So my quest to have soup for the 50 days is going on and on and today I actually went to the market to buy some vegetables. I seldom go to the market because the girls do it for me. But today I wanted to go and check out what was available for my little endeavor.
Somehow nothing tickled my fancy, I bought a bunch of some vegetable which I don’t know the name but seen mum buy it a few times. So let’s see what I can cook up with it. I don’t feel like anything too soupy so it will be something slightly dryer with a soupy gravy.
I have to say though I feel more energized. I think its been a while since I consumed vegetables like this. And frankly I hate stir friend vegetables with oil. I always think why make something healthy so unhealthy?
I wonder if I have any egg white, perhaps and egg white gravy kind of thing would be suitable and something different of course. This endeavor has also made me think, because I used to always leave my meals to my girls and my mum, and somehow while they mean well, you have to take control of some things in your life when it comes to food intake and making sure it is good for your health.
The soup was really nice, rich yet light with the egg white. I don’t think the photo does justice to what I ate, but I tried different things to prevent the glare but it was not possible. I guess we live and learn.
I also have come to realize how cheap it really is to make these soups. I guess the fact that is only for one person, the cost hardly ever goes to RM2. So there you go, cheap and tasty and most importantly healthy.
Mystery Vegetable Soup
Mystery Vegetable 1 bunch – please view photo
Garlic 1 cloves – to be sliced
Carrot the smallest you can find – to be sliced lengthwise
Egg White from 1 egg
Chicken Stock 1 cup – made with real chicken
Salt and Pepper to taste
Water ½ cup
- Boil Stock and add in garlic. Leave to simmer for a few minutes.
- Add Carrots and leave till soft. Season.
- Add ½ cup water to the egg white and beat. Leave aside
- Blanch Mystery Vegetables into the soup, leave for a few minutes.
- Lastly on high heat, pour the egg white over the vegetables.
- Serve immediately