Category Archive: Soup Dishes


Ginseng Chicken Soup.

Ginseng Soup with Chicken & Tofu.

Ginseng Chicken Soup. This is one of a nourishing soup one can have to keep up with one’s well being. I call it a Tonic, “pick me up,” herbal soup. The Koreans and Chinese use Ginseng for cooking as well as drink it as a tea. The Ginseng has such great medicinal values for Health, …

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Tom Yum Fish Soup

Tom Yam Fish

Above photograph shows my Wok where the Tom Yam Stock was first boiled and simmered for a few minutes before Fish was added to it.   This Hot and Spicy, Sweet and Sour Thai Soup as you can imagine is very easy to cook. Just bring some water to boil and add in some Tom …

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Silken Tofu with Watercress Soup.

SilkenTofu with Water-cress Soup.

Here a very simple and easy to cook soup. It is also very delicious to drink and eat! I drink it from a Chinese porcelain spoon. Yes, you can drink soup like the Japanese if you like, from a dainty Soup bowl! The Tofu I have used here is the Silken type…..smooth and soft as …

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Prawn Soup with Eggs, Veg., and Mung Bean Vermicelli

Seafood Soup with Eggs, Veg. and Vermicelli

Seafood Soup with Eggs, Veg. and Vermicelli Chinese green leafy vegetable (Tang Choy) Mung bean vermicelli soaked in water (5-10mins) Ingredients:- 1/2 cup soaked, drained and slightly pounded dried prawns 1 serve Mung Bean Vermicelli(noodles). soaked 5-6 slices of fresh ginger 1 clove finely chopped garlic 1 tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil 4 teacups water …

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Dried prawns based stock to a nourishing soup

Seafood stock into a Soup

Would you like to see how I poached eggs in a Seafood stock made from scratch using Dried Prawns and a Leafy green Chinese vegetable form our balcony? These are some of the pictures to show you. Have a Good Day! Nancy Did you like this? Share it:Tweet


Two bean soup in coconut-shell cup

Two Beans Soup

Here’s a cup of Bean soup for my friends camping out in the Cold! The temperature at our place is now 15 degrees, quite cool, I’d say! Had presoaked the beans in the fridge over night! Refreshed the beans with tap water and put it to boil until it foamed at boiling point. Then I …

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