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Apple and Pear Soup ~ 苹果梨汤


This is an easy to make, simple comfort soup.  The apples and pears help to soothe and moisten the throat and lungs which are what we need right now to combat this extremely hot, humid and hazy weather.  I added in some lean pork and seedless red dates which help to enhance the flavour and make the soup sweet.



Apple and Pear Soup ~ 苹果梨

Ingredients

300 gm lean pork, cut into bite size
2 red apples
2 Chinese pears
10 seedless red dates
3 litres water
Sea salt to taste

Method

Remove the skin and seeds from the apples and pears, cut into quarters
Bring the water to the boil, and add in the red dates, apples and pears
Let it simmer for about 10 mins., then add in the meat
Cover and let it boil for about 10 mins under medium heat
Lower flame and let soup boil for about 2 hours
Fine tune to taste and ladle onto serving bowls
Serve.

Comments

  1. I like the goodness of this recipe and also the combination of red dates. Yummy!

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  2. Hi Soke Hah, I like this kind of soup with red dates. We eat up everything. This should be easy to cook if I use the thermal cooker. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. This is a perfect remedies to keep us away from getting sick on this sunny hot day.
    Have a great day ahead dear.
    Blessings, Kristy

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  4. So interesting! I have never had fruits in soup. I am very curious to try.

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