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Thai Chicken Soup - adapted from Quirky Cookings cashew satay


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Ingredients

6 portion(s)

Chicken Stock concentrate (from www.quirkycooking.com.au)

  • 300 g chicken raw
  • 300 g mixed chopped vegies, your choice
  • 1 bunch Mixed fresh herbs, your choice
  • 150g rock salt
  • 1 --- bay leaf
  • 50 g white wine
  • 1 clove
  • 5 coriander seeds, whole

Satay Base (from www.quirkycooking.com.au)

  • 130 g raw cashews
  • 6 cloves garlic, peeled
  • 2 inch piece ginger fresh
  • 1 chilli red, or to taste
  • 1 bunch corriander or flat leaf parsley
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 40 g tamari sauce, or soy sauce
  • 40 g rice vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon chicken or vegetable stock concentrate
  • 400 g Coconut Milk or Cream
  • 100 g water
  • 1 finger fresh tumeric

Soup

  • 1 carrot, roughly cut
  • 1 Zuchinni, roughly cut
  • 1/4 cabbage, roughly chopped
  • 1/2 Broccoli Head
  • 250g boneless chicken thighs chopped
  • 1 litre chicken stock, recipe from EDC
  • 1 lemon
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Recipe's preparation

    Chicken Stock Concentrate
  1. Mince raw chicken for 4 sec, speed 10.

    Add vegies and herbs chop for 10 sec, speed 5

    Add rock salt, white wine, bay leaf, clove and coriander seeds.

    Cook for 20 min, varoma temp, speed 2, with the simmering basket on top

    instead of the MC.

    Replace MC and blend for 1 min, speed 10. Go to speed 10 slowly

    so you don't have hot liquid shooting out the top.

    Place into jar and store in fridge.

    Use as you would the veg stock concentrate.

    1 tablespoon replaces 1 stock cube.

     

  2. satay base
  3. Place cashews, garlic, ginger, tumeric, chilli, coriander, olive oil, tamari, rice vinegar, chicken stock concentrate or veg stock concentrate in jug grind for 30 sec on speed 7.

    Add coconut milk and blend on speed 8 for 10 seconds. Cook for 5 min,

    90 degrees, speed 4. 

    When cooked remove from jug.

    No need to wash as you are now going to add the ingredients for the soup.

     

  4. Soup
  5. Add chopped vegies, raw chicken and chicken stock (from EDC) to jug.

    Add as much satay sauce  to achieve the depth of flavour for your taste.

    I usually add about half.

    Cook for 15min, 100 degrees, speed 2, REVERSE.

    Add juice of 1/2 to 1 lemon depending on how juicy they are.

    Taste soup before adding salt.

    If it needs more flavour add more chicken stock concentrate or satay sauce.

    The soup is also delicious with rice noodles or steamed rice added.

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Tip

If you haven't guessed by now I am a huge fan of Jo's from Quirky Cooking. I make this Satay sauce base and turn it into soups, curries or use it as a topping for steamed salmon and vegies. I made this soup for a team meeting and everyone loved it so here it is. Please let me know if there are any problems with the recipe, this is the 1st time I have posted. Enjoy


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  • Tastes great! Easy done just

    Submitted by Monty2003 on 12. June 2014 - 14:37.

    Tastes great! Easy done tmrc_emoticons.-) just one thing though - the 1l of chicken stock from EDC - I couldn't fit the 1l and the satay sauce in the TMX!? Too much liquid. I had to put about 700 ml in to fit the satay sauce in. did undo something wrong?

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  • Yum! I'm going to have to try

    Submitted by Quirky Cooking on 1. August 2012 - 17:17.

    Yum! I'm going to have to try this!! tmrc_emoticons.D

    Glad you enjoyed the original recipe - your variation sounds great!!

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    Author of the Quirky Cooking cookbook

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  • Yum! I'm going to have to try

    Submitted by Quirky Cooking on 1. August 2012 - 17:17.

    Yum! I'm going to have to try this!! tmrc_emoticons.D

    Glad you enjoyed the original recipe - your variation sounds great!!

    Blogger at www.quirkycooking.com.au

    Author of the Quirky Cooking cookbook

    FB: Quirky Cooking

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