Chicken Ginger Magic!

About a week ago now, I created a secret soup recipe based on one of our favorite Thai restaurants. By using taste and smell, I have refined my version to taste just like the restaurant’s! Its called chicken ginger soup! {although I call mine fake chicken ginger soup because I don’t use cubes of chicken in mine!} THE SECRET HAS BEEN REVEALED!!

Ok, here’s what you need: chicken broth, cilantro, parsley, water, rice or noodles, and ginger (of course!). And then the spices: onion, garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes.

Now, LET’S GET COOKING! First things first – start cooking the rice. Then finely chop some cilantro, parsley {as much to your liking}, and ginger about as big as your pinky finger then add about two teaspoons of onion powder and 1 teaspoon of garlic. TOSS EM’ IN THAT POT!!!! Once the rice is cooked, add some to the pot so they can soak up all of the fancy shmacy juices and add the chicken broth. Finally, SERVE IT UP!!!!!

If you have any suggestions on  how to make it better just say the word down below.

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About a week ago now, I created a secret soup recipe based on one of our favorite Thai restaurants. By using taste and smell, I have refined my version to taste just like the restaurant’s! Its called chicken ginger soup! {although I call mine fake chicken ginger soup because I don’t use cubes of chicken in mine!} THE SECRET HAS BEEN REVEALED!!

Ok, here’s what you need: chicken broth, cilantro, parsley, water, rice or noodles, and ginger (of course!). And then the spices: onion, garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes.

Now, LET’S GET COOKING! First things first – start cooking the rice. Then finely chop some cilantro, parsley {as much to your liking}, and ginger about as big as your pinky finger then add about two teaspoons of onion powder and 1 teaspoon of garlic. TOSS EM’ IN THAT POT!!!! Once the rice is cooked, add some to the pot so they can soak up all of the fancy shmacy juices and add the chicken broth. Finally, SERVE IT UP!!!!! If you have any suggestions on  how to make it better just say the word down below.

 

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