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Creamy Chicken Soup

Serve this delicious creamy chicken soup nice and hot.  It's comfy and tasty yet quick and easy to prepare!

Recipe for Creamy Chicken Soup

    • 2 chicken leg, skin removed
    • 3 cups water
    • 3 cups chicken stock
    • 3/4 cup thicken cream
    • 1/3 cup plain flour + some soup to mix
    • Freshly ground black pepper
    • Dried mixed herbs
    • Parsley and seasalt to taste
    1. Marinate the chicken with some seasalt and pepper for an hour.
    2. Bring 3 cups of water to the boil, add in the chicken, cover and simmer till chicken is cooked through.  Remove chicken and let cool. Take out 1/2 cup of the stock to mix with the plain flour to form a paste.
    3. Shred the chicken and set aside.
    4. Add in 3 cups of water into the chicken stock, simmer on medium heat.
    5. Add in a sprinkling of mixed dried herbs and gradually stir in the flour mixture and thicken cream.  Let it simmer for a while.
    6. Toss in the shredded chicken meat, stir and let cook till soup thickens slightly.
    7. Fine tune to desired taste and consistency.
    8. Ladle onto soup bowls, add in some chopped parsley.
    9. Serve immediately.


  1. Hi Cheah, nice soup to serve with toasted bread too. What kind of thick cream are you using? Simple and nice, I'll try.

    1. I can't remember the brand as I made this quite a while back but I bought it from Jusco supermarket.

  2. Looks perfect for a cold and rainy day like today!

  3. i'm learning to make more western soups like this, i know i will like this one too!

    1. If you like Western soup, you'll like this one, Lena!

  4. Cheah, I love your chicken creamy soup. Looks so delicious :)

  5. Mmmmmm...this sounds good...I am sure better than the can ones:)

    1. My other half said this is better than Campbell!

  6. That's a bowl of warmth, comfort and deliciousness!

  7. Cheah,
    I just came form Lena's blog. Was drooling over her pumpkin soup. Now i am drooling over your creamy chicken soup.
    Would like to know can i use culinary cream instead of thicken cream?
    Thanks Cheah:)

    1. Mui Mui, I'm not so sure. It should be a pouring cream. Culinary cream is a fancy name for heavy cream, that's what I found it from Google. I also googled and found this website. Perhaps you can take a look at it.

  8. Cheah,
    Thanks for your advise and information.
    I knew the culinary cream from Anchor dairy products demo. When I saw your creamy chicken soup I thought of that. :)
    Thanks again:)
    mui ..^^

  9. what a comfort chicken creamy soup you have here..

  10. wow, i would love a bowl of this yummy soup, Cheah
    so comforting
    thks for sharing the recipe :)

  11. Dear Cheah,

    I love this kind of creamy chicken soup especially with a few fresh dinner bread rolls! One of my favourite comfort foods.


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