Easy Singapore Recipe: Pig Organ Soup 猪杂汤

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Pig’s organ soup (猪杂汤 pinyin: zhū zá tāng) is a popular Chinese soup in Singapore. This clear soup originated from Chaozhou, China, is usually served with other side dishes such as braised pork leg, braised tofu puffs, braised hard boiled eggs and salted vegetables as well as rice. The broth is boiled with a mixture of pig offal including liver, intestines, stomach, pork meat, some salted vegetables and a sprinkle of crispy garlic bits. The meal is usually served with a special chili sauce. If you like to know how to make chilli sauce to go with your soup, please refer to our kway chap recipe here:

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Serves 12 pax

For soup

4 pieces of pork bones (blanch in water with 1 teaspoon of salt)
Some small and big pig intestine
5L of water
2 bulbs of garlic
1 tablespoon of white peppercorn
500g of salted vegetables – washed
1 piece of pig stomach
Some tomatoes – cut into wedges
Some pig liver
Some lean pork
Some silken tofu
Some pork balls
For crispy garlic in oil
1 bulb of garlic
2 tablespoons of oil

Please feel free to add more water to the soup if you find the soup too salty.

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17 Responses

  1. Kenny Rogers says:

    Mmmmmmm… Pig organ soup taste sooo good!! That taste sooo delicious and refreshing soup!! Great recipe!! See u anytime!!

  2. Erika Groote says:

    very very interesting lol

  3. nice! except for the cho cho garnish. hahaha =p

  4. Siew Mee Koh says:

    This is delicious….. but where is my kway chap Roland & Jamie?? 🙁

  5. Andrew Tan says:

    Yummy my fav 🙂

  6. fuusha 99 says:


  7. Heng TN says:

    Thanks , lovely dish, one thing missing – Pork blood cube. Can get in singapore.

  8. Hi, could u tell me where to buy ready-cleaned small n large intestines? And do u know how to make those glutinous rice rolls that are sold with pig's organ soup? (Tiong Bahru Market had/has? a well-patronised stall). THANKS.

  9. Spaide man says:

    luckily im cooking my own bone soup now, wont feel so miserable watching your delicious food

  10. Clement Tan says:

    Good recipe! Any suggestions on chilli sauce for this?

  11. henry heng says:

    👍 well done!
    Local favourite dishes for meat lovers!
    Thank you 🙏

  12. A G says:

    Love 猪杂汤. I often cook this at home but I omit the intestines as too much work. Besides pork bones and pig's stomach, I use pork belly and pork shoulder to boil in the soup stock till tender, then slice them up. My only gripe about this soup is the preserved mustard leaves. The yellow colouring used in the preservation of this veg is a health concern for me. When I soak it, the water actually turns yellowish. Don't want to be eating food colouring. 😨

  13. Vivienne Wan says:

    Oh gosh… one of my favourite dish look soo yummy you are a real cook thank you for showing
    us this hard work recipe have to eat with the right chilli sauce and black soya sauce.umm

  14. Azra Tabitha says:

    Mdam/Sir ..
    Can I Replace The Organ with Pork Leg ?? Does It Affect The Taste Of The Soup ??..
    Bcz I Know My Employer Doesnt Like The Organ 😅..
    TQ So Much madam/sir 😁

  15. Stan Lee says:

    Outstanding job.. Chef!

  16. Michael Yeow says:

    Thank you for the video. Keep up the good work. Hopefully soon you make a video for kway chay that i requested it long time ago.

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