Soup Winter Melon Soup | Bone Broth Soup [Nyonya Cooking] by admin May 21, 2018, 10:09 am 48 Comments Carrot (Food)Cooking (Interest)Ginger (Ingredient)honey datePork (Food)red dateSoup (Type Of Dish)Winter Melon (Food) See more Previous article Indo-Chinese Recipes | Ventuno Home Cooking Next article Sunday Indian lunch routine | Indian lunch recipes vegetarian | kannada recipes | lunch menu ideas 48 Comments Leave a Reply Thanks for sharing this yummy soup…i will try to cook tonight….looks yummy… Reply gonna cook this for my nonya grandma Reply Thanks i will try this today,,,,nice very good job Reply wow … I tried it taste so good Reply Next time I will definitely try this soup 🍲 Reply Hi beautiful~~ Reply Yum Reply Hi. Great recipe!! I'm going to try it but I couldnt understand what to do after you add the melon. You said clearly " After 70 minutes boiling, Add the melon then….."????!!!! Did you say "let it cool about 20 or 30 minutes or let it cook about 20 or 30 minutes? then servie" Because at first you said to cook it 90 minutes?? Many thanks. I can't wait to try it. 😉 Reply This looks delicious! Where do you get the pork in Frankfurt? Thanks for posting! Reply u're cute. Reply I made this soup last week end. Soooo delicious. I used dried scallops, It was amazing!!!You seem to be a very nice person, It is a pleasure to watch you.Thank you Reply i will try today for the family…thankyou for the video… Reply I love it..Wow looks delicious.. Thank you so much 😄👍 Reply Thanks for your yummy recipes 👍 Reply wow, looks very good. Reply Thanks, this recipe very help me Reply I tried this.. why mine taste bitter ?? 🙁 Reply Which soup is bak tuk teh?or meat bone tea? Reply good. simple, healthy and delicious. please provide more recipe on soup.tq Reply How can make this soup without chicken/pork/beef? And how long should I cook it for if this way? Reply I will try this… Soon Reply Love your winter melon soup really good and healthy . I also tried steam chicken either goji berries very delicious. I love your channel and cooking recipes are easy yo follow. Thank you. Reply Looks amazing! Hope to try out your recipes soon 😀 Also you're super adorable XD I'm obsessed with your dimples! Reply Looks delicious! How many servings does this recipe make? Reply Is there any substitution for honey date? Reply Thanks for sharing the recipe. 🙂 Reply Hi! May i know how many does this serve? Checked your website too but it wasn't stated 🙁 Reply Thanks for reminding of this soup! Will make it tonight.Just wanted to add something I used to see my Mom do. We have coil burners, so she would char the squid on them before adding into the soup. This created a more pungent smokey flavour and in a way – more aromatic and rustic :). Reply I dont like pork Reply I love winter melon! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe! 🙂 Reply There are seedless red dates. And it is a wonderful thing to cook with herbs and wolfberries or goji berries are wonderful to go with chicken too with slightly salt and ginseng slices. :). Scallop is so so important. It was such a nice thing that it was so easily available in kl. 🙂 Reply Nice…..thx…terima kasih Reply Love your videos, Grace. Keep posting. I believe when I live abroad in the future, I'll have to refer to your videos to taste back the good classic Malaysian cooking. 🙂 Reply Can you make itik tim next ？ Reply could you please make more soup videos? i love them! and i love these soups. Reply Love you, Q T Dimples!!:):) Reply i want to use chicken leg boleh? Reply Thank you very much for share your recipes, you are very Amazing!!!! XOXO Reply WHat does winter melon taste like? Can you describe it or compare it to something? And what is the texture of the carrots in the end product? I imagine it to be veeery soft because it has been boiling for 90 minutes! Could I add the carrots at a later point of time? Reply Do more soup tutorial^^ btw like all your foods u cook=D Reply Just how my por por makes it 🙂 Love these soup recipes! Reply i like this…peace Reply Can you teach us how to make cendol? 😍 Reply i like your channellll! Reply Definitely remind a typical Chinese Malaysia Home Cook food !! Reply I laughed at the mumbo-jumbo crack about vitalism. 😀 Love seeing people with their heads on straight. Reply Did you migrate to Frankfurt? Reply Yummy yummy yummy…I love this dish. I have never cooked it but it's now time for me to try it. Thank youIn the meantime can you send me a plate to Sydney pleaseeee 🙂 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.