Thursday, August 3, 2017

Pear & Chrysanthemum Soup

Pear & Chrysanthemum Soup ????? - A simple home remedy that helps to relieve dry throat, sore throat and reduce body heat. It also helps to soothe and nourish the lungs. Can serve chilled as a refreshing drink. Recipe credit to my mom. :)

Song Cho Soup Maker

I received a Song Cho Soup Maker few weeks back and I have decided to try out this recipe using the STEW function. Well, cooking this soup using Song Cho Soup Maker is easy. 

Besides making western soup, there is a STEW function that is ideal to stew meat dishes and cooking soup/ dessert that does not need to be blended or pureed. It takes only 40 minutes to complete the cooking and the best thing is, I don't need to check the status of my soup. The soup maker will do all the cooking and when the cooking is over, the soup maker will alert me with a loud 'beep' music. Totally love it! :)

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100g Rock Sugar ?? 100?

1.2 Litre Water ? 1.2 ??

2 Chinese Pear ?? 2?

25g Chrysanthemum ?? 25?

12g Wolfberries ?? 12?

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1. Prepare the syrup: In a saucepan, heat up rock sugar and water until the sugar is fully dissolve. Leave it to cool.

2. Meanwhile, peel and core the pears, cut into chunks.

3. Add pears, chrysanthemum and wolfberries into Song Cho soup maker, pour in the syrup until it reaches 1500ml. 

4. Cover with the lid. Press MENU, select STEW and press START. The soup will be ready in 40 minutes. The soup maker will alert you with the 'beep' sound when it is ready.
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~ Special thanks to Song Cho Singapore ~