Soup How to make ABC Soup – It’s easy as ABC! by admin October 12, 2016, 10:06 pm 21 Comments abcabc soupbonesbrothcarrotchickenchicken feetCorneasygarlichealthynutritiousonionPotatorecipesingaporesou...tomatoyunan ham See more Previous article (HD) RECIPE: Chinese Steamed Eggs 蒸水蛋 Next article 5 HEALTHY BACK TO SCHOOL LUNCH IDEAS! 21 Comments Leave a Reply I wonder how the carrots and other veggies didnt come into a mashed up style after keeping it on low flame for about 2.5 to 3hrs.. ?? Reply can i put lemon grass, instead oh greedeir and yunan ham in the soap, Reply May I ask why U put the vege at the bottom & chicken the the top? I would have thot meat / bones at the bottom where flame is strongest? Reply looks very nice.i wonder if i can make a vegan version of it with soy or seitan. Reply Nice Reply wait a second, is that chicken feet? so I guess this is Asian cooking then? oh, I see, this is Singapore Chinese cooking, no wonder. Nice soup:) Reply This reminds me of frugal Irish stew. Only sweetcorns are not our native foods, but we eat imported ones. Our traditional Irish stew consists of meat cuts, carrots, onions, potatoes and stock. Optionally, you can add other vegetables of choice like celeries, cauliflowers, peas, etc. Reply we can skip ham. Reply To slow Reply I made this last week when I was coughing up a lung! I was coughing all night on Sunday. Monday afternoon, I saw your video and made it (without corn and more garlic. I was able to sleep through the night without coughing (maybe once and that was it!). I call it the miracle/magic soup! I didn't add salt or pepper. Add plenty of flavor without salt or pepper. Thank YOU! Reply thanks for the reply, regarding the homemade cheese, can we made ricotta/cottage cheese from milk bought from supermarket in SG? Reply no need to add oil and salt? Reply baigan soup Reply Nice clear soup. Yummy!Btw, better to do cutting with the part of the blade nearer to the handle, less strength needed. Reply Can i cook that in thermal magic cooker? Reply i like abc soup to..but when my mom cooking this ssoup she didt put ham.. Reply Can I substitute the breast for the feet? Reply Do u add concentrated chicken stock and is the soup suitable for malay and isit halal? Reply Thank you so much for posting, you cute when you play bit with that chicken feet.. Hehehehehehehe Reply I'm eating it for lunch now!Thanks for posting!!!My dad also cooks ABC Soup and when I am at the Living Roklom I can smell itSo he always cooks my favourite foodI like the soup too!♡ Reply That looks SO so good! I showed it to my mum too, she really liked it. And the colours in this soup are just stunning! And the music gave it a very nice relaxed feel…lovely! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.