Double Boiled Chinese Pear Soup with Philips Pressure Cooker

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Double Boiled Chinese Pear Soup with Philips Pressure Cooker

Last night we went grocery shopping and bought a few nice looking Chinese pear. The weather is hot and having a double boiled soup is sure suited. So with any delayed I make a Double Boiled Chinese Pear Soup using my Philips Pressure Cooker. The soup was so divine to have. It wasn’t too sweet, just at the right flavour and taste. I didn’t even put a drop of salt in it.

Double Boiled Chinese Pear Soup with Philips Pressure Cooker
Soup Ingredients

Ingredient
1 Chinese Pear (skin peeled, cut into quarter)
200gm Pork Rib (washed and cleaned over boiling water)
8gm Wolfberries (Goji)
1 Dry Scallop
5pcs Dried Longan
3cm cut of Dried Chinese Ham
2pcs Dried Oyster
3/4 soup bowl of Water

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Double Boiled Porcelain Placed Inside the Pressure Cooker

Method
1. Place all the ingredients in the double boil porcelain.
2. Place some water in the pressure cooker pot for steaming.
3. Place the porcelain inside the pressure cooker pot.
4. Close the pressure cooker cover, seal the valve.
5. Set the pressure mode to Steam and KPT to 55.

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Close the Porcelain

The outcome of the soup was intensive and the meat was soft too. The only thing I spotted was some of the soup might had escape out from the porcelain in the water in the pot. It was delicious and definitely suits for 2 person. Have a try!

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After Pressure Cooked at Steam Mode 55KPT

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