Most often cooked whole as the meat has delicate flakes with a pleasant flavour. This goldish yellow fish also known as Japanese Seabass. Has higher Omega-3 fatty acids compared to Salmon. Flo Passion For Cooking Thankfully, my fish supplier will descaled, degutted and clean the fish upon purchasing. Pat dry the fish with kitchen paper … Continue reading Savouring Yellow Croaker
Japanese Tang Oh
These Japanese Tang Oh (Garland Chrysanthemum) are rich in flavonoids and vitamins. Popular vegetable for steamboat. Flo Passion For Cooking This distinct aromatic and unique flavour vegetable goes well with hand made fish balls. Simple yet nutritious. For more Soupalicious ideas, check out this link. https://flofoodventure.wordpress.com/category/soupalicious/
Quick Fixed Singapore Bak Kut Teh!
Getting the right type of pork ribs is very important for preparing Bak Kut Teh. Flo Passion For Cooking My favourite choice none other than the Premium Pork Ribs with excellent texture and taste boiled to soft and tender. So well cut that you can simply hold your hand to savour. One of the simplest … Continue reading Quick Fixed Singapore Bak Kut Teh!
Mee Hoon Kway with a twist!
These thin sheets of dumpling wrappers are made from dough with wheat flour and water. For boiled dumplings, cold water is best suited as it causes the flour's protein to form the gluten making the dough chewy. An unexpected craving for Mee Hoon Kway dish which is a common local dish available at most foodcourts, … Continue reading Mee Hoon Kway with a twist!
Lotus Pork Rib Soup
Refreshing prime pork ribs soup with sliced lotus. Fresh Lotus Roots are crunchy and has a mild taste. During boiling with ingredients the flavour will absorbed into the lotus roots. When choosing lotus roots, make sure the roots are firm. I prefer those covered with mud as they are grown deep in the soil of … Continue reading Lotus Pork Rib Soup
Threadfin Fish Head Soup
Commonly known as Ngor He is very popular amongst Moms and babies due to its high nutrients. For confinement ladies, to boost supply for breast- feeding and good fish for child brain development. Notable for its high collagen, protein and omega-3 fatty acid. Threadfin with whitish massive meaty flesh is tasty and soft in appearance. … Continue reading Threadfin Fish Head Soup
Nutritious Chinese Herbal Soup
These following six key ingredients combination soup (Premium Liu Wei Tang) with chicken feet. Ingredients: Chinese Yam (Wei San) Solomom's seal rhizome Yok Chok (Yu Zhu) Lotus Seeds (Lian Zi) Lily Bulbs ( Bai He) Fox Nuts (Qian Shi) Dried Longan (Long Yan Rou) Combination of both black and white Jumbo chicken feet. These chicken … Continue reading Nutritious Chinese Herbal Soup
Pong Tauhu Soup
Peranakan Pong Tauhu Soup aka Meatball Tofu Soup. Juicy meatballs combining minced pork and prawns served in prawn infused soup. 😋 The soup base for this recipe is the prawn broth. Deshelled the prawns, set aside the shells. Fry the prawn shells in a wok, add water and bring to a rolling boil and simmer … Continue reading Pong Tauhu Soup
Combination of Wolfberry leaves (Kau Kee) and dried red medlars incorporated into a Soupalicious bowl of soup with Teochew meatballs. These Chinese box thorn or Wolfberry leaves with long thorny stems and small round leaves. Wolfberry leaves and buds have been documented as being used in medicinal teas in China for centuries. Fructus Lycii (Wolfberry) … Continue reading Wolfberry Goodness
Silver Needle Noodle Soup
How about a bowl of refreshing Mee Tai Mak for lunch? What goes best with this soup? None other than home prepared minced pork and shrimp meatballs. In a bowl, mix minced pork and chopped shrimps and add light soy sauce for flavouring. Mix thoroughly together with a tablespoon of cornflour. Leave the mixture to … Continue reading Silver Needle Noodle Soup