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Rice Cooker Bak Kut Teh

Here's another no-fuss, one-pot dish recipe using my household's trusted Philips Avance Collection Fuzzy Logic Rice Cooker (not an advertisement lol). I do have a compilation of recipes for the dishes I made with this smart rice cooker for the past many years.



(Serves 5-6 adults + 2 kids under 10)

Bak Kut Teh soup pack (note: I prefer those that come with different types of Chinese herbs plus powdered soup pack, see photo above)
500g pork bones (you can use other cuts of meat that you like)
10 cups water
8 dried Chinese mushrooms (soaked, rinsed, cut into halves)
1 can button mushrooms (cut into halves)
1 packet Enoki mushroom (trimmed)
1 pack taufu pok (cut into halves)
2 tablespoons goji berries (rinsed)
4 tablespoons dark, thick soy sauce (adjust if necessary)
4 tablespoons oyster sauce, optional
Salt to taste, optional
Garlic, chopped


How to: 


1. Add bak kut teh soup mix (both powdered soup pack and herbs), pork bones, and water into the rice cooker. Switch on the rice cooker and select the "Soup" mode. Adjust cooking duration to 2 hours 30 minutes. Press start. 

2. After 30 minutes of cooking, add in the rest of the ingredients - mushrooms, taufu pok, goji berries, seasonings, except salt and garlic.


3. After the cooking duration is reached, the rice cooker will beep. Do a taste test. Serve with rice and other dishes.


Our first dinner on the new dining table in our new house with family members.


More bak kut teh posts on my Instagram


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