There are many soup recipes I am seeing these days because of the weather. I mean, who doesn’t love a good bowl of hot, comforting soup?
I don’t make soup that much, but I don’t mind having soup anytime of the year. As long as I am in the mood for soup, I’ll go for it.
I love having different kinds of soup, but I love the creamy ones the most. Guess I’d never part with cream, eh? I have seen this video from YouTube long time back and I was glued. First, I love corn soups. Second, she is so cute and I love her stuffs. 😀
I don’t know why I haven’t made this earlier. Maybe I was too busy being hyper and was not able to bend my likeness for sweets… because, my friends, this is a vegetarian soup. I think the word VEGETARIAN was a big deal to me. Oh, don’t think I am going there – it’s not happening… not yet. In the future? Hmmm, let’s see. Jhuls as a vegetarian? It’s too much to process. 😀
Meanwhile, enjoy this soup and I hope you will love it as much I did.
JAPANESE STYLE CORN SOUP Recipe
- 1 large can cream style corn
- Soy milk, measure it using the can of cream style corn
- 1/2 cube or 1/2 tsp. vegetable bouillon
- Salt & pepper, to taste
- Parsley flakes
- Put cream style corn in a pot. Using the can of the cream style corn, measure the soy milk and add to the pot. Add the vegetable cube.
- In a medium heat, stir constantly until hot. Season with salt and pepper according to your taste.
- Serve in a dish. Sprinkle with parsley flakes and slice of bread.
- If you don’t want the skins of the corn, you can strain it before putting it to the pot.
- You can also use chicken cubes for this.
- This soup is creamy, if you opt for not-so-creamy one, you can cut the soy milk into half and replace with water.
- Full-cream milk can also be used.
I really love this soup – it’s creamy and the combination of soy milk and cream style corn is just so good. And with slice of bread – even better. 😉
I hope you enjoy this and happy partying!
I am sharing this with my friends for the Fiesta Friday event tomorrow, hosted by the amazing A. 😀
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