Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup
January 02nd, 2013 17 Comments

Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup

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Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup


Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

Serves 1


8 oz fresh noodles
2 cloves garlic, finely minced
1 tablespoon oil
1 1/2 cups store-bought or homemade chicken broth
1/2 cup water
4 fresh shiitake mushrooms, sliced
4 slices carrot
4 baby bok choy
1 dash white pepper
Salt to taste
4 oz chicken, boiled, cooked, and hand-shredded into pieces


Prepare your noodles first by boiling the noodles al dente. Rinse the noodles with running water, drain and set aside.

Prepare the garlic oil by stir-frying the garlic in the oil until they turn light to golden brown. Set aside.

Prepare the broth by bringing the chicken broth and water to boil. Add the mushrooms, carrot, baby bok choy, white pepper, and salt to taste. Once they are cooked, turn off the heat.

To serve, add the noodles in a bowl, and top with the shredded chicken on top. Ladle the soup on top of the noodles and top with the garlic oil. Serve immediately. If you like, you can serve it with cut red chilies in soy sauce.

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17 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Wow, this looks really good. I will surely be making this soon. Thank you for the recipe.

  2. Debra H says:

    Very nice! Made it tonight, really enjoyed the garlic oil. Added a drop of sesame oil as well. Thank you!

  3. Jayne says:

    I made something so similar to this last night, except I added a bit of miso paste in my broth and used fu pei (stuffed beancurd skin) that I got from Ipoh. Love noodle soup.

  4. Foodjunkie says:

    Sounds yummy Bee. What type of noodles do you recommend for this soup?

    • says:

      you could use rice noodle or dried chinese egg noodles, I also like alittle heat to my food A 1/4 tsp of peruvian Inca Aji yellow pepper paste( available in latin markets or Amazon) would give this dish a nice kick.

  5. This dish has restorative powers! Love noodle soups! I have some chicken stock in the freezer so will be making this soon…

  6. Kelly says:

    Great dish to start the new year with! Generally if I cook a pot of Chicken soup, I’ll always throw in some noodles and extra veges to make noodles soup. It’s the ultimate healing food!

  7. BrianLee says:

    The soup is good for my mom bcoz she’s been coughing lately but is too bland for my grandma. Got any other suggestion?

  8. BeoBum says:

    I made this using what I had on hand, that is substituting spinach for bok choi, and just simple ramen noodles, otherwise as per recipe. Delicious! The garlic oil adds an amazing taste and textural element. I used serrano green chilis thinly sliced in soy sauce, hot and spicy and quite good. An excellent chicken soup recipe that’s something different from the standard American fare. Great when you are recovering from a cold.

  9. Lucy says:

    Do you add the chilies to marinate in the soy sauce? Or add the whole soy sauce chili mix to soup? Yum!

  10. nice chinese noodle, looks delicious, I often add a little vinegar before eating noodle.

  11. Yum. This soup looks great. I love noodles and I love soup. Thanks for the recipe. :)

  12. Cheryl W. says:

    Gorgeous picture! Definitely going to try this soup recipe. Thanks

  13. Hanim B says:

    Hi Bee, this is exactly a recipe that I’m looking for. Thank you for posting it!

    BTW, I just saw you yesterday in House Hunters..

  14. Sherry in Union, KY says:

    Simple and delicious. I used soba noodles and grilled the chicken rather than boiling it. Thanks for the recipe, Bee!

  15. oniey says:

    Where can I get the white noodles. Am selecting various recipes for my father. Do you know/have the recipe on how to make simple noodles. The yellow noodles in the market is unhealthy for my father.

    Thank you.

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