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This week's featured Food Friday player is ...

Ms. Winnie, with her Honey-Dough Filled Rolled Cookies post, on her blog Something Sweet.

I wish I can have one of those cookies right now...am sure it would be perfect not only with coffee but with any other drink (or all by itself)! Browsing through Ms. Winnie's food blog always reminds me of home since there was a time when my parents put up a small bakeshop and us kids would bake cakes and cookies for our own consumption! If you love baking as much as Ms. Winnie does, then do check out her site!
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Since my son and I have been feeling a bit under the weather lately, I decided to make something soupy with what I have available ... decided to call this: Whatever Is Available Soup. :D


Ingredients:
meat (i used pork shoulder, which I cooked until tender, in water, salt, pepper, crushed ginger, garlic, onion, and Italian Seasoning for around an hour)
corn kernels, green beans, mung bean sprouts, chili
salt, pepper, sesame oil, hard-boiled egg
instant noodles


Procedure
Cook meat. Once tender, add the corn kernels. Simmer for around ten more minutes. Throw in the green beans. Adjust seasoning. Turn off heat.
Meanwhile, prepare the plate and add in the noodles, placing the other ingredients (meat, mung bean sprouts, green beans, chili, hard-boiled egg, and corn kernels) on top. Ladle in the soup. Add a drizzle of sesame oil and maybe some chili flakes.
You may opt to add more broth than what I have shown, since the noodles tend to absorb some of it.
Enjoy!


I omitted the chili for my son (he's not a chili fan, lol). We both had fun slurping our food and even went for seconds! :D

I think this would have been much better if I added something leafy...but I didn't have any available. Maybe next time...we're still on the road to recovery, so most probably I will be making something similar again this weekend. :)

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9 shared thoughts:

Luna Miranda at: Fri Nov 16, 02:25:00 AM GMT+8 said...

hey, mai--the inlinkz widget is not showing.:p

here's my link:
http://bilogangbuwanniluna.blogspot.com/2012/11/folded-pizza.html

Winnie at: Fri Nov 16, 06:33:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Thank you Maiylah for your kind and sweet words.
I appreciate it a lot!!

Oggi at: Fri Nov 16, 08:04:00 AM GMT+8 said...

The dish looks great for Whatever is Available Soup.:)

Hope you and your son are doing better.

cquek at: Fri Nov 16, 02:41:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Ahhhh love it!

Nicholas V. at: Fri Nov 16, 08:05:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Sometimes the best food comes out of improvisation and using whatever is in the pantry!
Thanks for hosting.

Tetcha Figuerres at: Fri Nov 16, 08:47:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Whatever-is-available soup, that's a cute name for a soup dish!

Julie at: Sat Nov 17, 07:46:00 PM GMT+8 said...

That looks just about right esp now that the nights are going colder.

Happy weekend!

maiylah at: Sun Nov 18, 06:59:00 AM GMT+8 said...

@LM: glad you managed to link up, sis! :)

thanks again for playing everyone! much much appreciated! i have bookmarked a couple of food posts in this week's list...loving it!

enjoy your weekend! :)

maiylah at: Sun Nov 18, 06:59:00 AM GMT+8 said...

@Cquek: thanks for visiting! love your food blog! :)

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