• Thai Ginger-Cilantro Soup Recipe

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    Thai Ginger-Cilantro Chicken Soup

    By: Dailande

    Recipe Serving(s): 8

    Here is a Soup recipe full of flavor that will have your taste buds dancing. I decided to share and remix this a little but I love the recipe. This recipe is for those wanting variety in your foods that are still healthy but more importantly, helps you to achieve your desired goals.

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    Ingredients:

    1 Whole yellow onion

    1 large red sweet pepper

    1 large yellow sweet pepper

    2-3 Large carrots

    1 sprig of scallion (optional)

    1 Tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil/Vegetable Oil

    1 can unsweetened coconut milk

    Optional: ¼ box of whole wheat linguine (optional, note if you add the linguine cook the pasta separately and add once soup is completed. This can make your soup hearty and filling as well as thick)

    2 Tablespoon fresh-squeezed lemon juice

    1 Tablespoon fresh chopped cilantro

    1 Tablespoon red pepper flakes

    2 stripped slice chicken breast (large)

    1 (32oz) bottle of Thai Ginger Broth (note: Use half of the broth and 2 cups of water if you don’t want too much of the Thai ginger taste in your soup)

    1 Tablespoon finely grated garlic cloves

    DIRECTIONS to prepare ingredients:

    Prepare all ingredients- Corn on the Cobb, Slice the corn off the cob

    Red and yellow peppers –

    I used smaller peppers but 1 of each large ones will do as well. Slice them into long strips.

    Onions – Slice 1 whole onion desire

    Parsley and Scallion – Chop 1 Tablespoon of parsley and 1 whole scallion (scallion is optional)

    Celery – Dice 4 celery sticks into small squares (optional, feel free to add any vegetable as desired)

    Lemon – 1 Lemon Slice in half and squeeze juice to make 1 tablespoon, measure accordingly.


    DIRECTIONS:

    1.  Slice up the chicken breast into long strips. Clean with 2 lime and 1 cup of water for 2 mins, then drain and rinse. Season chicken with (2 teaspoon of each) Mrs. Dash, black pepper, onion powder and garlic powder to taste.

    2.  Heat up the oil in a pan over medium-hot heat and add chicken to cook until golden on both sides, about 10 mins. Then remove and set aside.

    3.  In the same pan you just cooked the chicken add the following ingredients:

    1 Whole yellow onion

    1 large red sweet pepper

    1 large yellow sweet pepper

    2-3 Large carrots

    1 sprig of scallion (optional)

    1 Tablespoon finely grated garlic cloves

    Cook until roasted and vegetable are tender, (7 mins)

    4.  Add ½ bottle of Thai Ginger Broth and 2 cups of water in the pan of vegetables.

    Bring to a boil before continuin

    5. Reduced heat to medium/low heat. Add Cooked chicken breast

    (FYI: If you like you can add the thin noodles to your soup, otherwise leave it out)

    6. Add 1 can of coconut milk and stir well and let cook for 15 mins, until chicken is cooked through fully.

    7. Once the chicken is cooked through, stir in cilantro and fresh lemon juice and mix well.

    Serve as desired and Bon Appetite!!!

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