi Sheoh Yan, wayyyyyy to go! Yes I did....and will mention again, if you have it, flaunt it.
    We are young only once. And our life today is not a dress rehearsal.
    Live your life with no excuses, love with no regrets.

    I bet you made your hubby a very proud man that night.....with a gorgeous wife looking like a Taiwanese film star, *wink*. Holy Smoke!
    Have fun, SH. Lee.

    ps, I always tell my friends, ladies....don't grow old than bang your forehead one day and say, "Cheh! Why didn't I do that, or wear that when younger"!
    Too late! Ha ha.

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  9. I love ABC soup, specially with cabbanges, which would bring out the tinge of sweetness in it! Slurp~!!^-^

    Have a nice day!

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  10. I love soups.. and today I cook cabbage soup with dried anchovies as soup base as I run out of meat. Yummy!!

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  11. Uncle Lee, your writing really inpired me a lot. I always remember not to smell iike a garlic and must take good care of the figure. I also remember to put on the ruby red lipstick and a gipsy earrings on certain outings. Thanks a lot for inpiring my life so much.

    Uncle Lee, I love your comment. Esp "Live your life with no excuses, love with no regrets."

    Alice and Inpired Mom, thanks

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