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When I feel a bit sick… love to eat this warm pas7a in soup

I went for a friend’s birthday party last Saturday, we had dinner at this local restaurant inside this wet market in North Point. The food was amazing, we ate some seafood, like deep fried oyster, steam clams with eggs, and etc. Then, we went for karaoke and of course we drunk a lot, whiskey mixed water or green tea. I don’t know what went wrong, but my stomach started to feel bad since then. Not sure if because of the seafood or the ice is not clean for the drinks.

Anyway, my stomach started to feel slightly better yesterday, I was craving for this pasta in soup every time I don’t feel well. It’s kind of light, not that heavy and rich, and in soup that comforts you and keeps you warm. Very simple and easy to handle, see if you like to try it out.

The ingredients are very simple too, broccoli, potatoes, spaghetti and chicken broth. Boil a pot of hot water, chop the potatoes and broccoli in small cubes. Bring the hot water to boil, then put some olive oil and chicken broth or condensed chicken stock in, then add potatoes first, let them cook until half way done. Then, add broccoli and cook for few 2 to 3 minutes. Then add the broken spaghetti in and cook until it’s done, cooking time can refer to the package. Season with some salt as a final touch. You can also cook this with chicken meat in cubes too, if you think this is too vegetarian.

Serve the pasta with black pepper, you can also add some more flavours as you like. I like to add some red chilli pepper flakes, parmesan cheese, dry parsley and more olive oil on top.

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