Hubby and I love Songfa bah-ku-teh for its tender and non-fat tenderloin slices. Hubby loves its peppery taste while I’m gunning for the non-fat meat. We decided to buy their instant soup mix so that we can enjoy it at home and avoid the horrendous crowd at its main shop at Eu Tong Sen road and the long drive to its Changi Point branch. It’s really simple and we improvised it by throwing in vegetables and tau-pok.

1 bag of Songfa instant bah-ku-teh soup mix
200-300g pork loin, cut into slices
1 handful bak choy
6 pieces tau-pok, cut into 4 squares and blanch it to remove excess oil
10-15 pieces garlic cloves, washed
some pepper
1 tablespoon dark soy sauce
1 tablespoon light soy sauce
2 liters hot water

1. Add soup mix and garlic cloves to hot water and boil.
2. Add pork slices and continue boiling until cooked.
3. Add dark and light soy sauce.
4. Add tau-pok and continue boiling and off fire.
5. Add pepper to taste and stir bak choy in. It’s ready to serve.