FingerLickingChickenSoup
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FingerLickingChickenSoup

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Serves 2

WARNING:this soup is very tasty there for highly addictive!!!!

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Ingredients

  • noodles (40g)
  • chicken peices (225g)
  • carrots (25g)
  • sweetcorn (25g)
  • mushrooms (25g)
  • doublecream (55ml)
  • chickenstock (1 cube)
  • mixed herbs (to taste)
  • salt and pepper (to taste)
  • milk 1.5tbsp
  • cornflour 0.5tbsp
  • EQUIPTMENT:
  • saucepan (X2)
  • woooden spoon
  • colander
  • knife
  • glass bowl
  • chopping board

Method

    1. cut up mushrooms and carrots into small chunks.
    2. boil water once boiled add in pasta,sweetcorn,mushrooms and carrots and leave to boil.
    3. once boiled drain then leave in the colander.
    4. make your chicken stock. Once made add in the sliced chicken and double cream. Bring to the boil then reduce the heat and let it simmer for 20mins.
    5. once the soup has simmered for 20mins put on a low heat.
    6. in a seperate glass bowl mix together the cornflour and milk until a smooth paste forms. Once the paste is formed stir into the soup.
    7. add the carrots,sweetcorn,mushrooms and pasta into the soup then stir on a low heat. After the soup has been stirred for a minuete or soo it is ready too serve.

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