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Deb's 10 Minute Asian Style Soup


Olive Oil spray

2 chicken fillets (ideally precooked and thawed but you can cook it fresh or alternatively you can use left over chicken.)

1 spring onion

2 Massel chicken stock cubes

1 carrot

3 broccoli stalks

1 cauliflower centre stalk

1 stick celery

1 handful of beans

1 packet of mini Dim Sims or Pork Dumplings

1/3 packet of organic Udon noodles (or Golden Hokkein Noodles)

Optional Bok Choy

1 chilli mild

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  1. Chop chicken into small pieces suitable for a soup

  2. If chicken is uncooked spray saucepan with olive oil spray

  3. Add chicken and cook for two minutes

  4. Add water and two chicken stock cubes, stirring until chicken stock cubes have dissolved

  5. Add Pork Dumplings (or Wontons) and cook for three minutes

  6. Meanwhile chop up all vegetables.

  7. Add vegetables to soup along with Udon noodles.

  8. Cook for another five minutes or until vegetables are still slightly crunchy.

  9. Dice spring onion finely and add in the last minute of cooking along with bok choy and chilli for a more authentic Asian meal.

​Serve immediately

HINT: To make it easier I keep lots of two cooked chicken fillets frozen and wrapped in the freezer so I can have a soup or stir fry prepared in the time it takes for the noodles to cook (5-10 minutes.)


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