Chinese Corn Soup

This Chinese corn soup is a perfect and comfort food to have it on a chilly day. A quick and easy soup made within 15 minute. This soup taste just like the one you order in Chinese or Indo- Chinese Restaurants.  It is a very healthy and nutritious soup made with eggs, corn and vegetable or  chicken stock.

Today we are starting with 72nd Edition of Blogging Marathon, for the week 1, I choose to cook 3 "CHINESE DISHES  YOU CAN MAKE AT HOME". Here goes the simple yet delicious Chinese corn soup recipe......


Chicken / Vegetable stock 2 cups
Frozen corn kernels 1/2 cup
Eggs 2 beaten
Black pepper powder 1 spoon
Salt to taste
Corn starch 2 spoons
Water 1/4 cup


In a sauce pan combine vegetable / chicken stock  and corn kernels, bring it to boil. 
In a separate bowl mix  water and corn starch .
Reduce the heat and add the corn starch tot he stock and continue to cook for about 2- 3 minutes or until the mixture thickens.
Slowly add the beaten eggs while stirring the soup.
Also add salt and pepper to taste.
Serve and enjoy while it is hot.

Check to see what my fellow bloggers are cooking for BM 72.


Unknown said…
Perfect for this chilled weather nice one.
Priya Suresh said…
Such a comforting bowl of soup, feel like finishing that bowl.
Jayashree said…
Soups are a great way to beat this weather. Nice recipe.
Srivalli said…
Seems like a perfect soup to indulge!...
It sure is a perfect soup for this winter weather. Looks yummy.
Pavani said…
Lovely Chinese soup perfect for this time of the year.
R said…
I love this soup, looks delicious.
Archana said…
Delicious and perfect for this weather.
Lovely all time favourite soup .
Padmajha said…
Looks like the perfect soup for this time of the year...
Comforting soup for the cold days :)
Harini R said…
Comforting for egg lovers.
Nice and warm soup for cold winter days.
preeti garg said…
Love this soup.. perfect for winter

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