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Cooking KPIs: soup

I have set cooking my own meals as one of my KPIs - it is a thing I adopted from my district days. I have changed from someone who opt for processed food to one who chooses more natural and raw ingredients thrown into the pot. 
Cooking soup is the simplest dish one can make. It can contain all the major food groups ranging from protein, carbs, fibre and vitamins. It is also simple because you do not need to fry up stuffs and cause all sorts of mess around the stove.
I also enjoy cooking a pot of soup because it can be so versatile. You can create different types of soup with the various ingredients you find in your pantry or refrigerator.

Before you start, decide on the base of the soup. It can be a simple pork broth base, kimchi, tomyam or even chicken stock base. I often use pork bones as they make the soup sweet. Seasoning can be pretty simple too. You can dump in some soy sauce, oyster sauce, salt and pepper to taste and other random things such as paprika or chilli flakes.

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