Sunday, November 13, 2011

Beef soup


on the package,plus I add a potato and green onion 
Ingredients: estimates
1 Carrot
1 stick celery
1 parsnips
1 turnips
1/2 stick leek
1 potato
1 lbs beef ( for stew )
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1 onion
2 clove garlic
1 tbsp chopped fresh dill
1 tbsp chopped parsley
1/4 cup chopped green onion
5 cups beef stock / 2 tbs beef base mix with 5 cup water
1 tsp celery salt
1/2 tsp white pepper/black pepper
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
soy nut  and  fried shallot ( sprinkle on the soup )


Preparation :
chop onion and garlic,set aside
cut all vegetables  and herbs ingredients on the package ( if use green soup package )
cut beef in cube/bite size ( don't forget wash cutting board after use for the meats )
heat olive oil
fry onion and garlic until cook / looks little bit brown
add beef stock or ( beef base with water )
add beef, cook until beef is tender
after the beef is tender add all chopped vegetables and herbs except green onion
and seasoning with,celery salt,white pepper and red pepper flakes
cook until all vegetable is tender but not too cook
Tip : serve with Hot white jasmine rice and sprinkles with cooked soy nut and fried shallot



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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ridwan,
What grocery store had the soup package ready for sale. What a great idea. Soup looks great.

See food and go

LV said...

This soup reminds me of home:-) I ate this a lot as a kid. This looks delicious.

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Lilly said...

I love soup and yours is packed with veggies! It would be great to have a bowl or two now that it's getting colder.

Asian-spice mix said...

@Anonymous
see food and go/tracey
I found these soup pacage in Martin !!

Asian-spice mix said...

@Anonymous
see food and go:
I bought @ Martin

Curry and Comfort said...

Looks like an amazing soup. I love that you used a variety of root veggies. Well done. :)

Lizzy said...

Looks like a great soup for one of our chilly evenings! I'll have to keep my eye out for your soup mix.

Nava.K said...

Though I don't eat beef, but sure like all the ingredients you have added and for sure I can replace the meat for chicken or lamb.

easyfoodsmith said...

Delicious, wholesome and comforting are the words that immediately cropped in my mind when I saw your post.