What is the best soup to make?
The best soup to make is not only the one that using easy recipes, but also warms and fulfills your appetite. The rainy season that is happening in Singapore and some parts of Malaysia definitely calls for an easy recipe like soup.
Take it to the next level, why not reminisce our previous trip by fixing up some of the world's best soup at home? These soups will feed not only your tummy but also your longing soul for traveling.
Tom Yum Soup Recipe
It's spicy, it's fulfilling, and it reminds you of bright and sunny Thailand. A bowl of Tom Yum soup is perfect for a rainy day. Pair it with white rice, and you can call it a full meal.
Check out HHWT's favorite Tom Yum soup recipes as a starter and get funky with whatever ingredients you like.
You can also follow the step by step for making a tasty Tom Yum soup in the video above!
Kimchi Soup Recipe
South Korea is one of the countries that we missed the most. Imagining yourself walking down the street of Myeongdong in the winter holiday. You rush yourself to one of the local halal restaurants to enjoy a warm bowl of kimchi jjigae.
Well, we cannot travel to Korea now but we can bring the taste to our home with HHWT's kimchi soup recipe. Enjoy it by the window while watching the pouring rain to resembles the Korean winter.
Miso Soup Recipe
A miso soup recipe is one of the easiest you can make at home. This simple soup goes well with white rice, noodle, or as a side dish to complete your meal. All you need to make it are tofu, scallions, miso, seasoning, and water.
You can find halal miso in this article: Halal Japanese Products You Can Find Online In Singapore
French Onion Soup Recipe
Originated in France in the 18th century, french onion soup remains as a dish that reminds us of a brunch in Paris. This rich and savory dish traditionally requires white or red wine. So we’ve tweaked the recipe to make it alcohol-free. Find the recipe here!
Pho Noodle Soup Recipe
The key to a delicious pho recipe is broth. Not only the meat, but you will also need beef bones to make the broth richer. You can follow the step by step to make a pho at home in the video above!
Halal Bak Kut Teh Recipe
Given that this traditional soup is often made with pork, it's predominantly known as a non-halal dish. Recently, Denise Deanna (founder of the popular Deanna's Kitchen hawker stalls in Singapore and a Chinese-Muslim revert) shared a halal bak kut teh recipe using lamb ribs which we're definitely excited about.
Check out Denise's halal bak kut teh recipe and bring it to the comfort of your home!
Cook through your rainy days or order some warm hearty meals from our recommendations: