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Friday, 13 February 2015

Suckling Pig Soup

I know the title sounds rude, but it IS suckling pig (abc) soup.

Hubby brought back some suckling pig heads and hands and feet from his "sau gong" dinner, and the very next day, I used them to boil my abc soup, together with some pork ribs, for taste, of course. Ooohh, and I added one piece of snail slice too.

Ingredients: Leftover suckling pig parts, snail slice(s), carrots, tomatoes and some pork ribs. Done. Just chuck everything into the pot and boil for 1.5-2 hours. Add salt. The taste? Boombasticalicious!

Saved some soup in a jar to make noodles for the boys this weekend too *wink*


Pssstt, please ignore those CNY cookies at the background. Those cookies can make you fat and gain 3 kg in a few days. Really.

37 comments:

  1. I eat pork, but i prefer chicken to pork, hehe...

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    1. Oooo, I eat everything - chicken, pork, lamb, beef, everything, hehe..

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  2. Wah! Louiz, this is one very super tasty sedaplicious soup! No need to taste also I know how good it is. Now your ABC soup is elevated to the next level leh. If I could have some suckling pig parts, I will boil with my favourite ham choy and dried chillies. Aiyooo....sedap nyer! By the way apa itu snail slice?

    Yah, I saw the cookies in the background. I know how it is during CNY. We open and then ngap..ngap..ngap... very fattening!

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    1. Oh yes! Choy keok, right? But because of the boys, I just boiled abc soup (again), haha.. Oh the snail slice ahh, my mum gave it to me wor, it's very hard, in slices, you gotta rendam it first before boiling, and the texture is like abalone, really..

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  3. Actually I really did not notice the cookies... until you mentioned it! Tsk!!

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    1. Heh, good also, means your eyes are on the main dish - the suckling pig soup !! Lau hau sui kan?

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  4. The soup looks so thick and really good. Must be bursting with flavours. Wahhhh...so many cookies!!! All ready to usher in the Year of the Goat eh?

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    1. Oh yes, the soup is very flavourful, very nice.. Cookies ahh? So far only got pineapple tarts, chocolate and butter cookies - all bought la..

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  5. wah.. at first i tought what new recipe Princess ABC will want to introduce here leh.. because when i see suckling pig soup, i was like, hmmm??? like this also can?? hahaha..

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    1. so it's actually to "gah liu" to her usual ABC soup lah.. wah, added in the suckling pig i am sure the soup taste really kaw kaw lor, imagine the flavors from the suckling pigs head and trotters, fuyoh.. your hubby also not bad woh, he knows the "hor liao" and tabao back from his company dinner..

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    2. actually horr, i don't eat suckling pigs one woh.. because i find it so fat and greasy only, so when this dish is served ah, i see others eat until "lam lam lei" and cannot stop, i will just sit there to admire their love in this dish lor, haha.. but then if make into soup, i just drink the soup and won't eat the pig, so it's okay mah, sure very flavorful one..

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    3. CNY cookies mah, and meant for CNY one mah.. so sure high calories and high fat high sugar ga lah.. but once in a while never mind lor, afterall you also not fat, can take in the extra 3kg at no problems at all lah.. furthermore your eating style, one whole tub of CNY cookies you can wallop at one go lah~~ :D

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    4. Hehe, sorry ahh, ya lor, boring hor me, come come go go, abc soup only, but this time, added "hor liew" la.. Suckling pig is really delicious leh, I like it.. Imagine if got 5 tables, if tapau 5 tables punyer pig head ahh, wah, sure can boil 5x soup !!

      Eh, I love suckling pigs.. Some good ones not fat one la.. They only concentrate on the skin.. Crispy and crunchy skin, and if you get the good ones, not really fat one wor.. Eh, if I sit same table with you, syiok oohhh, coz I can eat your share too !! Haha.. Like you said "sik dou liam liam lei"...

      Yeah, so far my house got pineapple tarts, cranberry oatmeal cookies, butter cookies and chocolate almond only.. All bought one la, not own baked like Meow lor.. You know la, come this time, colleagues promoting this cookies, that cookies, so we just layan layan and buy from him lor..

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  6. This soup can help removed all the 'fire' in the body.

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    1. Oh really? This soup is "har for" ga? Now I know :)

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  7. Er. This soup definitely not for me even if it is suckling pig. I like it roasted. Not in soup. Hehe.

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    1. If you like "choy keok" (suen latt choy), then you'll like this.. The kids ate so much rice with this soup (and steamed egg)..

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    2. Good for you and them. When kids eat what you cook, we are the happiest mum in the world!

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  8. I like the roasted suckling pig skin. Very crispy. If make choi keot with the suckling pig, sure yummy too.

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    1. Yes I love choy keok, I think everyone does!

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  9. Very flavourful soup indeed. The dried snail slices are not really snails are they? Are they seafood as in some sort of clams that look like snails?

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    1. This one not sure.. Mum bought for me from the chinese medical hall, I dont know what are they called in cantonese, she just says 'lor peen'.. Just for flavour and taste.. They are in hard circular shape..

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  10. Spotted chocolate cookies, I like to eat that!!

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    1. Yep, chocolate almond, bought from outside one la..

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  11. Wow wow, looks good!! Sometimes those oil on the top is the reason why we can wallop whole bowl! Hehe!

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    1. To be honest, I think the oil is the "good" thing leh, makes it taste flavourful leh, hehe..

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  12. Hi Louiz,

    Putting on 3 kg lately??? Hope that you won't blame those innocent looking cookies and the nutritious ABC soup!!! Blame CNY!!! At least you get to celebrate CNY... It's just another day in Melbourne. Forget the calories now... Just enjoy CNY... Diet later :p

    Zoe

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    1. I've eaten 2 jars on pineapple tarts, and now, opening the 3rd one.. Pray for me :)

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    2. Happy CNY! Gong Xi Fa Cai, Louiz!!! Are you still munching more CNY treats? Hope that you and your family are enjoying your break :D

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  13. Mmmm nice. That one if use to boil porridge lagi best

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    1. Oh ya, if somemore got, I want to boil porridge too..

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  14. Wow that looks exotic! Is it a chinese new year dish? And those cookies... the one that makes u gain weight is the yummiest! lol

    Gong Xi Gong Xi moi!

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    1. Nope not a cny dish, but they have this dish in wedding dinners or any set dinners if you request for it.. It really makes the soup/porridge flavourful..
      Gong Hei Fatt Choy !!

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  15. Very nice! I would love the gelatinous goodness of this soup! :)

    Hmm...snail? You mean the ones from the Full Moon tins? I've seen Top Shell and sliced conch in cans but never snails before. It looks good!

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    1. Mum calls it snail slice but I feel the name sounds weird.. It's very hard and it will turn soft once boiled in water.. Weird name I know..

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  16. Don't really like suckling pig although it does really make the soup extra tasty!!

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