Chicken clear soup

This soup is actually my husband’s speciality and was taught to me by him. He had taken reference from some online site and prepared specially for me. It is very simply and looks and tastes very much similar to restaurant type.

Hope you like it and enjoy too!!

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Recipe :

Ingredients :

  • 200 gms chicken breast pieces
  • water
  • 1/2 tsp pepper powder
  • salt as per taste
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tsp cornflour
  • 2 strands of spring onion greens
  • 4 -5 tsp olive oil

Method:

  1. Take as much water as the amount of soup you required. Add pepper powder and salt as per taste. Boil the chicken pieces in this water.
  2. While boiling, you will find a layer of froth formation. Remove that layer with a spoon.
  3. Once the chicken pieces are cooked, put off the gas and remove the pieces and allow to cool.
  4. Retain the water that was used for boiling the chicken. This is the chicken stalk.
  5. Once the chicken pieces are cooled, shred them.IMG_20160716_154058
  6. Add as much water to the cornflour as thick or thin you require the soup to be. Mix it well so that no lumps are formed.
  7. Heat the chicken stalk. To it add the chicken pieces.
  8. Once the soup comes to a slight boil, add the cornflour mixture to it while stirring continuously so that there is no lump formation. The soup will begin to thicken once you add the cornflour.
  9. Add salt and pepper as per taste.
  10. Take an egg and beat it a little.
  11. Pour this into the soup while stirring vigorously. You will find fine strings being formed. The egg gets cooked in the heat of soup.
  12. Put off the gas and garnish with spring onion greens.
  13. In another little pan, heat the olive oil. It should be slightly boiling hot.
  14. Pour this cautiously into the soup.
  15. Chicken clear soup is now ready.

Note : Remember not to boil the soup too much as this will thicken the soup more once you have added the cornflour mixture.

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