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Chinese Chicken and Corn Soup


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

Chicken Stock

  • 0.75 litre chicken stock, e.g. 3 Cups
  • 400 grams chicken breasts, Roughly Cut
  • 30 grams olive oil
  • 1 --- onion large, Quarted
  • 2 clove garlic
  • 5 cm ginger knob, fresh
  • 310 gram Can creamed corn
  • 2 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon Chinese Rice Wine
  • 1 tablespoon cornflour
  • 2 tablespoon sesame oil
  • 4 sping onion/shallots, chopped for garnish
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Start by placing Chicken Stock and one peeled Garlic Clove into Thermomix Bowl.  Add 1 cup of water.  Place TM basket into Bowl and add chicken breasts.  Place on lid and poach chicken for 15 mins/100degrees/speed 2.  When complete carefully remove chicken into a spare bowl, reserve chicken stock into a different bowl.  Discard Garlic clove.  Place cooked chicken into TM Bowl and shread 10 secs/counter-clockwise operation/speed 4.  Put shreaded chicken back into spare bowl and add 1 cup of chicken stock to bowl.  (Helps to keep the shreaded chicken moist).

  2. Place Quarted Onion, remaining garlic clove, ginger into bowl and chop 5 secs/speed 7. Scrape down bowl.   Add 30 gms Olive Oil and Saute 3 mins/Varoma/speed 1.


    Scrap down bowl, add stock, creamed corn, soy sauce, rice wine. Cook 15 mins/counter-clockwise operation/90 degrees/speed 1 with MC removed.  Add shreaded chicken meat.


    Stir Cornflour, sesame oil, and 1 tablespoon of water in a small bowl until smooth, add small amount of hot stock to this bowl and stir.  


    Set Thermomix to 5 mins/counter-clockwise operation/90 degrees/speed 2 and add cornflour mix through hole in lid.  Soup will thicken.


    Season to taste.


    Add Spring Onions once served as garnish.


     

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Feel free to add or change as you see fit.  I converted this from our Favourite Chicken, Corn Soup I have been making in our Wok.  Kids love it, great for when sore throats/colds/flus hit.  


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  • Amazing soup!

    Submitted by calman on 9. September 2018 - 19:57.

    Amazing soup!

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  • Add some fresh parsely and shallots when chopping...

    Submitted by Samarra on 9. May 2017 - 18:33.

    Add some fresh parsely and shallots when chopping onions and later add a can/fresh/frozen corn kernels is a nice addition, also add some asian rice noodles to your bowl

    Thermomix Consultant GC

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  • Not bad, but not exactly what I was hoping for.

    Submitted by PinkSwan on 25. February 2017 - 23:06.

    Not bad, but not exactly what I was hoping for.

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  • This was delicious, worth the

    Submitted by Samarra on 23. July 2015 - 14:30.

    This was delicious, worth the many steps.Used thigh instead (tastier) Held the basket of chicken up with the spatula while pouring out stock (used 1ltr of stock instead of addtion of water) Only used about 2cm of ginger for kids to eat too. Added in Chicken with 10mins to go (thigh needs longer) along with addition of 100grams of Angel hair pasta. Didnt do the step with the cornflour as didnt need. Thanks was amazing  Love

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  • Quite a few steps to this,

    Submitted by daisyr on 8. June 2015 - 21:52.

    Quite a few steps to this, but the result was worth it.  Really delicious soup!  Will be making again for sure.

    I feel like the recipe steps could be tidied up a little to make it easeir to follow though, I had to keep re-reading it.  

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  • Very nice, It feels like it

    Submitted by Chloe91g on 10. April 2015 - 15:23.

    Very nice, It feels like it needs something else to make it amazing but I can't think what.

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  • I sauted onion and garlic in

    Submitted by katiedalton on 9. March 2015 - 18:19.

    I sauted onion and garlic in sesame oil prior to adding the stock for poaching the chicken, to add more flavour.  Then strained out the onion for the stock.  This soup is absolutely delicious, loved by my 3 sons: 8, 6 & 4!! 

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  • Made this for the second time

    Submitted by jackiewhite on 23. October 2014 - 08:27.

    Made this for the second time and again it was delicious. I used chicken thigh this time and I added some bacon at step 2 and it added some lovely flavour. Great recipe for after dental work, had to blend up the hubby's soup after the rest of us were served as he had 2 wisdom teeth removed yesterday!

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  • I did add the egg white to

    Submitted by Melaniehulm on 16. August 2014 - 22:47.

    I did add the egg white to the soup at the end so it had the whisps of egg like Chinese restarants. Delicious

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  • Absolutely delicious ! A

    Submitted by Mareedee on 21. July 2014 - 14:41.

    Absolutely delicious ! A winner in our house. Thanks for posting. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I dont mind it chunky

    Submitted by scottzed on 20. June 2014 - 18:15.

    I dont mind it chunky sometimes for a change and when I do, I add sliced Bok Choy leaves into the bowl for the last minute into the soup as its mixing.  And I also like it very spicy (bit of a chilli head) but the family doesnt, so I add later on.  Tastes great with finely sliced Thai Red Chilli's! Im glad you all enjoyed it! tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • thank you very much for this

    Submitted by smiley6 on 20. June 2014 - 11:29.

    thank you very much for this recipe..tastes exactly like the one from the chinese take away...( my go to after a dental appointment..tmrc_emoticons.;) )..... hubby likes it spicy, so i add chilli and coriander in his bowl..... will make it again for sure !!

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  • Thanks for posting this

    Submitted by jackiewhite on 19. June 2014 - 22:57.

    Thanks for posting this recipe. Great flavors,  next time I will try to keep my chicken a bit chunkier, by not putting it back into the bowl until in reverse. Husband a kids all licked their bowls clean, definitely a winner in this household!

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  • This was yummy sure will do

    Submitted by Lesley F on 14. June 2014 - 15:36.

    This was yummy sure will do again. Great Sunday lunch  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Absolute yum. Will become a

    Submitted by mrs boyce on 29. May 2014 - 15:56.

    Absolute yum. Will become a regular in this kitchen, thanks for sharing!

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