Kway Teow Soup

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Asian cuisine

Quick and easy

“Flat rice noodle soup.”

I love this simple noodle dish, it is very quick. Once making it for a friend and his housemates because they all came down with the flu, I made sure to cut extra chilli to unblock the nose.

You will need:

250g mince pork
1 packet fish balls
1 packet rice noodle
2 pak choi
1 packet shitake mushrooms
4 spring onion
3-4 garlic clove
1 tablespoon sunflower oil
1 chicken stock
season salt/white pepper

Garnish:

Fried shallot
Fried garlic
Bean sprout
Light soya sauce
2-3 red chillies

Season the pork with salt and white pepper then with the help of a tablespoon put the mince pork in the palm of your hand to roll into balls (it is better to under season at first as it is easier to adjust to your liking afterwards). Cut the pak choi, slice shitake mushrooms and the fish balls. Put your pot to heat with a dash of sunflower oil and garlic cloves. When it becomes golden in colour add water till it reaches half way of the pot. When the water is boiling add a chicken stock cube, stem of spring onions and the mince pork balls. Reduce the fire to medium to low and let it simmer for 10 minutes before adding the pak choi, shitake mushrooms and the fish balls. Lastly, when it is time to serve, place a pack of rice noodle into a colander and pour boiling water over it to soften it then place it into a bowl. Top it with all the cooked ingredients and pour the soup, then garnish it with fried shallots, fried garlic, bean sprouts and the cut chillies marinated in light soy sauce.

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Born into a family that love food, Kelsey inherited her cookery skills from both her grandmother and mother that enable her to prepare delicious home cooked meals.

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