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Kiam Chye Aar

Postby kctsang » Mon Jun 21, 2010 11:14 pm

Kiam Chye Aar

Duck soup with preserved mustard
Popular among the Hokkiens and Teochews in Singapore, Malacca and Penang. This soup is home cooked food at its best, easy to prepare and rarely available in restaurants.

Ingredients:
Kiam Chye(Preserved Mustard) - sliced and soaked
kao ki(wolf berries or kee chi in Cantonese)
preserved lemon
preserved plum
preserved shallots
duck
tomatoes

seasoning:
msg
palm sugar

method:
Put all ingredients in a big pot, bring to boil and cook over low heat for at least 3 hours. Add msg, palm sugar and tomatoes.
Turn off fireand let stand for at least 24 hours. Remove bones from duck, extra fat, lemon, plum and shallots. Reheat before serving.
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Re: Kiam Chye Aar

Postby AngieNg » Thu Nov 25, 2010 10:21 pm

Hi KC,

A variation.. Kiam Chye Ribs.

instead of aar, use pork prime ribs,
omit msg,
add a whole bulb of garlic.
pepper corn

Yums!

Angie
PS: didnt realise this section existed. Great idea! Thanks.
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Re: Kiam Chye Aar

Postby alan owyong » Sat Mar 03, 2012 10:00 pm

Irrespective of duck or pork ribs, it is important to get the right Kiam Chye.
How to make sure that they are not just the salty type but has a nice sour taste as well.
Definitely no MSG.
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Re: Kiam Chye Aar

Postby green baron » Mon Mar 05, 2012 6:03 pm

KC,Amy,
Next BIG gathering we have Kiam Chye Aar ok :thumbsup:
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Re: Kiam Chye Aar

Postby angieng » Tue Mar 06, 2012 2:33 pm

KIAM CHYE AAR/Pork Ribs/Pork Trotters...

With Pork trotters also very good!
Kiam Chye.. sliced and soaked AND squeezed dry!

For nice sour taste.. can add slices of Assam Gelugor (Garcinia atroviridis)
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