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Chicken and Sweet Corn Soup

Recipe #: 2  |  Submitted By: sshek  |  Last Modified: 11 Nov 2007
5   (5 out of 5 based on 3 reviews)

Description: Chicken and sweet corn soup is often found on Chinese restaurant menus. It is a favourite with all, and an excellent way to use leftover roast chicken.

Servings: N/A

Chicken and Sweet Corn Soup
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Ingredients for Chicken and Sweet Corn Soup

 1 Chicken Leg or Breast

 1 tsp Light Soy Sauce

 Dash of Pepper

 Dash of Sesame Oil

 300ml Chicken Stock

 1 tin Cream Style Corn (about 400g)

 1 Tbsp Light Soy Sauce

 1 Egg, beaten

 2 tsp Cornflour mixed with 2 Tbsp Water


Directions for Chicken and Sweet Corn Soup

1. Remove the skin & fat from the chicken. Cut into thin strips.

2. Marinade chicken with the seasoning ingredients.

3. Heat up chicken stock and creamed corn in a large pot. Add 1 Tbsp light soy sauce.

4. When hot, add in beaten egg and stir gently, so the egg cooks in strands.

5. Add cornflour mixture to thicken.

6. Divide the soup into individual bowls.

7. Heat up non-stick frying pan. Stir-fry chicken strips until cooked.

8. Scatter a few strips of chicken over the surface of each bowl of soup.


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Reviews for Chicken and Sweet Corn Soup




Date: 20 Feb 2012
User: Soraya
Absolutely Loved it :) I never knew that this soup was so easy to make otherwise I would of made it sooner, it really was hardly any effort with maximum results, I now have one very happy mummy sat at the dinner table :) I did add my own twist on this recipe, I added a teaspoon of honey to my marinade and instead of putting the Soy sauce in with the stock and corn I added that to the marinade also, I decided to not use the cornflour either as I decided that the soup was thick enough for my liking, I only had chives available for garnish and this was a nice addition. Many thanks for sharing this recipe, it will be made again real soon as was with out doubt the best soup I have ever made :) Cheers x


Date: 31 May 2011
User: sshek
Quick to make and tasty too. Will definitely try to make it again.


Date: 30 May 2011
User: mystic
I made this for my wife and myself and we loved it. I will make it again for the rest of my family.


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