Sweet Corn Egg Drop Soup

Sweet corn and beaten eggs together in a soup, light and warm soup for winter…

When it’s freezing cold outside, you gotta sip a warm soup. One of my favorite soups is sweet corn chicken soup, this is a popular soup in Indo-Chinese cuisine.

I’ve made this soup with chicken and shrimp as well. This time, I made the soup with just sweet corn and eggs. Light and delicious soup that will comfort you on a freezing cold day or any day.

Recipe for making Sweet corn chicken soup, click here.

Recipe for making Sweet corn shrimp soup, click here.

Cooking Video for Sweet Corn Chicken soup:

Sweet Corn Egg Drop Soup
 
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Recipe type: Soup
Cuisine: IndoChinese
Ingredients
  • Chicken stock or Vegetable stock, homemade or store brought- 4½ cups (or add 2 chicken bouillon cube to 4½ cups water)
  • Cream style sweet corn, canned- 1 can (400 ml)
  • Eggs, beaten-2
  • Soy sauce- 2 tbsp
  • Rice Vinegar- 1½ tbsp (optional)
  • Ground pepper- ½ to ¾ tsp
  • Green onions, chopped- 2 stalks
  • Cilantro, chopped- 2 handfuls
  • Corn Starch, dissolved in water- 3 tbsp dissolved in 3 tbsp cold water
  • Sesame oil- 1 tsp
Instructions
  1. Either use chicken stock or vegetable stock or add 2 chicken bouillon cubes to 4½ cups water.
  2. Heat up the stock taken in a large pot.
  3. Add cream style sweet corn (or coarsely grind the corn kernels in a blender) into the stock, let cook for 3 to 4 minutes.
  4. Add soy sauce and rice vinegar, combine well.
  5. Beat the eggs well in a bowl.
  6. Let the soup come to a rolling boil. Slowly pour the beaten eggs and keep stirring- pouring and stirring should happen simultaneously, otherwise egg will turn into lumps. Keep stirring till beautiful threads are formed.
  7. Cook for 2 minutes.
  8. Add green onions and cilantro, combine well.
  9. Add ground pepper and salt-if required.
  10. Add corn starch dissolved in cold water, keep stirring till soup has thickened.
  11. Finally, add 1 tsp sesame oil, combine well.
  12. Remove the pot from the heat, serve on soup bowls and enjoy the warm soup.
  13. You could sprinkle some ground pepper while serving.

 

 

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