Cream Soup

by - Sunday, September 13, 2009

Cream Soup
Okay, let's start blogging! For some people – including me (but I used to), fasting break time sometimes becomes a revenge time to eat as much as we can to satisfy our hunger from dawn to dusk fasting in Ramadhan month. And what would happen next to us?? I’m sure you can guess that – yeah, super overly full haha. Some people maybe feel their overly full bellies can be delightful, but for some others it can be so torturing – I’m in :D. Some years ago on every Ramadhan month, I used to do that revenge with my brother. So, what always happened to us after that greedy eating was our bellies felt so heavy – it felt like we had a ton of stone in it T_T. Then we would always lean ourselves on a chair in our livingroom for a long time with no expression and hearing our fussy Mom preaching us for something what we’ve done. The torture wasn’t over yet, and this one was the most torturing ever! Praying Shalat Tarawih with many raka’at and couples of sujud moves (a bowing move from kneeling position so that forehead touches the floor) with a bumpy belly was not a great idea AT ALL!!! Yes, it’s indeed so torturing – my belly felt like it was being pressured and all the content in it were likely to be pumped out! Aaarrrggghh…..

the uncomfortable effect of that greedy revenge, I came to realize that I should get rid that bad habit in Ramadhan month. For now, I like to have soupy things for fasting break time. If I have to eat steamed rice, sometimes I will reduce the portion. Having a big portion of food is actually not a good thing for our belly too, it needs an adjustment for it has been empty for a long time – so, don’t SHOCK it! Coz it will shock you back! :P. So, for yesterday’s fasting breaker, I had this cream soup. Love it! It had satisfied me without made me feel like a Hulk in doing Shala Tarawih hehehe :D.


350 ml milk
1 tbsp all purpose flour
¼ yellow onion, chop
2 cloves of garlic, smash
Salt, ground white pepper, and nutmeg powder to season
Beef sausages, slice
Carrot, dice
Broccoli, separate from the hard stem
Broccoli leaves
Margarine to sauté

1. Sauté yellow onion and garlic until fragrant, add all purpose flour, continue sautéing.
2. Add 350 ml milk, stir.
3. Add the spices, sausages and veggies. Cooked until done and the soup becomes somewhat thickening.



350 ml susu
1 sdm tepung terigu
1/4 bawang Bombay, cincang
2 siung bawang putih, pukul/memarkan
Garam, merica bubuk, dan pala bubuk secukupnya
Sosis sapi, iris2
Wortel, iris dadu
Brokoli, petiki dari batangnya yang keras
Daun brokoli

Cara Membuat:
1. Cuci bersih sayur-sayurannya ya....
2. Tumis bawang Bombay dan bawang putih sampai harum, tambahkan tepung terigu, tumis lagi bentar.
3. Tambahkan 350 ml susu, aduk rata.
4. Tambahkan bumbu, sosis, dan sayuran. Masak sampai sop matang dan agak mengental.

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