Saturday, 12 November 2005

Almond, Sea Coconut And Pumpkin Soup

When you first taste this soup, you will thought that you are drinking Red Bean Soup.... Because they do have the similar taste. I think maybe is the Dried Tangerine Peel and Dried Lily. This soup actually promote circulation of Qi, expel septum and aids digestion. The Sweet and Bitter Almonds also clears the Heat, Moistens internal Dryness and avoids coughing. It's a very good sweet soup after dinner to smooth your throat. Do consider and give it a try.... I bet you will sure find it delicious.


Ingredients: (serves 2-3)
8g Sweet Almonds, 南杏
12 Bitter Almonds, 北杏
500g Pumpkin
38g Dried Lily Bulbs, 百合
5 Pieces of Sea Coconut, 海底椰
225g-250g Lean Pork
3-4 Candied Dates,蜜枣
1 Small Piece Dried Tangerine Peel,陈皮

Methods:
1. Peel and seed pumpkin then wash and cut into thick slices.
2. Wash and removed the outer shell of the sea coconut then cut into thick slices.
3. Wash dried lily bulbs, candied dates, almonds and set aside for later use.
4. Soak dried tangerine peel until tender then scrap off the white pith.
5. Wash and scald the lean pork in boiling water.
6. Bring suitable amount of water(700-800ml) to boil, then add in all ingredients and bring to boil again.
7. Transfer to slow cooker and simmer on low heat for about 2 hours then served. Posted by Picasa

4 comments:

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  2. Hi! I came across your recipe while searching for what to do with dried sea coconut. I recently purchased this from the Chinese food store because it looked interesting. Could you tell me any other (or traditional) uses for dried sea coconut? I will try your soup recipe as well! Thanks!~ Bonnie

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  3. Hi Bonnie,

    i am not sure about the usage of the dried sea coconut but from what I google you can use it to double-boil soup with lean pork/chicken too.

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  4. Hi, can exclude the lean pork?

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