Lime soup is a traditional dish from the Mexican state of Yucatan, which is made of chicken or some other meat such as pork or beef, lime juice and served with tortilla chips.
Tinola is a ginger based soup dish with chicken served as an appetizer or main entrée in the Philippines.
Khow Suey is a delicious noodle dish from Burma made with egg noodles, curried chicken and coconut milk. Served with a variety of condiments, each spoon full of soup you eat will be bursting with flavours! Khow Suey is probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Burmese cuisine.
This hearty chicken soup with a Mexican flavour is loaded with chicken, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, and zucchini. To save time, use cooked rotisserie chicken from the market or your own leftover chicken.
Khao Tom is a simple and easy dish to prepare, especially if you use leftover rice that you might happen to have in the fridge. It’s like rice porridge, cooked with pork or chicken, seasoned with fish sauce and served with egg and sliced chillies.
This is a popular chicken soup dish which is primarily flavoured using preserved lemons. Its slight tangy flavour makes it a delicious dish.
Whatever the origin, this dish is delicious and easy to make (once you’ve made your red curry paste). The recipe is traditional made with beef, though we’ve used chicken here.
This simple Thai chicken coconut soup or Tom Kha Kai has that distinctive Thai flavour a balance of spicy, salty, sweet and sour. Tom Kha Kai is a great first course for any Thai curry or served as a main course – The aroma is wonderful.
Canja de galinha, or simply canja, is a popular chicken soup of Portuguese, Cape Verdean, and Brazilian cuisine. The basic ingredients include chicken, rice or massa pevide. Common flavouring ingredients are olive oil, mint, salt and pepper.
Rosół is a traditional Polish meat broth. The most popular variety is rosół z kury, or clear chicken soup. It is commonly served with fine noodles.
The soup is typically served with table cream, capers and avocado all mixed in just before eating in the proportions each individual prefers. Ajiaco is so heavy that it is usually considered a full meal. In Colombian cuisine, this is the most representative dish of Bogotá.