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Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Appetizers | 4 comments

Chicken Corn Soup

chicken corn soup


It is not very good time to have soup in Australia now. But I have craving for soup. So fine raining day I made Chicken Corn Soup. Though I used corn here but in Bangladesh Chinese restaurants they traditionally use corn flour (because corn is not always available). Though I used fresh corn, you can use canned corn. Enjoy Chicken corn soup.

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• 150 grams chicken breast fillet

• 1 corn cob

• 1 egg

• 5 cup chicken stock/ 4 chicken stock cube

• ¼ teaspoon ginger paste

• ½ teaspoon black pepper powder

• 1/8 teaspoon tasting salt

• 1 teaspoon sugar

• 1 teaspoon soya sauce

• 1 tablespoon vinegar

• Salt to taste




chopped corn


How to make:

1. Cut chicken breast into small cube and marinate with ginger, pepper, soya sauce and ½ teaspoon salt.

2. Cut corn cob to take the corn.

3. Heat a sauce pan and cook chicken breast pieces till it changes colour.

4. Add corn and cook 2 minutes: add chicken stock(if you are using chicken stock cube, add 5 cup water and when it comes to boiling point then add chicken stock cube).

5. Whisk the egg and add it with soup. When you are adding egg, stir continuously.

6. Add tasting salt and sugar; check the salt.

7. Serve hot soup with wonton along with chilli sauce, pickled chilli, sweet chilli sauce and tomato sauce.



Rownak loves to cook bangladeshi food and share her bengali recipes on her cooking blog. Rownak is determined to introduce all the authentic bangladeshi cuisine to the world and let everyone realise what they were missing out! She is based on sunny Queensland (Gold Coast) in Australia. Rownak writes for a number of bangladeshi cooking blog.

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  1. yummy…

  2. Hello Sis,

    i am a great fan of you.Thank you very much for posting recipes.I have tried some of n all these came out actual/awesome.

    God bless!

  3. please let me confirm one thing that wt is Talmakhna,is it methi or else?

    • its not methi. talmakhana is bengali word. you can only get from Bd. Thanks.

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