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Chicken and pork soup

 

1 whole chicken

1 kg cut pork ribs

 

Put in a pot and just cover with water

 

Then u will cut in small pieces,

 

3 onions

3 pc garlic

2 carrots

4 eggplants

 

Add 1 tbs salt and some pepper

 

Bring to a boil and then slowly cook this for one hour

 

Turn of the heat and take out the chicken and pork

 

Add 100 gram of pasta and cook this in the soup for the appropriate time directed on the package.

 

Then u can pick the meat off the chicken and pork and add it back in the soup

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Being an avid cook for most of my life, i can give a few simple suggestions to improve and liven this up a bit, either Filipino style of western style.

 

1. Make sure the pork is fairly lean. Ribs vary in cut quite a bit here.

2. Before you cook the pasta, remove some of the fat off the top.

3, Add some type or aromatic spice like lemon grass if you want Filipino style, maybe bay leaves for more western taste.

 

Simple suggestions that will enhance the dish! Cheers!

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Hogan1950

Being an avid cook for most of my life, i can give a few simple suggestions to improve and liven this up a bit, either Filipino style of western style.

 

1. Make sure the pork is fairly lean. Ribs vary in cut quite a bit here.

2. Before you cook the pasta, remove some of the fat off the top.

3, Add some type or aromatic spice like lemon grass if you want Filipino style, maybe bay leaves for more western taste.

 

Simple suggestions that will enhance the dish! Cheers!

 

Another suggestion for the pork ribs. Put them in an oven safe pan, and roast em for about 30 minutes first. Adds a nice colour and flavour by slightly caramelizing the sugars in the pork. Could do this for the chicken too, for that matter. You want to use the same pan you will add water to on the stove later, thus retaining the any drippings you might get. This method works for me.

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