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

Ms. Dominique, with her post Har Gow and Egg Tarts on a Friday, on her blog: From Dominique's Desk.

I just LOVE the colors on these har gow pieces! I wish I know how to make them! To learn more about the shot above, do click on the shot and see Ms. Dominique's yummy post.
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Squash and Snow Peas Soup is the post for today!


Ingredients

  • squash (peeled and chopped)
  • snow peas
  • chicken stock, cheese, milk, olive oil 
  • garlic, pepper, salt



Procedure

  • Place the squash together with the garlic cloves in a pan. Drizzle olive oil (or any oil that you have on hand), salt and pepper. Mix. Roast till tender.
  • Peel the cloves and mash together with the squash. Set aside.
  • Heat chicken stock (or you may opt to use plain water or vegetable stock), then add milk and sliced snow peas. Let simmer.
  • Add the mashed mixture together with cheese and mix well.
  • Adjust seasoning to your liking.
  • Serve hot.



Honestly, immediately after roasting the squash I couldn't help but gobble a few. Then when I started mashing them I loved it even more because of the roasted garlic. But, I was planning on making soup, so I continued on. My kids liked it; I guess because of the cheese. lol. :P

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6 shared thoughts:

Hazel Ceej at: Fri Nov 29, 02:47:00 AM GMT+8 said...

It's the colors that attracted me to Dominique's creation too. Guess I will like your soup, Maiylah though I'm not a big fan of squash, I love snow peas.

Oggi at: Fri Nov 29, 05:44:00 AM GMT+8 said...

It looks wonderful and healthy too. Oh I love the flavor of roasted garlic; it's somehow less harsh when slowly roasted.

Julie at: Fri Nov 29, 08:34:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Playing this week! Looks good, especially with cheese and garlic. Can you use all purpose cream perhaps?

Winnie at: Fri Nov 29, 04:21:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I looooooove the soup Maiylah !!
Thank you for the party and I wish you a wonderful weekend

Dominique Goh at: Fri Nov 29, 04:24:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Thanks for the feature..love your dish

Nicholas V at: Sat Nov 30, 08:03:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Great recipes, Maiylah. Thanks for hosting.

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