Chicken Hot Pot Noodle Soup


After a long hiatus I have come back with a simple recipe. It is easy, cheap, un-orthodox, healthy and quick. It fits right into a busy schedule which I have had lately. I have made the non-veg version but you can use anything you want- mushrooms, cottage cheese or just the veg items I have used in my recipe here. As I have mentioned it is very healthy and I have included cabbage and chicken health benefits here. 🙂

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Ingredients

  1. Noodles: 50gms
  2. Diced Chicken: 50 grams
  3. Chopped Cabbage: 25gms
  4. Chopped Cauliflower: 25gms
  5. Chopped Beans: 25gms
  6. Chopped Carrots: 25gms
  7. Chopped Onion:1
  8. Chopped Garlic: 5 pods (You may crush the garlic instead if you like)
  9. Salt: According to taste
  10. Black pepper: According to taste
  11. Soy sauce
  12. Vinegar
  13. Chili sauce

Procedure

  1. Heat 1 spoon of oil in a cooker
  2. Add the chopped onion to the oil and sauté it
  3. Add the garlic
  4. Add the diced chicken and fry it for 5 minutes
  5. Add the vegetables to the cooker : Cauliflower , Cabbage , Carrots , Beans
  6. Add 600 ml of water to the cooker
  7. Add salt and pepper to the same
  8. Close the cooker with the lid.
  9. Wait for the cooker to whistle(alert) twice
  10. While you are waiting boil the noodles separately for 5 mins in water sufficient to soak the noodles completely.
  11. Switch off the stove then and let the cooker cool.
  12. Add the boiled noodles to the soup in the cooker and stir to mix the noodles well.
  13. Serve the hot pot in a soup bowl along with chop sticks for the noodles and soup spoon for the soup.
  14. Add soy sauce, vinegar, chili sauce according to your taste
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