Whipping up something quick for brunch that’s also light and healthy as I’m heading to the spa later. This Chicken Miso Soup with Macaroni is super easy to make. You can use leftover chicken soup or store-bought chicken stock to make the broth.
I highly recommend that you use soup or stock that’s lightly seasoned and/or low in sodium because with the addition of miso paste, it can get really salty.
Chicken Miso Soup – A Healthy Bowl of Hearty Goodness
I went crazy with the fresh corn kernels, haha. But I just loved that sweetness and crunch. Everything just tasted light and clean. Really a good meal to make for the family especially if you’ve been feasting out too much recently.
Enjoy this recipe!
- 800ml chicken stock
- 1 1/2 tbsp miso paste
- 150g macaroni, cooked according to packet instructions
- 2 chicken drumsticks, steamed till cooked through, reserve the liquid
- Chinese spinach, slice into 1 1/2 inch section & blanched
- corn kernels from 1 steamed corn cob
- 2 hard boiled eggs, halved
- chopped spring onions as garnish (optional)
Note of the day
Going on a hiatus is pretty good especially during times when you feel you’re reaching saturation point. I was gone for quite some time but it actually allowed me to take a break. I managed to endeavour new things that I didn’t think I can ever accomplish.
It had been a slow journey but I feel more free and less painful now. Even J commented last night that I had shown great improvement. All thanks to L and DM. 🙂
Taking time away from my blog had given me ample chances to revisit many of my favourite restaurants (without the need to ‘work’) and appreciate real company and good food without technology interference, haha. Those of you who are always on your mobile, tablet and laptop, you know what I mean. 😆
I probably won’t be blogging as often as before even though I will still be creating new recipes and hunting down good food in Singapore or when I travel. There will be a shift of focus as I’m going to feature more on recipes with a strong emphasis on easy and healthy home-cooking, which is what I will always advocate. 😉