Wednesday, 15 February 2006

Pumpkins, Peanuts & Pork Ribs Soup

Got this recipe from one of the forums and it a taste sort of like red bean soup because of the kidney beans and pumpkins taste. Overall this soup and healthy and easy to prepare and more important it taste good and fragrant.


Ingredients:
300g Pork Ribs
150g Groundnuts
80g Red Kidney Beans
400g Pumpkins
4 Red Dates
1 Teaspoon Salt, optional

Methods:
1. Blanched pork ribs in boiling water and then rinse to get rid of any strong smell.
2. Blanched groundnuts and red kidney beans in boiling water then soak with some water for about 20minutes.
3. Peel pumpkin and cut into big pieces.
4. Boil 1.5 litres of water is a pot, put pork ribs, red dates, groundnuts and red kidney bean into it an bring to boil.
5. Transfer to a slow cooker and cook on low heat for about 1 hr then add in the pumpkin and cook for another 1 hour then served.
6. Or you can cook on stove on low heat for 30 minutes then add in the pumpkin and continue simmer for another 30 minutes. Posted by Picasa

7 comments:

  1. I came across your blog following a link from another food blog. I'm really glad to have found your blog and I think you're a great cook. I'll definitely try out some of those soups that I've just read up on. Thanks for being my inspiration :-) I am a SAHM with 3 kids, staying in Singapore.

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  2. Thanks for your comments.... i am no great cook la.. just like to follow recipe and create some interesting dish....will try to update so new soup recipe soon... hope to see u around...

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  3. hi again, I want to try your soup with loofah. Pardon my ignorance. I am from Malaysia and don't know Chinese. What is a loofah? Is the skin smooth or with ridges (angles)?

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  4. Loofah is sort of like cucumber but it is longer and have rough skin. Perhaps do you have an email, i can see whether can email u a picture of it....

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  5. Hi there, i already added a picture of the Loofah under then detoxifies soup link. Please click and check it out...Hope that help... :)

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  6. Hi,
    Enjoyed your recipes. I wanted to try this recipe but found out that kidney beans (and other beans) have to be prepared properly to avoid food poisoning. Are you aware? Thought I could share this link, http://www.cookingmanager.com/cook-kidney-beans-safely/.

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  7. Hi, enjoyed your blog and recipes. Wanted to try this recipe but realised that kidney beans (and beans in general) have to be prepared properly to avoid food poisoning. Thought I could share this link, http://www.cookingmanager.com/cook-kidney-beans-safely/

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