Thursday, June 14, 2007

Aunty Foo's Punggol Delicacies (Part 2)

Next this was pig stomach soup. Aunty Foo has actually cut them and twisted all of them up. Actually it was the little girl at home that help grandma tie them up. Cute ya!

This is without the soup, so you can see what is being served in each bowl.
Actually, I do not like eating these stuff, but I love the soup. The soup is peppery and hot! Yum yum!

Next was gigantic prawns. Our aunt from London was having dinner with us, she said in London it is very rare to have prawns that are this big. Their big prawns there are like the small prawns we have here.

The last dish is the steam pomfret. Do you know what ingredients here made the soup superb? Next time when you steam fish, add in leeks! Then you can taste the difference.

Hope you enjoyed this and can use them to plan for your coming home cook meals.

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Shilpa said...

Where to find leeks in S'pore ah? I was looking for some in my neighbourhood ntuc, but don't have leh...

Keropok Man said...

shilpa, you can find them in NTUC!

I always see them on sale in NTUC or in the markets :-)

Hakka House said...

Anyway Aunty Foo will share her recipes? Everything looks so amazing. Very jealous.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

The prawns and steamed promfrey look delicious! I love steamed fish and don't get it often because nobody else likes it.

My mom used to make the peppery soup you mentioned above. And yes, I like the soup only too.

tigerfish said...

I also like pig stomach AND the soup, but prefer the latter more lah! The pig stomach eat too much sometimes feel a bit jelat!

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