Friday, March 26, 2010

Chicken Hor Fun Soup




My bf, Gregg, called me at the last minute lunch, and I said, just come home and you are going to have a healthy light quick meal. So I quickly pull out the pork stock from the freezer, add some capers in it to give it saltiness olivey flavour. Then take a bunch of hor fun (flat small size rice noodle) from the pantry, a piece of grilled chicken made few days ago sat in the fridge, some sugar peas from the fridge, some sliced onions and fresh cut cilantro from our garden, making into this fabulous satisfying quick lunch, less than 20 min.

Ingredients:-

1 piece of grilled chicken breast (or just plain chicken breast) cut into cubes or chunks
2 Tablespoon Capers
1 bunch Hor Fun (Flat small size rice noodle)
2 handful Sugar Peas
1 handful of sliced onions
some fresh chopped cilantro (optional fresh mint, basil or vietnamese coriander)
3-4 cups of pork stock (can use any other stocks)
Salt to taste
2 teaspoon Rice Vinegar

Method:-

1. Heat up the stock in a pot, add in the capers together. Boil for 2 min.
2. Throw in the hor fun, cook as instructed. (would say, 2 min)
3. Add in grilled chicken and sugar peas together.
4. Add salt and rice vinegar to taste.
5. Lastly, garnish with fresh cilantro and sliced onions. Good with Sri Racha chili sauce. Make into 2 bowls of Chicken Hor Fun Soup.


"Anda Boleh"

5 comments:

MaryMoh said...

Looks light and delicious. It's a long time I have not eaten this. Time to cook!

gliebgold said...

This was so perfectly delicious. Chef Chong makes healthy food, always taste incredible. His fresh, clean style comes out in every meal.

Chef Chong's Leftover Makeovers said...

Yes, Mary. It is very clean light meal. Just using few ingredients only, you can make this fabulous meal for yourself, your family and friends. I have another one just posted few min ago. Easy and fast and using all the leftover you can find in your fridge.

Tebonin said...

Really love the Asian looking pretty things. Just simple delicious with fresh favor.

Chef Chong's Leftover Makeovers said...

We must have chinese food at least once in 2 days. Hahahahahaha.