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Wednesday, April 25, 2012Y
~*bak kut teh*~

this is the easiest to cook bak kut teh...why? cause everything is in a packet. lols. i know i am lazy k. please do not expect me to cook everything from scratch.


*Sin Tai Hing packet bak kut teh mixes

*5 eggs (your own preferences)
*2 garlics
*700 pork ribs
*japanese mushrooms

Step 1: Wash the pork ribs thoroughly and rinse with hot water before adding it into the pot.

Step 2: Boil a pot of water and when the water boils add in 2 sachets of the Sin Tai Hing Bak Kut Teh Herbs and Spices as well as the garlic and the mushrooms.

Step 3: Simmer for about 30 mins and add the Bak Kut Teh special sauce which is included in the packet.

Step 4: Simmer for another 1.5 hours then it's ready to serve. try the soup before serving and if you prefer it more salty then add salt to taste. As for me i didn't need to add any other things cause the taste is jus fine for me.

Step 5: bak kut teh is ready to be served. it will be even better if there's garlic rice. yummy...



muahz & hugz
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