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  • Chinese Mutton Soup -Yang(2) Rou(4) Tang(1)

    Hi girls!

    I have a sudden craving for Chinese mutton soup..the herbal mutton soup that they sell in the hawker centres! Was wondering if anyone of you have got a receipe for the soup...and can share where the best mutton soup hideouts are!

    Last edited by PetitCherie; 22-12-2003, 08:07 PM.

  • #2
    actually it's yang(2) rou(4) tang(1)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bluebubble
      actually it's yang(2) rou(4) tang(1)
      Yes yes!! Hahaha....how silly of me!!! I must be thinking of niu and ended up writing nu ..when actually its YANG!!!! I'm so silly!
      Shall edit that..thanx!!!
      :}

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      • #4
        Mutton herbal Soup

        Ingredients
        150g mutton
        75g fresh tung chong choe

        Herbs:
        10g ginseng (pau sam)
        10 red dates, seeded
        20g yuk chok
        40g wai sun (white in colour)
        10g kei chi (wolfberries)
        20g tong sum
        3 fresh or dried figs (moe fah kor)
        15g dried longan flesh
        3.5 litres water

        Seasoning:
        1/2-1 tsp salt or to taste
        1 tsp sugar
        A little monosodium glutamate (optional)


        Method
        Bring water to a boil in a pot. Add in all the ingredients and cook until the mixture begins to boil again. Lower the heat and simmer the soup for 1-1? hours until the liquid is about halved.

        Add seasoning to taste and serve immediately.

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        • #5
          Best mutton soup hideout - at Jalan Sultan Hawker centre 2nd flr(opp Golden mile complex)!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jadeite
            Best mutton soup hideout - at Jalan Sultan Hawker centre 2nd flr(opp Golden mile complex)!
            I'm clueless with names.. is this Jln Sultan hawker centre the one where the famous Ah Balling is sold? I live near these areas yet I don't know the names!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Glossie
              I'm clueless with names.. is this Jln Sultan hawker centre the one where the famous Ah Balling is sold? I live near these areas yet I don't know the names!
              yep yep! same place as the ah balling, in fact the mutton soup is just the next row away from it.

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              • #8
                Wah thanx girls!! Will try it out when i get a chance!!
                yum yum yum yum!

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                • #9
                  [QUOTE][size=1]Originally posted by natnatviv
                  Mutton herbal Soup

                  Ingredients
                  150g mutton
                  75g fresh tung chong choe

                  Herbs:
                  10g ginseng (pau sam)
                  10 red dates, seeded
                  20g yuk chok
                  40g wai sun (white in colour)
                  10g kei chi (wolfberries)
                  20g tong sum
                  3 fresh or dried figs (moe fah kor)
                  15g dried longan flesh
                  3.5 litres water

                  Seasoning:
                  1/2-1 tsp salt or to taste
                  1 tsp sugar
                  A little monosodium glutamate (optional)


                  Method
                  Bring water to a boil in a pot. Add in all the ingredients and cook until the mixture begins to boil again. Lower the heat and simmer the soup for 1-1? hours until the liquid is about halved.


                  Thanx for that! But one problem tho....I have no idea where i can get hold of fresh tung chong choe in london..Maybe I've never looked hard enough...But i know the dried ones costs a bomb!! A few hundred sgd for a pack i think! But I'll look ard anyway..and if i cant find it..omit the tung chong choe..should be ok rite?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by PetitCherie

                    Thanx for that! But one problem tho....I have no idea where i can get hold of fresh tung chong choe in london..Maybe I've never looked hard enough...But i know the dried ones costs a bomb!! A few hundred sgd for a pack i think! But I'll look ard anyway..and if i cant find it..omit the tung chong choe..should be ok rite?
                    yeah should be okie i omit it too
                    cos too ex to buy it in aust

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