This is my first attempt to cook Bak-Kut-Teh (Pork Bone Tea Soup) in its simplest form using a tea bag mix my friend from Singapore gave me. It’s a Chinese soup popularly served in Singapore and Malaysia which I had the chance to relish in both countries during my recent tour with The Camerawalls. It tasted better than the one I tried in SG (or maybe I was just very hungry). I’m glad the whole family love it. Best eaten with sweet soy sauce and chopped chili pepper as condiment. I will try to add some vegetables and garnishing next time.
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Haha, yes, do add some vegetables next time! Looks good.
Coming from a vegetarian that’s odd. Haha! Will add some potatoes and button mushroom next time.