Roast Pork in Cabbage Soup 烧肉白菜汤
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1 kg Chinese Cabbage – cut to about 1″ x 2″ length
300g Roast pork (not too fat) – cut to bite size
50g Dried shrimp – soak for 20 mins, drain & keep water
1 block Tofu – cut to large cubes
2 pips Garlic – crushed
1 litre Chicken broth (click here) or homemade stock
- Heat pot or wok with some oil, stir fry garlic and dried shrimp together until fragrant.
- Then add cabbage, stir fry for a while then add chicken broth and dried shrimp water~bring to boil.
- Add in roast pork and tofu cubes~mix well.
- Bring to boil again and lower heat, simmer for about 30 mins or when the cabbage becomes soft.
- Check salt level. Add a little more water if necessary because sometime the roast pork is quite salty.
- Serve hot soup with rice
Dried shrimp are shrimp that have been sun dried & shrunk to small size. They are used in many Asians cuisines, imparting a unique taste.
It is quite salty if more dried shrimps is added.
Shrimps make them so flavoursome:) Adds more the dash to the dish!
Thank you, Shandy. Really hope you can try this recipe 🙂
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The soup looks delicious! The roast pork looks fabulous too! I don't know if it would last long enough to go in a soup at my house!
This looks so tasty! I like how you added the siew yok!
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This looks lovely!
Anncoo, your soup looks just delicious! I love the ingredients and we have so many Asian markets in the area of Seattle, getting the shrimp should be easy enough for me. I definitely want to make this!
Mysweetkitchen: Really hope your hubby will like this.
Queen B: Thank you 🙂
Lea Ann: Thank you for your nice comment.
This looks really really good. I need to buy some of those little dried shrimp. I've seen them in so many of the recipes I want to try. Thanks for the post
Wondeful.. my hubby will love this.. 🙂
oh my goodnesss, I would LOVE THIS!
Carrie:Yes, this is suitable on a cold day or night.
Angie: Oh yes,roasted duck can also be used in many ways.
This reminds me of the day of the soup I had in the Cantonese restaurants! The only difference is that roasted Peiking duck was used.
Mmmmm… I love soup on a cold fall night!
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Murasaki: Can you find roast port in Spain?
This is a very delicious looking soup, perfect for the cooler weather we are having here!
This is all the stuff Ronny likes – except for the Tofu…but I don't think that's going to stop him from eating this. It looks very very good!
Very interesting and the soup looks wonderful.
Thank you for your compliments.
Wendy: Happy Deepavali to you and all at home 🙂
Sophia: haha…this is very individual taste.
Pierre: Thank you. I will go to your blog now.
Olive: Maybe you would like to try some 🙂
JennyMac: Yes, Thank you:D
Soup is perfect this time of year too!
I love cabbage in broth..this looks so yummy 🙂
Oh this soup! Singaporeans love this a lot, huh? My host in Singapore made this all the time. I thought it smelled stinky, though! lol, sorry…>.<
this prok is a marvel bravo !!
and now my last recipe is in english on mly blog !! cheers Pierre
Anncoo…I usually cook cabbage soup with pork or chicken bones, will try to use roast pork sometime, hubby loves cabbage. Thanks for sharing and Happy Deepavali to you and family!
Easy and yummy soup…
Thank you Sushma~same to you too 🙂
Hi anncoo…Wish u and ur family a very happy diwali..hope it brings lots of happiness & luck
CBL: Yes, this is really yummy 😀
wow….make me drooling now, I can imagine the taste, must be real fragrant and sweet.
Hi Foodie: Thank you!
Petite: If you are sick, Add some dong fen (冬粉), mushroom, lean meat and cabbage with the chicken broth. Don't add dried shrimp and roast pork.
This soup is exactly what I need to cure my sickness away right now.
I've never seen sun dried shrimp. Very interesting and the soup looks wonderful.
I'm thinking this is one I'd like…alot!
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Kathy: Yes, sometime clear soup is better.
Peachkins: I also love to use dried shrimps to cook with chilli…very yummy!
I love those dried shrimps.They give so much flavor,specially when you saute veggies!
Love a flavorful brothy soup like this one!! Sometimes the thickened soups are just too much. This one is lovely.
You have sucha refreshingly different blog…Impressive..
Wenns: Thank you 🙂
Laura: Can you get dried shrimps in Paris?
I used tio buy dried shrimps to make Asian soups. But I have not bought any in a long time!
Pearlyn: hihi… I think you are the expert in making roast pork.
Nat & Gera,
Thank you for your compliments 🙂
This soup sure is sweet and delicious , I love soup so much ! BTW can't wait to see your roast pork…thanks for sharing
Just uploaded the dried shrimp picture, so you'll know better.
The white carrot is also white radish. Please check my post under Dian Xin ~ Steamed Radish Cake.
This pork soup is loaded with wonderful flavors! How delicious with the shrimps added 🙂
Palidor, SIS & Sonia,
Yes, is a simple soup and yet delicious.
SIS: Can use lean meat and prawns.
Rachel: Yes, I think you'll like it after you try the roast pork.
I didn't make the chicken broth~used Swason brand~you can check my Steamed Eggs post.
Sometime I make the anchovies with yellow bean as soup base. Can use lean meat and prawns if you don't have roast pork.
What an amazing soup ! can't wait to see how you make the Roast Pork Anncoo…Its something I would LOVE to learn.