Lovey Herby Soupy

Bambang Priantono


It’s yummy as it can be eaten in the cold night or seasons. It contains of herbs which can cure your flu and depends on the amount of ingredients you want to add. It was made through my brainchild when I was preparing my dinner. There were some unused carrots, potatoes and tomatoes. It’s warm, little bit spicy and sour at the same time. That’s my herby soupy.. It’s easy and simple in preparation (at least for myself). I share the soup by inviting my good friend at 9 pm and we enjoyed the soup together. Trust MSG and tomato sauces at all! Just fresh tomatoes I used for this soup. Light and spicy.

Inspiration can come anytime and sometimes in unexpected way. And here it is.

Sliced tomatoes (from 1 or 2 tomatoes)
250 gr chicken fillet (cut into cubes)
2 unpeeled potatoes, cut into small cubes (make it sure all washed and cleaned up)
2 carrots (slice thinly).
(Quiet simple…right?).
1 teaspoon chopped ginger
Some fennels, cumin seeds, one cardamom, cinnamon and one clove.
5 onions (chop it)
2 garlics (chop it well)
1 leek (chop into small pieces)
Some honey, salt, and pepper.
1 or 2 glasses of water.
1 tablespoon of cooking oil.

1. Preheat the non stick deep frying pan and put the cooking oil with small amount of margarine.
2. Stir onions, garlic, leek and gingers until fragrant.
3. Add other herbs and let it whitered.
4. Then, add the sliced tomatoes, let it whitered and mashed well.
5. Add the potatoes, let it shimmered.
6. Add the chicken fillet, stir until brownish and juicy.
7. Put the carrots, give the honey, salt and pepper.
8. Pour the water, let it cooked well while you can stir it.
9. Prepare your bowl, pour it and eat it while still hot.
10. Enjoy it!


For two portions


About Bambang Priantono

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10 Comments to "Lovey Herby Soupy"

  1. J C  9 December, 2013 at 05:19

    Mas Bambang, pas masak kok ora ngandani…kalau info, ta’parani…bawa rantang…

  2. Lani  7 December, 2013 at 08:06

    CHARLES :Hello, that sure looks very delicious for sure. Would love to have a taste.

    Well, you can cook it yourself, the writer giving the recipe in here……and please don’t forget share it with me ok……..

    7 CHEESY : Sounds yummy, can I be the person to share the second portion please

    No, you can’t because you can cook it for yourself……remember, u r a good cook too. Please cook and share it with me…….sound good?????
    Let’s talk again in skype will ya???????

  3. Alvina VB  6 December, 2013 at 01:32

    yummy….thanks for sharing; soup is very good for winter time. Nanti saya coba dech…

  4. cliff threadgold  5 December, 2013 at 16:59

    Sounds yummy, can I be the person to share the second portion please

  5. Charles  5 December, 2013 at 15:42

    Hello, that sure looks very delicious for sure. Would love to have a taste.

  6. Lani  5 December, 2013 at 13:59

    SUMMER GIRL; PHIE : nek sing kayak gitu wokehhhhhhh tunggale……….tinggal mangap…………..trs mak-lebbbbbbbbbb…………kkkkkkkkk

  7. phie  5 December, 2013 at 13:32

    bumbunya kok mirip soto banjar ya mas bambang? saya jg suka bikin soto apa sup klo lg dingin begini….lebih suka lg klo tinggal makan kya Summer hahahaha

  8. Summer Girl  5 December, 2013 at 09:35

    I Love soup, apalagi kalau langsung tersedia tanpa harus memasak.

  9. Lani  5 December, 2013 at 09:28

    Thank you for sharing the recipe…….

    I love soup, especially for cold weather…….

  10. Handoko Widagdo  5 December, 2013 at 08:04

    Sejak pindah ke Serpon jadi suka memasak ya?

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