Friday, October 22, 2010

Soup in a Bread Bowl

It had been a long time since we've been at a food market particularly one in the heart of city center. It's called Temple Bar Food Market. When we lived around the area, we used to go there every single Saturday just to look around and to enjoy the home-made food made by the large variety of people.

So, last weekend as we were in town, and passing by the area we decided to drop by the market and have a little browse around the place. These are some pictures taken while we were there...


...and what really caught my eyes was this:


It's so yummy and totally different to what I've experienced before.

When we eventually got home, I just couldn't stop thinking about the lovely soup and bread combo. Waiting another week was not an option and the fact that I didn't think my hubby would willingly entertain my requests for plain old soup and bread I  Googled the recipe. Unfortunately, I couldn't find anything remotely similar. Fortunateky, a brilliant idea came to mind. As  I didn't have any sweet potato at home, instead of making the same soup, I made this vegetables soup with some home-made bread using a baguette recipe.

Oh.. my pic is so not mengiurkan.. but believe me... it tastes yummy.. ahaks!

For the soup I just used whatever vegetables I had and boiled them until soft with some garlic cloves and seasoned the whole mixture well with salt and pepper.  When the vegetables were really soft, I just put the whole thing into a blender and blended it well. I poured it all back in the same pot until it boiled. You might need some chicken cubes or vegetable cube for extra flavour. I served it while it was still hot in the bread that I made.

For the bread. Instead making the long baguette shapes, you might need to make a big ball for each soup to be served in. When its cooked, cut the top of the bread and take out all the soft nits inside the bread. Pour the soup in the hole in the bread and enjoy!

Tomorrow is Saturday. Mmm...maybe we might just stop by the Food Market again...

4 comments:

SM said...

Menarik nie. Tak lembik pulak roti tu kene sup...

Unaizah said...

Sedapnya!!!! I pernah makan clam chowder dlm roti camtu. Rajinla you try macam-macam resepi.

Azza Zahra said...

What the best combo i've ever seen!
It's look nice, huh.
Congrates for trying that.
I'd prefer put some potatoes soup
in it, perhaps ;)

Mummy Nana said...

SM: Tulah mmg menarik jugak dan sedap.... roti tu mmg jenis keras sikit.. and sup tu pulak creamy.. so xcepat lembik.. trylah.. boleh tahu hasilnya..;-)

Unai: Dok oversea nie agaknya terpaksa kot try sendiri apa yg boleh.. kalau kat mesia I rasa xbuat jugak kot... heheh

Azza Zahra: Thanks.. u should try it too.. worth it.. hehe... Mmmm... potatoes soup pun sedap jugak.. ganti kan sweet potato tu...

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