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made this a few times. It's very yummy. I always add sesame oil and sometimes a dash of soy or ginger depending on what I feel like. Sometimes I also add raw grated carrot into the bowls upon serving. I have also used it as a base for just using chicken legs or thigh fillets. thanks for posting

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canthelpmyself October 26, 2008

Soup turned out very tasty! This makes a lot of stock with four liters of water so I saved some stock for later use and used two cans of cream corn and one can of whole corn. I also added some fresh grated ginger, some soy sauce, a splash of mirin and a touch of toasted sesame oil. Thanks for the recipe!

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jedi master in training August 18, 2006

"I'm in heaven", is the response I received from my honey when I cooked this. We were looking for something close to the "real thing" and this is sooo... close. Awesome!!!! Thanks!

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Naturalcook August 28, 2004

I made this for Friday dinner . Not really that much work . We dont have creamed corn in Israel so I put a can of corn in the blender . Our can sizes are different too , but the soup was very tasty , even better the next day .

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Kinneret June 06, 2004

Delicious! I made half the recipe using half a cooked roast chicken from the night before and it turned out great. Next time might try it with a splash of sesame oil as well.

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Peter J December 19, 2012
Chinese Chicken and Corn Soup