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A simple but refreshing soup which is also very healthy - a vegetarian's delight. Bean Curd Soup 30 Jan 2009
Like Shark's fin soup, Bird's nest soup reaches the heights of Chinese cuisine, though Westerners are often put off by the name and the fact that it is produced by swallow's saliva. On its own, bird's nest is bland, and its function is to provide texture, rather than taste to the soup. A very rich, prime stock is therefore essential as a base, as is the Chicken velvet. And yet, without the bird's nest, no amount of stock or chicken velvet could produce the unique quality of this soup. Bird's Nest Soup 5 Jul 2009
A good-value, hearty supper in a bowl, lightened up with a dollop of yogurt and sprinkling of fresh herbs. Black Bean and Chilli Soup 11 Sep 2011
Wontons, or small dumplings, served in broth are a national Chinese snack. The main ingredient for wonton filling is pork, but in Kwangtung, shrimps and prawns are also used, because they are so easily available. This addition gives the wontons a much more interesting taste and texture. Cantonese Wonton Soup 17 Jun 2009
Chestnut and Chicken Soup Chestnut and Chicken Soup 22 Mar 2008
Chestnuts with Chinese Cabbages Soup Chestnuts with Chinese Cabbages Soup 22 Mar 2008
Chicken and sweet corn soup is often found on Chinese restaurant menus. It is a favourite with all, and an excellent way to use leftover roast chicken. Chicken and Sweet Corn Soup 11 Nov 2007
A delightful chilled soup, perfect for Summer eating. Chilled Cucumber Soup 15 Oct 2011
This soup is delicious as a light Main or even a starter to an Oriental meal. Chinese Curry Noodle Soup 14 Oct 2011
This is a typical Chinese soup involving ginger, shrimp, and tofu. It is easy to make and fast! Good for cold weather too! Chinese Shrimp & Tofu Soup 20 Nov 2007
Dried scallops used to be relatively cheap in China and dried scallop soup was the poor man's Shark's fin soup. However, times have changed and this soup, with its contrast in texture between the tender scallops and the crisp bamboo shoots, is now one of the most sought-after first courses, second only to the Shark's fin and Bird's nest soups. Dried Scallop Soup 11 May 2009
This is the most basic Chinese soup and can be made in an instant with some clear stock and an egg. The soup's success, however, depends on the technique of adding the egg to the soup. Egg Drop Soup 30 Jan 2009
Green bean also known as green mung bean is known to have cooling effect on the body - perfect for neutralizing the heaty effect of deep fried food. Green Bean Soup 8 Jul 2008
A quick version of the traditional Vietnamese soup that takes up to half a day to prepare! Don't worry - this version is ready in a matter of minutes. Quick Pho Soup 15 Oct 2011
The Chinese are unanimous in their appreciation of Shark's fin soup, and this very nutritious soup is rightly considered to be one of the most exotic examples of Chinese cuisine. A fin of the best quality is, however, extremely expensive and takes four days to prepare. The fin used in this recipe is sold in packages consisting of the cartilage with some fin needles and is already processed and then dried again. On its own, shark's fin has little taste but when combined with other ingredients in a prime stock, makes the perfect soup. Shark's Fin Soup 20 Jul 2009
A good noodle soup or rice soup can enrich and bless your body even your mind. Smoked Duck and Ginger Noodle Soup 26 Sep 2011
This is a spicy chicken soup with coconut milk used to add depth to the soup. A citrus flavour comes from Kaffir lime leaves and lemon grass. The spicy taste comes from the chilli, so you can adjust the chilli level to suit your own taste. The quantities are correct for a medium hot soup. The dish uses galanga root, which looks similar to ginger root and is sometimes referred to as Thai ginger. Don't be fooled, it is not ginger and you should not substitute it with ginger. Spicy Chicken Coconut Soup 24 Sep 2011
This a very special soup to serve your guests. The spicy hot comes from the white pepper, and the sour comes from the vinegar. Spicy Hot & Sour Soup 15 Nov 2007
Bring the fresh flavours of Thailand to your midweek meal with this easy soup. Thai Noodle Soup with Coconut and Salmon 8 Sep 2011
In Hong Kong and China, some restaurants specialise in a very sophisticated dish, Winter Melon Pond. A whole winter melon of perfect size is partially hollowed, filled with such delicacies as crabmeat, diced duck, pork, Chinese mushrooms and bamboo shoots and then steamed for hours to proudce the most delectable soup. But it is not a practical dish to make at home. This recipe, however, is, and the melon is succulent in the soup. Winter Melon and Chicken Velvet Soup 12 Aug 2009
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