Homemade Chinese Soups. It's Magical!

I'm not a chef but...

by peter
(Sitiawan Malaysia)

3 in 1 soup

3 in 1 soup

Being a Dutchman living in Malaysia, I hardly can say I am expert on Chinese soups (even though write a little about Malaysian food on my pulau-pangkor.com website. However, there is a little thing I CAN say. I live in Sitiawan where my favorite noodle stall has a soup I haven't found anywhere else. And trust me, that means something after being some years on the road in India (hardly soups though), over 2 years China and years in south east Asia.

My noodle shop here serves a mixed soup. Mixed soups are quite popular in Malaysia/Singapore. This one is a mix of h kien mee, laksa and curry mee. In other words, a mix of spicy prawn noodles, curry noodles and laksa.

The funny thing is that I have introduced this noodle stall to a few locals who had never been there and got, like me, addicted on this soup.

I can't tell you the recipe, but I can tell you, if you ever make it here, give me call:)

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Oct 19, 2010
mixed soup is nice!
by: Melissa

yup!i agree mixed soup is nice..im from a town near sitiawan called teluk intan..now im staying in KL..i agree!mixed soup is awesome..in ss2 theres a very famous seafood noodle shop..they have this nice combo..which is "curry noodle soup mixed with tom yum soup" it is SUPER NICE!hahaha

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