Chilean chicken soup recipe
- Cuisine: South American
- Prep Time: 40 min(s)
- Cook Time: 3 hr(s) 15 min(s)
- Serves 4
This Chilean chicken soup can be eaten by the whole family, including toddlers who need mashed dishes. The healthy, filling and nutritive ingredients make this a complete meal. Even though it is a soup, its richness makes it a main dish.
Ingredients1 cup butter beans
1½kg chicken, skinned
3 corn cobs, cut into kernels
2 bunches celery
Parmesan cheese, to taste
Croutons, to taste
PreparationSoak the butter beans overnight.
Boil the chicken for 2½ hours in water. When cooked, remove the chicken carcass, and keep the liquid.
Cut all the vegetables into 1½ cm pieces. Boil the vegetables and the beans for 45 minutes in the same water in which you boiled the chicken.
When the vegetables have cooked, the consistency should be thick.
Chop the cooked chicken into little pieces and add to the vegetables. Top with parmesan cheese and croutons.
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