Sunday, June 21, 2009

Lettuce & Tomato Soup With Fish Balls



One Saturday when we had dinner at in law's place, their domestic helper cook this soup. I found that it's quite tasty. I also found out from her that this soup was in fact taught by father-in-law. Not bad wor, father-in-law also can come out with his own recipe, hehe...and he cooks quite frequent too after his retirement. Sometimes, he cooks fried noodle, fried koay teow, fish porridge, and several types of simple desserts.

Here's the improvised version of father-in-law's recipe. I would like to dedicate this post to him, wishing him "Happy Father's Day!". He would be happy if he happens to drop by my blog. Haha...But sadly, he doesn't know hubby & I owned this blog.



Lettuce & Tomato Soup With Fish Balls
Serves 2

Ingredients:

1 liter chicken stock (cooked with 1 chicken bone for at least 1 hour)
12 lettuce leaves
3 tomatoes, each one sliced onto 4 portions, seeded
6 large fish balls, halved
2 tbsp of garlic oil
light soy sauce to taste

Method:

1. Bring chicken soup to boil in a pot. Pour in garlic oil.

2. Add in tomato slices, stir from time to time until tomato slices are thoroughly cooked.

3. Cook the fish balls in the soup.

4. Add light soy sauce to taste. Just before serving, stir in lettuce leaves.

11 comments:

Sugar Bean said...

Thanks for the recipe, this sounds simple and nice. Just that we need to get fish balls from Chinese supermarkets.

Dora said...

Healthy dish! Esp good for hot weather now. :)

SimpleGirl said...

nice....easy and healthy soup! very nice to have it along with rice....

New Kid on the Blog said...

simple food with lots of loves and tender care. :)

Duckie said...

my version, no lettuce but tofu!!

tigerfish said...

I cook something similar last week! It was fish soup though. Well, you can imagine most of the ingredients are similar, right? ;p

Little Inbox said...

Sugar Bean, yes. You now in UK?

Dora, yes, it is something light.

Simple Girl, we don't take rice, we ate it with other stir fried veggies and tofu. :)

New kid, yes, you are right! :)

Duckie, this is actually quite free style. Quite a number of ingredients can mix well.

Tigerfish, fish soup? Oh I love fish soup.

mimid3vils said...

simple yet yummy...

worldwindows said...

I like those die-hards who will do the stock the traditional way. So easy to pop a chicken cube in.

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

ah... I just cook cabbage, enoki mushroom, carrot and mushroom soup for dinner yesterday. And it tastes so sweet. ^-^

Little Inbox said...

mimid3vils, yes. :)

worldwindows, more healthy, isn't it?

Food Paradise, I never add enoki mushroom to soup other than miso soup. I learn new thing from you. :P

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