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Sourish Soup For Both Lunch And Dinner

SOUPY DAY... for two meals.  

My neighbour's wife who is stranded in KL called me every now and then and our normal topic will somehow land on Food, homecooked Food.  She gave me an idea on what to cook, taught me how to do it and yesterday I got it done!  LOL... 

Boiled a pot of soup putting in pork ribs, two tomatoes, two big onions, one carrot and the main ingredient is the preserved salty vegetables aka Chinese pickled mustard (Char Choy in Cantonese).  This is my son's favourite pickled vegetables and I usually cook it with minced meat to go with white porridge.

Preserved Char Choy can be cooked in multiple ways...

The other condiments... 
An appetizing soup cos it is sourish.... 
Had this for my lunch....
For dinner, I added in Mihun.... 

And fried two pieces of fish to go with the noodles....
One piece of Garoupa and smaller piece of cod.... 
My share of the fish after giving some to my neighbor....
A very satisfying dinner on a rainy evening!

Comments

  1. Yes, I love this soup too! The sourish soup will make one want to go for an extra plate of rice!!! I love fish, just fried like that is good! More than meat actually!

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  2. Wah, very luxury meal with cod fish and garoupa fish. They are expensive fish! Your neighbor is so blessed to receive the fish from you. Very appetising soup! Yummy meals! How did your neighbour's wife get stranded in kl?

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  3. The soup looks the best to me, I would eat several bowls of it!

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  4. This is one of our favourite soup. I have 2 big char choy in my fridge ready for boiling soup anytime. Yes, very nice with bihun.

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  5. I like char choy and I believe it is an ingredient in Szechuan hot and sour soup which is one of my favorites.

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  6. I can eat just very crispy fried fishes as a meal without rice. Yours looked yummy!

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