Sunday, May 2, 2010

Chives Soup Noodles

Few days back, we were stranded at home with both our girls sick. And I only have limited stuff in the fridge, and oh ya, I haven't been making chives soup for a long long time. It's time for this again

I used soy bean noodles(dau chim) and added extra filament crab sticks, and prawns to add a touch of luxury to the poor man's chives.
Even sick and weak Lydia had a bowl of this, and found it good cos she ate the whole bowl of noodles, drank up the soup, but left the goodies behind. Mike and I ate up her prawns, fishballs and crabsticks.

Mike gave me 2 thumbs up for this simple meal. :)

Above is his, this one is mine.

17 comments:

  1. The whole bowl of treasures! Dau chim :-)) This is something so Hokkien, mom-styled, and so good.

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  2. Angie,
    Yeah, just home style noodles, all natural goodness.

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  3. Wah! Plenty of fillings for a bowl of soup. Very generous, this couldn't get from any stalls bought one :)

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  4. I've not tried cooking chives soup before. Will try it one day, I hope my family will like it.

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  5. Kitchen Corner,
    Haha, homemade ma.
    Can put as much as you like.

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  6. Blessed Homemaker,
    Chives soup is very sweet, do try it out one day.

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  7. Wow, your bowl is totally filled in with all those wonderful stuffs! I've green eyes! hehe....
    Have a great day!
    Cheers, Kristy
    p/s my email : kristygourmet@gmail.com

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  8. This is such a lovely soup with lots of yummy ingredients. Can imagine the "sweetness" of the tasty broth..yum!

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  9. wah this soup i guess cost rm10 - a lot of ingredient! nice food presentation!

    feel sorry to hear that Lydia sick.

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  10. wendy, i checked out ur recipe, anchovy is kang hu kia is it? btw tat is in hokkien hahaha anchovy-kang hu kia or kiam hu?

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  11. HOney Bee sweets,
    Yup, the broth is very sweet. All natural sweetness :)

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  12. Voon,
    Rm10 ah, ok, I sell to you:)
    Both my girls are ok now. Thanks for your concern

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  13. Manglish,
    I'm not well versed in Hokkien.Sorry.
    But I guess that is correct gua. Kia means like chai in cantonese, and hu is fish right?. It's Kong Yu Chai in Cantonese.

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  14. Wow, my first time here and loving all your recipes! I love seafood and this soup looks so appetizing. Yum!

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  15. tak ada diskaun ar... Rm10 is commecial one mah... for me diskaun 60% la... ok?

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  16. Sook,
    thanks. Hope to see you more often here

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  17. Voon,
    ookokla, diskaun for you.
    But brin g your own prawns oh :)

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