Thai Chicken Cabbage Soup Recipe
This is a low-fat, low-cal soup that's incredibly filling and delicious. I eat this at least once a week! I don't know how it tastes cold, though. Don't be afraid to vary the proportions of various foods on your own!
This was pretty good...my first time trying anything with leeks! I think it tastes best with half regular green cabbage and half Chinese napa cabbage. I used at least 2 tablespoons of chile sauce, which I added just after the noodles. I may cut back on the amount of noodles next time because after a day or two they absorbed all the juice. I'll continue making this recipe from time to time. **UPDATE** It's been a couple of years since I made this soup and now I've tried it again and made additional discoveries. First, if you're using spicy garlic sauce, two teaspoons will suffice and add 1 tablespoon of brown sugar. If you're using sweet garlic sauce, use 1 tablespoon and add a dash or two cayenne pepper. Secondly, to avoid loosing all the broth to the noodles, cook the noodles separately, then add them to the soup after the cabbage is just about tender, plus an additional cup of broth and 1 cup of water. Trust me; you'll love it!
I love this soup. I added salt and pepper to taste, cooked the cabbage for five minutes before adding the noodles, and I left the lid on as much as I could to prevent evaporation of the broth. I'm not quite sure if I used the correct Thai chili sauce, but Sriracha tastes amazing on top of this soup!
I love this recipe. I didn't have leeks so I used onions. Next time I'll try leeks to see if it changes the taste much. I used 3/4 head of cabbage because a whole one seemed like too much. I also added a few cloves of garlic. Yum!
This is a low budget, quick and easy variation of hot and sour soup. The chicken and cabbage are added to make this yummy soup more filling.
Best chicken soup I've ever made. I didn't add the Thai spices and I used a pkg of Ramen noodles instead of egg noodles because my pot was not big enough. I will definitely make this again and maybe try to get a bigger pot.
This was great. I wasn't sure how my kids would do with the ginger, but they ate it very well. It was perfect.
This tried-and-true recipe for low-carb chicken soup with cabbage and carrots offers the cure for winter evenings: comfort in a warm bowl.