Perfectly seasoned chicken shredded and simmered with crispy veggies in delicious, spicy and sour broth
Hungry? Nothing soothes like a bowl of spicy and steaming warm Chicken Manchow Soup. For those who follow a balanced diet, the spice-and-vegetable-filled soup is a healthy treat. This soup also does the taste buds justice for those who only praise the flavour. This delicious dish can be quickly prepared in the kitchen using readily available ingredients. It is made with the seasonal and freshest veggies of one’s choice and is crowned with crispy-fried noodles and Chinese dressings. The richly dominant flavours of ginger and garlic in this non-vegetarian manchow soup make it perfect for boosting your mood.
Manchow Soup is a dark-brown coloured, sour and spicy broth, which can be vegetarian or nonvegetarian as well. Chow, in Indo-Chinese, refers to noodles, hence they are consumed happily with them. The origin of Manchow Soup is Meghalaya. Manchuria, the North East Asian name for this incredibly filling soup, which alludes to Manchurian, comes from India. However, the two dishes are poles apart. The famous Indo-Chinese delicacy is widely served in both local street stalls and luxurious hotels around the world.
Prep time – 1 hour
Cooking time – 40 minutes
Serving – 4 bowls
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Serve and enjoy!
The nutritional fibre in the veggies keeps the bowels functioning normally. This delightful broth strengthens immunity, improves metabolism, moisturises the body and gives energy all day. So, reap the advantages of Chicken Manchow Soup with this recipe. This hot and spicy soup can be the ideal accompaniment to your Hakka noodles and fried rice.