Udon In Local Style Tom Yum Soup

I wonder if anyone of you tried the local style tom yum soup before! It's normally served at the tiny Malay restaurants (not mamak stall). It's a bit different from the Thai style which is super red hot in colour. Local style tom yum soup is very much like clear soup but with a touch of Thai tom yum flavour. Interesting...right? This soup is often cooked with seafood especially fish fillet, prawns & squid. Making it looks even more tempting huh ! What about making this special soup with the addition of homemade udon noodle?

Here's the recipe.
Ingredients :
1 Litre  water
20ml   lime juice
2 stalk  lemongrass
handful of curry leaves
7-8  bird eye chilies, slightly smashed
1 tspn   vegetables granule
1 inches  ginger, smashed
1 tbsp  fish sauce
salt & pepper to taste

#one homemade udon noodles recipe
  some fishballs & sliced fish cake
  some bok choy or choy sum (green veggie)
OR any seafood as desired

Method :
(1) bring water to boil and then add in all ingredients, let soup simmer for about 10-15 mins.
(2) now, add in udon noodles, green vegetables, fishballs or meat as desired and continue simmer for another 5 mins.
(3) once ready serve warm with some fried garlic/onion oil.

Unexpectedly, the udon noodle looks slightly whiter after cooking for the second time. It was very satisfying after all. I love especially the soup. Spicy and aromatic ! Hope you guys will love it too. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. I just salivated thinking about these flavors...those fish balls and those noodles - how perfect!

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  2. Hope your doing well ... I can see you are up to your old tricks of making the perfect photo and meal this is it!

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  3. Home cooked ones are so healthy.. for one thing, there are no preservatives in your udon noodles..

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  4. Agreed with Claire, it looks like a healthy bowl of udon... Tum Yum? nope it doesn't looks spicy to me, not at all.

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  5. It looks so good. I love it. I want to make this one day.

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  6. I swear, Kristy, you have the cutest header photograph of anyone in blog land. I smile every time I see it. I have bookmarked this recipe because I know we would love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I have never had this version of the soup andI am really curious to try it. my grandsons - and their grandpa - will love those fat noodles. Your recipes always sound so delicious, Kristy. I hope you and your family have a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

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  8. Your homemade noodles look amazing. And I love the clear tom yam style soups. Yum.

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  9. yes, i've tried before the clear looking tom yum soup, they taste very much quite similar to the red tom yum but very much fragrant. Have a nice day, kristy!

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  10. That looks good. I have never tried udon before.

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