Chicken and corn go together so well it is only natural they make a great soup too. Try these recipes which all have their own spin on the combination.
Slow cooked chicken with corn, tinned tomatoes, chillies, coriander and garlic, simmered all day in chicken stock and enchilada sauce makes a easy and tasty soup.
Chinese chicken and corn soup as good as you can get at the restaurant! This makes enough to feed ten.
A great use for leftover cooked chicken is Chinese chicken and sweetcorn soup. Super easy to make and just delicious.
This dumpling soup is made with fresh corn and stock from the whole chicken, seasoned with nutmeg and flecked with hard boiled egg. Garnish with chopped fresh parsley.
You'll love this chicken and corn soup plus it's a good way to make use of leftover roast chicken. You can use sweet sherry if you don't have the Chinese cooking wine.
Great chicken soup with a variety of texture and flavours from barley, carrots, corn and onion. Serve with warm bread.
Capsicum, corn and broccolini add some colour and texture to a basic chicken soup. It is brightened with a dash of sherry.
This is a simplified version of the Asian soup recipe. It is quite thick and chunky so even the hubby likes this one.
This is my favourite chicken and corn soup recipe. It's a little more difficult to make than other recipes, but it's worth it!
This tasty soup has chicken breast, ginger, sherry, stock, creamed corn, egg whites, oil and a diced spring onion. By adding cornflour you get a thicker soup.